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Members of the World Economic Forum Global Future Council on Geopolitics discuss the biggest impact technology will have on geopolitics in the coming year.
All that these technologies need to start transforming our cities is regulatory approval. Are we on the verge of a Blade Runner-style future?
Nanodiamonds can be used as an alternative to existing microscopic markers helping scientists research celluar diseases, like cancer.
Digital technology is being harnessed to improve both accessibility and safety for the 131 million wheelchair users worldwide.
On this week's Radio Davos, we learn about a platform that is helping entrepreneurs around the globe scale their ideas to solve the world's challenges.
It is crucial that Europe looks beyond its own shores for lessons in how to adapt and innovate quickly.
Contrary to popular fears regarding mass unemployment, the World Economic Forum predicts that automation will result in a net increase of 58 million jobs.
In the US, the first 3D-printed homes are being built, including a project in Texas to build affordable housing to help tackle shortages and homelessness.
As climate change causes more extreme weather conditions, access to village-level drought updates and advice from 'myAnga' app supports Kenya's herders.
Scientific evidence based on the Eurasian reed warbler may further explain birds' abilities to navigate home from locations they have never been to before.
The robot has several design innovations such as 360-degree directional control, the ability to carry cargo and a range of sensors for remote observation.
Medecins Sans Frontieres-France provides compressive masks for Gaza facial burn victims, to help healing and prepare them for reconstruction surgery.
Five changes made to higher education during COVID-19 will be beneficial afterwards, according to an expert, including more creative assessment methods.
Researchers looked at Japan's adoption of industrial robots and found, contrary to previous studies, they could expand employment and increase wages.
Road salt is not only expensive but can also damage roads and harm the environment. Scientists are working on a new compound inspired by nature.