Ceri Parker is an Associate Director, Commissioning Editor of the Agenda at the World Economic Forum.
La línea entre la poesía y las letras de canciones es muy delgada, y ambas siempre se han entrelazado, desde la época de las baladas medievales hasta la actualidad.
The divide between poetry and lyric-writing is a thin one at best, and the two have always been intertwined, from medieval ballads to the present day.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution raises some profound ethical questions about the kind of world we want to live in.
We can build cities and robots, we can land a probe on a meteor and mull the colonization of Mars - but can we understand the kilogram or so of grey matter that sits between our ears?
Must-read perspectives on what's ailing global politics.
The Large Hadron Collider is colder than outer space, 95% of the universe is unknown and other surprising facts about CERN's ambitious experiments.
The IMF has revised its outlook for global economic growth slightly downwards for 2016 and 2017 in the wake of Brexit, the first major indication of the toll that the uncertainty stirred ...
Ahead of our meeting in China, which focusses on science and technology, we’re publishing a series of interviews with 10 inspiring female scientists: from young researchers starting out i...
The World Economic Forum has commissioned Brian Bilston, the “unofficial Poet Laureate of Twitter”, to write a series of four poems on the theme of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, shared his thoughts on how to foster innovation at work, the importance of happiness, and the job he would most hate to do.
A “hyperloop” transport system that could one day propel people through giant tubes at 750mph, a brainchild of the prolific pioneer Elon Musk, has undergone its first test in the Nevada d...
Leadership advice from some of Shakespeare's most famous – and infamous – of characters.
Christine Lagarde walked out of a job interview; Drew Faust ignored her mother's advice.
Over 100 years after women first gained suffrage, and progress towards workplace gender parity is still too slow. How can we speed it up?
Nothing says I love you like an arbitrarily fixed number of uniformly coloured flowers wrapped in cellophane and sold at a 50% price premium. Right?