Highlights of day 1 of Davos 2016:
The Canadian Opportunity. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses Davos.
What's next for China's economy? With Christine Lagarde.
How will our lives be changed by the Fourth Industrial Revolution? With Sheryl Sandberg, Paul Kagame and Satya Nadella.
How will businesses be changed by new technologies? With Meg Whitman and Marc Benioff.
How will rapid technological change revolutionize work? With Erik Brynjolfsson and Christopher Pissarides.
What's the future of financial services? With Gillian Tett and Christine Lagarde.
Welcome to the first day of Davos 2016. Our live blog will keep you up-to-date on all of the key developments from the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting.
Al Gore is speaking now in Around the World without Fuel or Fear.
Some more background on the Fourth Industrial Revolution - the theme of our Annual Meeting in Davos:
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg this morning:
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde speaking in Davos a short time ago:
We have a busy few hours coming up now - sessions on technology revolutionizing work and the Chinese economy start in a few minutes. And then in an hour we have our live Facebook interview with John Green as well as an address from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. You can follow it all here on the Davos live blog.
Kevin Spacey is attending Davos, and has been speaking about the impact of technology on jobs:
Panelists in the session A World Without Work? are discussing the impact technology will have on workers:
You can read more about the idea of a basic income in this blog.
Our live Facebook interview with John Green is underway.
The climate crisis is a theme running through many Davos sessions. Our blog 5 videos that reveal the human impact on Earth shows how the effects of climate change can be readily seen across the globe.
The Open Forum session From Migration to Integration has been looking at how best we can integrate refugees into our communities:
US Vice-President Joe Biden has been speaking about the economic impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution: