World Economic Forum Annual Meeting

15–19 January 2024

Digital Members Programme

Don't miss a thing at the Annual Meeting 2024

As a Premium or Pro Digital Member, you'll get access to an exclusive virtual programme that gives you an inside view of the discussions within the Congress Center in Davos. You'll also be able to access exclusive commentary interviews and debates with leading experts responding to the plenary keynote speeches and panels.


Here’s a sneak peek of the virtual programme

Horizon Scan: Moving Past the Frontiers of AI
16 January, 09:00 – 09:30 CET

Over a year ago, generative AI started making headlines. As we move to implementing the technology, what are the key reflections and the emerging capabilities that will shape the future?

Joyeeta Gupta, Professor of Environment and Development in the Global South at the University of Amsterdam and recipient of the Spinoza Prize 2023, shares her insights on the key challenges and opportunities leaders and decision-makers should focus on in the year ahead on stabilizing planetary boundaries.

The First Fossil-Free Ship on the Water
17 January, 08:30 - 09:00 CET

With steel-making up to 75%-85% of a vessel by weight, the shipbuilding industry is a significant demand player for global steel. At the same time, the movement to transition to zero-emission fuels is gaining ground for a fully decarbonized fleet. What does it take to build the first fossil-free ship, both from a steel and fuel perspective?

Innovation for Freshwater Conservation
17 January, 10:30 - 11:00 CET

Between 2-3 billion people experience water shortages for at least one month a year, with severe risks to livelihoods, notably through food security and access to electricity. Join the Top Innovators of the UpLink Zero Water Waste Challenge, announced by Roshni Nadar Malhotra, Chairperson of HCLTech India, in this session to explore scalable solutions for the global water crisis.

Feeding the World with Small-Scale Producers
17 January, 15:00 – 15:30 CET

Smallholder farms and fisheries can play a critical role in global food security, yet scaling collaboration with multinationals and governments presents challenges. Join this session to learn how two UpLink top Innovators are addressing this, revealing the untapped potential of working with small-scale food producers in India and South Africa at scale.

AI holds immense potential for driving transformation within the energy sector, with the capacity to greatly enhance operational efficiencies and revolutionize the energy transition. In this session experts share insights and practical strategies for harnessing the power of AI to drive innovation and sustainability in the energy and materials industries.

Shaktikanta Das, Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, shares his insights on the key challenges and opportunities leaders and decision-makers should focus on in the year ahead, including monetary policy.

Boosting Circular Innovation
18 January, 16:00 -16:30 CET

Scaling circular economy innovation demands novel ways of radical collaboration between trail-blazing start-ups and ambitious industry leaders. Explore this journey with Eco Panplas, an innovator recycling contaminated plastic without a single drop of water, and Ecolab, a world-leading, water-solutions provider.

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