To become more involved in design and development processes, organizations need to build a strong AI governance model that enables trust and confidence.
Russia’s devastating attack has stirred calls to muster a Marshall Plan for Ukraine, in reference to the US-funded rehabilitation of western Europe that began not long after Adolf Hitler’...
The IMF's Chart of the Week shows widespread declines in inflation-adjusted housing prices for two-thirds of OECD countries, with Denmark leading the pack.
International law is failing to protect climate migrants, and the Refugee Convention of 1951 must be amended to address this, argues a PhD Candidate in Law.
Deglobalization is not happening, says the DHL Global Connectedness Index. Instead, there is talk of re-globalization – a reform of globalization.
The World Bank was founded in 1944 and its aim is to reduce poverty around the world. It does this by lending to member countries at low interest rates.
Korea's Digital Platform Government aims to overcome the limitations of existing public operations by making use of technologies like AI and the cloud.
This year's Davos meeting will facilitate dialogue on the governance of ecological and digital transitions facing humanity.
Corruption will exacerbate the current food, energy and environmental crises, and undermine post-conflict recovery. We must prioritize good governance
Efforts to pilfer and destroy Ukrainian cultural heritage underline the importance of an international treaty on safeguarding heritage sealed after World War II.
Global employee demands for more action in social, environmental and humanity areas require companies to respond in order to regain their trust, says expert.
Without connectivity people miss out on access to education, jobs and social activities, while micro-, small- and medium-enterprises lose their competitive edge.