06—07 April 2021
The Global Technology Governance Summit (GTGS) aims to be the foremost global multistakeholder gathering dedicated to ensuring the responsible design and deployment of emerging technologies through public-private collaboration.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Technology Governance Summit explored how to ensure that a tech-driven future benefits everyone and drives COVID-19's recovery.
Governments, academia, business, and civil society from 125 countries attended the Global Technology Governance Summit. Radio Davos has the highlights.
Previously, bones that needed replacing would firstly need to be built in a laboratory. New technology means that, soon, it will be possible to ‘print’ bone tissue inside the body.
The CEO of Verizon, shares how he sharpens his leadership skills, why he charts his time, and why he's dedicated his life to bridging connectivity gaps.
Drones provide a potential avenue for ensuring that everyone, no matter where they live, has access to high quality healthcare.
How Japan is solving transportation problems for its rural and increasingly elderly population offers a model for other countries and their ageing citizens
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić told the Global Technology Governance Summit that a shift to e-government had already saved 180 million sheets of A4.
Better protection frameworks for data collection and sharing are needed. A new report from Data for Common Purpose Initiative identifies key enablers.
Automation expand in multiple industries, and although concerns remain about its impact on workforces, its impact on telecoms could be significant.
Members of the World Economic Forum Global Future Council on Geopolitics discuss the biggest impact technology will have on geopolitics in the coming year.
Global tax policy on digital services has to be multilateral - and more carrot than stick, Zoom's Josh Kallmer told the Global Technology Governance Summit.
From tackling hunger and rare diseases to smart cities, a new report outlines how responsible data sharing can solve critical issues for a better world.