A survey of public perceptions of new technologies turned up surprisingly optimistic results. And some curious ones too.
One of the key findings of this year’s Global Risks Report is that inequality and polarization are now ranked in the top three as underlying drivers of global risks.
The pace of innovation in areas such as artificial intelligence, the internet of things and biotechnology is creating new risks — which will be amplified in our turbulent world.
Climate change and polarized societies are among the most threatening trends for our future.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report looks at the biggest risks and challenges facing humanity.
The World Economic Forum's Global Risks Report 2017 looks at the emerging technologies in need of governance.