How can private-public collaboration realize digital technology’s potential to benefit humankind?
The exponential growth in digitization and internet connectivity is the “backbone” of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It has the potential to propel societies forward, enable innovative business models and help governments address legitimate policy concerns. Digitization doesn’t just enable what we do, it transforms it — not only business models, but also the policy landscape and social norms.
The Governance on the Internet project, launched by the World Economic Forum in 2015, is a multi-year engagement with the main objective of considering the new governance mechanisms neede...
The Digital Transformation of Industries (DTI) project, launched by the World Economic Forum in 2015, is a multi-year engagement with the aim to analyse the impact of digital technologies...
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In the days before Google, Facebook and a multitude of cat videos, this is what connectivity looked like.
Lorrie Cranor, of Carnegie Mellon University, explains how the internet of things could threaten our privacy, and what we can do about it.
Google’s balloon-powered high-speed internet service is part of an effort to get remote parts of the world online.