Rwanda's Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution aims to harness new technologies and Africa's young generation to boost resilience and equity for all.
The World Economic Forum and Rwanda are promoting the adoption of new technologies in the country to drive innovation on data policy and artificial intelligence.
In this insight report, the World Economic Forum’s Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning platform, in close collaboration with the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Rw...
AI can create faces that are indistinguishable - and more trusted - than real faces, finds a new study, which urges more safeguards to prevent deep fakes.
In cities, where emissions are high, digital twin technology is able to provide accurate data to track and improve net-zero progress more efficiently.
Prices for land in the metaverse are surging, but how does virtual real estate work, and why are people prepared to pay millions of dollars for it?
A collaboration convened by the World Economic Forum has formed a global consensus for baseline IoT security measures to protect consumers.
Leveraging our brain’s capacity to reason away what no longer applies and open it up to exploring new ideas and concepts can lead to transformative breakthroughs.
There is a significant gender gap in STEM, particularly in technology. Apprenticeships are proving a successful alternative for women keen to work in tech.
The President of the World Economic Forum, Børge Brende, and the Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabić, sat down to discuss the ambitions of the newly announced Centre for the Fourth Indu...
Forward-thinking business leaders are capitalizing on the disruption that characterizes today’s global marketplace to build pathways to future success.
The FIRST Cancer Care initiative based out of the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in India explores how technological advances can revolutionize cancer care, and drives action...
We need to transform the quality of cancer care by harnessing emerging technologies like AI and ML. We asked experts which technologies will shape the future of cancer care.
From pandemics to the pitfalls of AI, journalist Gillian Tett joins the Book Club Podcast to explain how an anthropologist’s view of global risks can help understand and solve them.
Low-carbon emitting technologies such as carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), hydrogen, solar photovoltaics, etc can enable the net-zero transition. We need to create the marke...