Davos: Building the Cognitive Enterprise in 2020
“A new era of business reinvention is dawning. Organizations are facing an unprecedented convergence of technological, social, and regulatory forces. We call this next-generation business model the Cognitive Enterprise.”
via IBM IBV
Artificial Intelligence vs Blockchain at Davos 2019
Artificial intelligence has replaced blockchain as ‘the big conversation’ for executives. There were 11 public sessions on AI, the most of any topic – 85% percent of CEOs thought that AI and machine learning from huge data sets would dramatically change their business over the next five years.
8 Top Stories from Davos 2019
“We’ve got the skills, we’ve got the technology, we should now have the courage to be ahead of the curve,” said South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa. The technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, such as AI and blockchain, would allow the continent to leapfrog ahead.
Future of Work: 5 Top Insights from Davos Experts
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty says that as automation continues apace the skills gap and job insecurity fears are real. “When we talk of a skills crisis, I really do believe that 100 % of jobs will change,” she says.
The Open Innovation Network for Globalization 4.0
The theme for Davos-Klosters 2019 is “Globalization 4.0: Shaping a New Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.” A key component of the international debate will be about how the transformation is introducing technologies at a speed and scale unparalleled in history.
WEF: Meet the Co-Chairs of Davos 2019
Each year the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos brings together thousands of leaders from business, government, civil society, science, media and the arts to discuss global political, economic, social and environmental challenges. Once again, I’ll share the insightful commentary about the Global Networked Economy.
How Leaders Must Adapt to the Digital Revolution
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is transforming practically every human activity: the way we make things; the way we use the resources of our planet; the way we communicate and interact with each other as humans; the way we learn; the way we work; the way we govern; and the way we do business. Its scope, speed and reach are unprecedented.
Davos 2018: Global Economic Growth Will Improve
Technology is affecting businesses in varied and complex ways. As we continue to hurtle through the digital age, business strategies for technology are in flux, and the numbers show that.
Davos 2018: How to Reskill for the Digital Future
Almost 9 percent of U.S. employees don’t have all the skills or qualifications required by their job. That number can be as high as 14 percent in some parts of Europe. This gap is a problem, but it’s also a big educational opportunity.
Why Digital Business is a Key to Survival in 2018
Harnessing the potential of digital technology is critical to unlocking value in today’s global economy. For many corporations, digitizing has also become essential for their basic survival. As they invest in their digital transition, businesses need to determine where they will reap the most reward.
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