All global industries will reduce the content of labor in their processes and new, more sophisticated jobs will be created.
With a projected cost of around $11 billion, the Rio 2016 Olympics looks like a relative bargain compared to the price tag for the Sochi 2014 Winter Games, which topped $50 billion.
Wayne Sharpe, Executive Chairman and Founder: "We want to provide the global scale and capacity needed to address the climate change problem."
For WEF participants gathering in the glittering conference halls of Davos it may be hard to imagine, but over one billion people around the world still do not have access to electric light.
Saudi Aramco has teamed up with vehicle manufacturers and research scientists around the world to develop game-changing technologies for the next generation of the internal combustion engine.
Today, Philips Lighting is the undisputed leader in sports, providing floodlighting for 55% of the world's largest soccer stadiums, 70% of the UK's Premier League clubs, and a host of other major venues.
Buzz speaks to Fahd-Al Rasheed, former Group CEO and Managing Director of Emaar the Economic City (EEC), leading the development of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC)—the world’s first publicly-listed city.
Julie Felgar, Managing Director of Environmental Strategy: "Aviation biofuel is not a science experiment – it is real and it is a genuine alternative to fossil fuel."
I don’t know where technology will lead us in the future, but I do know that a smart city is one that improves our lives while preserving our values.
Launched in 2015, the Woodstock, South Africa-headquartered peer-to-peer lending platform illuminates—quite literally—a market that has been in the Dark Ages.