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WEF Global Risks Report 2021 – Digital, Economy, Climate, Social

The 16th edition of the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report analyses long term and short term risks from societal fractures—manifested through persistent and emerging risks to human health, rising unemployment, widening digital divides, youth disillusionment and geopolitical fragmentation. Businesses risk a disorderly shakeout which can exclude large cohorts of workers and companies from the markets of the future. Environmental degradation—still an existential threat to humanity—risks intersecting with societal fractures to bring about severe consequences.

Security Research Bites: What You Missed in December

What can be done to secure the networks and systems that citizens, companies, and states rely on now and in the future? Here are three of the most interesting recent pieces of thought leadership.

ITU – Digital Skills Insights 2020: Data Literacy, Programming Skills, Employment & Gender Gaps

“The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the digital transition and revealed the challenges that still exist when it comes to connecting households and people, as well as the digital skills required to participate effectively in the online world. As a result of the pandemic, the need for a digitally competent population and the demand for a digitally skilled workforce has grown even more pronounced.”

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What Will We Do with 6G?

6G visionaries see a hyper-connected world and intuitive human-machine interfaces, but cautious voices warn industry against falling victim to shiny object syndrome.

Smart Cities Need Smart Data

With urbanisation bringing increasing numbers of people into cities, why has the smart city movement been slow to take off? One vital answer lies in how data has found its way into the hands of urban planners. But there are bright sparks illuminating cities, from the smartest to the most chaotic.

A view of a city from above
A view of a city from above
Smart Cities Need Smart Data

Smart Cities Need Smart Data

With urbanisation bringing increasing numbers of people into cities, why has the smart city movement been slow to take off? One vital answer lies in how data has found its way into the hands of urban planners. But there are bright sparks illuminating cities, from the smartest to the most chaotic.

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