What really happens in Davos and why we should fear weather, not terrorism

Image: WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM/swiss-image.ch/Photo Michele Limina

Adrian Monck, Head of Public Engagement and Foundations, Member of the Managing Board, World Economic Forum Geneva


What really happens in Davos: the Annual Meeting’s what, who, and why.

How you can participate: options to follow, embed, and ask questions.

And who to congratulate: awards to three artists for building a better future.

What reponsible, responsive leaders should do. Priorities for 2017.

Fear the weather, not terrorists in 2017. The latest list of global risks.

Image: Global Risks Report 2017

CEO pay keeps rising. Time for a new look at old ideas to fight inequality?

The Internet of Things and shopping. Welcome to the future of retail.

How globalisation works. The good, the bad, and the drivers behind it.

Chinese intellectuals suffer online abuse. Young patriots attack the literati.

Secular stagnation: history of an idea, current dilemmas, and solutions.

That’s your bloody GDP, not ours. Time to look at regional economies.

Who’s behind the AI curtain? The human labour of artificial intelligence.

How does status competition impact risk and output? Fighter pilots show the rewards and dangers of non-financial compensation.

Why is the Chinese president visiting Davos? Reporting on the Annual Meeting begins. (New York Times)

Rising inequality puts the world economy at risk. The Global Risks Report sounds the alarm. (Wall Street Journal)

Pakistani filmmaker to co-chair the Annual Meeting. It’s the first time an artist has been chosen. (Nation)

Populism comes to Davos. The Forum head of global competitiveness previews the Annual Meeting. (Bloomberg)

Watch for weaponised AI. More coverage of The Global Risks Report. (ZDNet)


Originally published at weforum.org.

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