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Retraining and the Personal Touch Can Address the AI Challenge

Cities need to be creative and enlist many organizations to develop the right skills for tomorrow’s economy, says MIT’s Thomas Malone.
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Leadership Reimagined 2020

Human societies have transformed overnight. We have the unique opportunity to come together as leaders to re-shape the future of our governments, businesses, and societies.
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How Humans and Technology Can Lead Us Out of the Coronavirus Crisis

The pandemic is accelerating the adoption of technology but people don’t have to get lost in the transition, says MIT’s Thomas Malone.
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How the Doctor Who Spotted Coronavirus Is Dealing With the Pandemic

The New York epidemiologist sees hopeful signs of progress but pleads with everyone to social distance and “listen to your public health people.”
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Europe's Banking System: Six Months Ahead

Taking stock of the macroeconomic impact of COVID-19 and the unparalleled challenges ahead for Europe's banking system.
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City Spotlight

Stockholm Draws on Past Lessons to Embrace AI Future

Social protections designed for an earlier era of industrial change are helping the Swedish capital cope with the disruption of artificial intelligence.
Kaijia Gu, Rory Heilakka
Kaijia Gu
Partner, Oliver Wyman
As a leader of the City Readiness team, Kaijia Gu collaborates with business leaders, academics, and policymakers to identify ways that cities can transform potential waves of disorder into new opportunities for innovation, in part by tapping into the potential of their diverse networks of people and organizations. She has lived in major cities around the world most of her life including Beijing, Xi’an, Ithaca, Boston, New York, and London, where she currently lives with her family.
Kaijia.Gu@oliverwyman.com
Rory Heilakka
Principal, Oliver Wyman Forum
Rory is a Principal in Oliver Wyman’s Transportation and Services and Pricing, Sales and Marketing practices, based in New York. He has advised clients on issues ranging from business design and go-to-market strategy to accelerating clients’ use of advanced analytics. As a Fellow for the City Readiness team, Rory collaborates with business leaders, academics, and policymakers to improve global understanding and responses to the disruption and opportunities emerging from the increased application of artificial intelligence. He has worked around the world and lived in various cities including Philadelphia, New York, and Pune, India. In his free time Rory is a competitive squash player, aspiring cook, and home brewer. Rory holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
rory.heilakka@oliverwyman.com
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Fighting Urban Pandemics

Georgetown tools help cities battle coronavirus — now and in the future.
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The Doctor Whose Gut Instinct Beat AI in Spotting the Coronavirus

The New York epidemiologist who alerted the world to COVID-19 outbreak.
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AI Trends

China and Big Tech Are the New Powers in Artificial Intelligence

A new online tool sheds light on the cutting edge of research, and helps policymakers respond to the technology challenge.
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The Tech Sector Accounted for Roughly What Percent of US Office Lease Activity in 2019?

As sourced from CBRE.
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