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Exploring major cities’ readiness to thrive in an era of unprecedented technological change
Toronto Opens the Door to Its AI Future
Welcoming immigrants and promoting STEM education are making Canada’s largest city a leader in artificial intelligence. But Toronto needs a strategy for addressing AI disruption more holistically.
City Readiness Starts With Data
Who owns it, who can share it, how can privacy be protected? Those are the big questions policymakers need to address.
City Readiness at Davos 2020: Strategies for AI Disruption
AI disruption will drastically alter every facet of how cities operate. In Davos, we'll face that challenge head-on.
Enabling responsible data-driven innovation by identifying and building appropriate rules of the road and structures
Roughly What Percent of Americans Are at Least Somewhat Concerned With the Amount of Data About Them That's Been Collected by Businesses?
As sourced from the Pew Research Center.
Europe Lays Down an AI Marker
The EU Commission’s AI proposal recognizes the importance of data governance and stewardship. Other countries may follow its lead.
“By the time rules get written, they tend to be outdated. Regulators will always be followers because they are unable to hire the best data scientists who can predict the way data issues will shape up in the future.”
- Partha Bose, Partner and Chief Marketing Officer, Oliver Wyman
Ensuring Privacy by Design
Data innovation and privacy protection can and should go hand-in-hand, says Mastercard's chief data officer.
road maps for the future
Unleashing the Promise of the Data Revolution
Massive data flows and new analytical tools are transforming economies and societies. But new rules are needed to capture the benefits while preventing abuses.
Future of Data at Davos 2020: New Road Maps for Data Regulation
How data is governed, controlled, and shared will drastically alter the next digital transformation. In Davos, we're sparking the conversation with an interactive panel.
World Economic Forum
It's Time to Redefine how Data is Governed, Controlled and Shared. Here's how.
The success of the next digital transformation hinges on governments and companies ensuring data is used in a way that benefits the economy and society at large.
Helping to ensure a productive and equitable transition to new mobility technologies
How Long do Sydney Commuters Wait on Average to Board a Bus?
Sydney's public transportation system serves more than 80 percent of weekday trips to and from the city center.
Why Five Asian Cities May Beat the West on Next-Generation Mobility
While U.S. companies are keeping pace with their Asian counterparts in developing AV technology, Asian municipalities have been excelling in another track.
Investors Are Fueling Auto Startups In EVs And Ride-Hailing
Chinese firms are 2018’s big winners, capturing 41 percent of new auto-startup investment
DATA FROM MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW
China Has Been A World Leader In Patent Grants Since 2015
40 percent of startup companies with a value of $1 billion or more were based in China in 2018
The Accelerating Adoption Of Electric Vehicles
125 million EVs are expected to have been sold by 2030
Keeping an increasingly digitized and interconnected world safe from rapidly evolving cyber risks
Which New Technology Was Named Most by Executives as One They're Considering Adopting?
As sourced from a Marsh-Microsoft survey.
What Percentage of Executives in 2019 Ranked Cyber Risk Among Their Top Five Concerns?
As sourced from a Marsh-Microsoft survey.
Companies Should Up Their Cybersecurity as US-Iran Tensions Escalate
Preparing response teams, protecting "crown jewel" assets, and analyzing third-party relationships are all critical for organizations to defend themselves.
Data in Danger
How To Protect Data In An Age Of Digital Seamlessness
The trend toward digital seamlessness is accelerating; industries from finance to health care are increasingly using seamless technologies to make it easier for consumers to use their products and services.