29 06 2018

Education in the Digital Age
While no human will be able to compete with intelligent machines when it comes to reciting facts or performing formulaic calculations....

While no human will be able to compete with intelligent machines when it comes to reciting facts or performing formulaic calculations, human ingenuity and creativity remain unmatched. We should make the most of that fact, and give young people the opportunity to use their advantages as effectively as possible.  TOKYO – The Fourth....

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28 06 2018

Is Technology Hurting Productivity?
It is possible that new technologies are not just doing less to boost productivity than past innovations....

CAMBRIDGE – In recent years, productivity growth in developed economies has been stagnating. The most prominent explanations of this trend involve technology. Technological progress is supposed to increase economies’ productivity and potential growth. So what’s going on?Harvard’s Martin Feldstein has argued persuasively that....

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14 04 2018

Machines Can't Dream
The scale of AI’s impact is hotly debated, and often boils down to...

The scale of AI’s impact is hotly debated, and often boils down to a single question: Could machines replace us? But, rather than obsess over a dystopian future, government, business, and education leaders should work together to minimize the adverse consequences for humans of the robots we do deploy.   WALLDORF, GERMANY –....

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14 04 2018

Europe’s Chance to Lead on Robotics and AI
Artificial intelligence could be either the best or the worst thing that ever happened...

Artificial intelligence could be either the best or the worst thing that ever happened to mankind. To prepare for the profound changes to lives and livelihoods that lie ahead, the European Union should start establishing rules to protect all Europeans – and give the rest of the world a model to follow.   BRUSSELS – At....

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24 01 2018

Controlling Cyber Conflict

At the annual BlackHat cyber-security conference in Las Vegas, 60% of attendees said they expect the US to suffer a successful attack against its critical infrastructure in the next two years. Can international norms governing cyberspace be developed to prevent such a....

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24 01 2018

Regulating Across the Digital Divide

Most rules governing global trade were built to regulate the cross-border distribution of goods and services in traditional industries. But the rapid growth of the digital economy has exposed regulatory shortcomings that, unless addressed, could widen the gap between developed and developing....

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07 08 2015

Technavio Says the Emergence of Green Fleet-management Solutions Will Propel the Fleet Management Market in Europe Through 2019

Technavio, a tech-focused research firm, has published a new report on the fleet management market in Europe, which is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 26% from 2015-2019.“Fleet operators are gradually implementing the method of fleet management systems, which enables efficient management of data and reduce the possibility of manual....

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07 08 2015

JenaValve Receives $26.5 Million Financing
Proceeds to Enable Clinical Studies and Commercial Development of Innovative TAVR Systems Targeting Broad Patient Population

JenaValve Technology, Inc., a developer, manufacturer and marketer of next-generation transcatheter aortic valve repair (TAVR) systems for the treatment of aortic valve disease, today announced the successful completion of a $26.5 million Series C expansion round of financing. Proceeds from the financing will be used to support the Company’s....

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