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AI and Robotics to Create 60 Million More Jobs Than They Eliminate by 2022: WEF Study
The WEF estimates that development in automation technologies and AI could displace 75 million jobs by 2022, yet create another 133 million new roles.
World Economic Forum (WEF) Definition
The World Economic Forum (WEF) holds a yearly conference in Davos, Switzerland for leaders in business and politics to discuss world issues.
Stakeholder capitalism is a system in which corporations are oriented to serve the interests of all their stakeholders.
The Most Prestigious Universities in the World
A list of 105 most prestigious universities demonstrates that the US and the UK continue to lead.
10 Global Regions Experimenting with Driverless Cars
Read about how 10 countries have been experimenting with driverless cars, and learn about some of the technology that comes with these vehicles.
World Federation Of Stock Exchanges
The World Federation of Stock Exchanges is an international standards organization based in London.
Davos World Economic Forum Definition
The Davos World Economic Forum is the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum attended by business leaders, investors, and politicians.
Bandwidth is the data transfer capacity of a computer network in bits per second (Bps).