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  1. The department store of the future. Shopping in Beijing.

    China's new middle class, numbering some 400 million people, will fundamentally change global trade. What are these people buying? How do they approach consumption? We accompany a young Chinese woman as she goes shopping – and catch a glimpse of our own future.

  2. Loans with the help of satellite images. A start-up solution.

    How does a corn farmer in East Africa prove his creditworthiness? A start-up has come up with a solution for connecting remote regions to the rest of the world. The only requirement? A mobile phone.

  3. AI and healthcare: more personal and more accessible

    Artificial intelligence, or AI, has many applications in healthcare. Discover what companies are doing in primary care and fertility medicine, in our series of interviews.

  4. Beating death – advances in healthtech

    Beating death – advances in healthtech

    The latest developments in medicine and healthtech will soon allow for completely new therapies to treat a whole range of diseases, some of which were considered until now to be fatal. Will our lifespan soon increase? Can we really beat death?

  5. Is there a human side to the use of artificial intelligence in the workforce?

    Is there a human side to the use of artificial intelligence in the workforce?

    Ensuring that modern computer technology improves the working world and ultimately benefits people, now and future generations, is possible but continues to be a pressing challenge ethically and legally.

  6. Greater job opportunities or social threat?

    The gig economy is revolutionizing employment, growing in participants as well as in skepticism. AI & The Future of Work: Assessing economic security in the gig economy.

  7. Where innovation comes first. Right after health.

    Health is our most precious asset. At the 5th Private Innovation Circle in Hong Kong, two out of a total of eight young companies presented solutions to help improve quality of life for patients with pain and diabetes.

  8. Triumphing with the 4th industrial revolution: The desired professional skillset

    Triumphing with the 4th industrial revolution: The desired professional skillset

    The 4th industrial revolution is changing our working environments rapidly, creating more new job types. Having the right skillset for fulfilling the innovative demands secures professional success.

  9. Virtual reality. Innovations for the real world.

    Virtual reality. Innovations for the real world.

    Until recently, virtual reality and augmented reality were still a distant dream. But nowadays, they have become almost indispensable. At the 5th Private Innovation Circle in Hong Kong, three companies demonstrated how these technologies can be put to profitable use.

  10. From sickcare to healthcare – data transforming the health sector

    From sickcare to healthcare – data transforming the health sector

    Thanks to advancements in technology we are soon to experience a new approach to health. It will become safer, more personalized and convenient, and focused on prevention rather than treatment of the disease, explains Christian Schmid, in-house health tech investment specialist at Credit Suisse.