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  1. How to make AI transformation more likely to succeed

    Successful artificial intelligence transformations among companies are coveted yet scarce. What is vital to unleash AI’s full potential?

  2. Power play in Asia leads to a shift in economic and political allegiances

    Power play in Asia leads to a shift in economic and political allegiances

    With China expanding its sphere of influence globally Asia is witnessing a huge geopolitical transformation. Freedom of navigation and littoral fishing and mineral extraction rights are under growing dispute. Smaller nations drawn into this conflict of claims must seek to protect their interests with the most favorable economic and security alliances.

  3. The future of work: Innovation's impacts on the workforce.

    The current digitalization revolution has a strong adjusting impulse on our occupational skills. A key question is not if there will be jobs, but more, which professions will substantially change.

  4. The future of intelligence. Artificial by nature.

    The future of intelligence. Artificial by nature.

    Artificial intelligence is on the march. While some warn against it, others highlight the opportunities it provides. At the 5th Private Innovation Circle, three startups active in this field provided insights into their activities.

  5. Evolving labor market. The impact of technological transformation.

    Evolving labor market. The impact of technological transformation.

    The future of work in the age of rapid technological change is of shared interest and concern. Our think tank examines it in detail.

  6. 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.

  7. Innovation in China – driving towards smart electric cars

    Innovation in China – driving towards smart electric cars

    By actively adapting digital solutions China will soon be one of the leading players in the smart electric vehicle space.

  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. Burkhard Varnholt: "Digitalization will create even more new jobs"

    Burkhard Varnholt, deputy Chief Investment Officer at Credit Suisse, explains how the next generation can prepare for digitalization at work.  

  10. 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.