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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. What happens in Davos shouldn't stay in Davos

    What happens in Davos shouldn't stay in Davos

    As the digital world changes the way we live and work, we are proud to partner with WEF 2019 to bring people together to think about the future. We are committed to connecting the next big ideas with the entrepreneurial thinking that will bring them to life. We accelerate the dialogue and transfer of knowledge between generations, so we can reimagine what progress looks like. And make it happen. Our mission is to enable the next generation of change makers to harness disruptive technology and put it to work for the good of tomorrow's world.

  4. 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.

  5. World-changing ideas from women of impact

    World-changing ideas from women of impact

    The Women of Impact event celebrates women who change the world. We explain why it started and what it contributes to WEF.

  6. 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.

  7. Achieving meaningful change in children's lives through music education

    Achieving meaningful change in children's lives through music education

    Credit Suisse and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO) embarked on a unique philanthropic program last year to bring music education to Primary School children in Australia, and in the process – just maybe, play a small part in helping to transform their academic careers.

  8. Roger Federer: "Tennis is a school of life that will also help me in the future"

    Roger Federer feels ready for life after tennis. Which is not to say that he is thinking of retiring yet. 

  9. Experience the world exclusive skikjöring races live!

    Experience the world exclusive skikjöring races live!

    Every February, White Turf in St. Moritz attracts thousands of visitors from around the world. The highlight of the three racing Sundays is always the spectacular skikjöring races. In skikjöring, intrepid skiers allow themselves to be pulled over the frozen Lake St. Moritz by thoroughbred horses. Credit Suisse is proud to have been a supporter of this unique event in the Upper Engadine for over 40 years.

  10. Schurter finally decorated after long wait, Ryf spurred on by setback

    Schurter finally decorated after long wait, Ryf spurred on by setback

    The selection of Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year formed the highlight of the festive and exciting Credit Suisse Sports Awards. Triathlete Daniela Ryf and mountain biker Nino Schurter both beat off stiff competition. It was a first for the latter, whereas the former was repeating her triumph of 2015.