The Cybersecurity and Digital Identity sector has been making headlines regularly in recent times. The sector is evolving at breakneck speed to continually adapt to new threats.
Rapid advances in artificial intelligence are impacting our daily lives and all sectors of activity. Its ability to manage and process a huge amount of data drives companies to invest heavily in AI and IoT to gain or maintain a competitive edge in the new industry 4.0.
The financial sector is experiencing unprecedented disruption. At the same time, the global financial technology industry is growing rapidly, supported by both innovative start-ups and major technology players.
The city of the future is upon us. Two out of three people will probably live in cities or other urban centers by 2050, according to United Nations data. This trend creates new challenges regarding population displacement, conflict, environmental impact, aging population, mobility, housing, new forms of governance, and so on.
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The recent digital revolution, accompanied by the current pandemic, is accelerating the digital transformation of the health sector. MedTech (Medical Technology) is reinventing the medicine of tomorrow. What is the state of the situation? What are the next issues and challenges we are going to need to face in the future?
Education in the future will go far beyond traditional classrooms. The influx of EdTech (Education Technology) tools is changing the way we learn. What are the main issues? What are the next innovations to improve engagement and learning, while remaining inclusive and enjoyable?
The current pandemic is forcing us to revisit the ways we work. Containment but also rapid technological innovation, globalization, demographic change, climate change and geopolitical transformations have an unprecedented impact on the work and skills landscape. What changes could be expected for the workplace, the workforce and the nature of the work itself? How can digital technology help us in this transition to the Future of Work?
The impact of the current crisis on existing business models, on the supply chain, and on our way of life is leading us to think deeply about our relationship with our environment and nature. From a sustainable development perspective, how can technological and digital innovations help us to create economic prosperity with an ecological and social approach?