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Since 2005, BT has been a strategic partner of the World Economic Forum - an independent organisation committed to improving the state of the world by bringing together leaders across public and private sectors to shape global, regional and industry agendas.

As one of 120 strategic partners, BT actively participates in the Forum’s Annual Meeting, regional summits and strategic events, plus a range of communities and initiatives throughout the year.

BT experts contribute to Forum-led groups, industry projects and are also members of WEF communities.

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BT at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2018

BT at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2018

23-26 January 2018 Davos-Klosters, Switzerland


Key insights

Neurodiversity is an asset in the digital age

Neurodiversity is an asset in the digital age

Cybersecurity is one of the defining challenges of the digital age. Everyone, from households to businesses to governments, has a stake in protecting our era’s most valuable commodity: data.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution needs a more human kind of leadership

The Fourth Industrial Revolution needs a more human kind of leadership

We often underestimate the scale and speed of change that occurred in the 20th century.

Artificial intelligence is now an arms race. What if the bad guys win?

Artificial intelligence is now an arms race. What if the bad guys win?

No one is safe in a world where AI can hack itself.

3 ways business leaders can use AI ethically

3 ways business leaders can use AI ethically

As responsive and responsible leaders, what are the things we need to think about with AI to get the most of it, not only for our organisations but for our people?

The Internet of Things will power the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The Internet of Things will power the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The Internet of Things will power the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It is already creating new business models and new relationships between businesses and consumers - but this new future is not without its challenges.


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