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Blockchain and International trade

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nternational trade is of critical importance for economic and social development worldwide. A major cost of global trade is the regulatory requirement of submitting large volumes of information to governmental authorities in order to comply with import, export and transit-related documents and certificates.Trade single windows are flagship initiatives that reduce

Estonia is creating a ‘Robot Judge’

The Estonian Ministry of Justice has officially asked Ott Velsberg, the country’s chief data officer, to design a “robot judge” to take care of a backlog of small claims court disputes, Wired reports. The artificial intelligence-powered “judge” is supposed to analyze legal documents and other relevant information and come to

10 EU issues to watch in 2019

he annual publication offers up-to-date insight from policy analysts in the European Parliamentary Research Service on ten key issues and policy areas that are likely to feature prominently on the political agenda of the European Union (EU) in 2019. Each of the ten contributors presents the state of play on

The future of work: 4 predictions

Written by Stephane Kasriel, CEO of Upwork s CEO of freelancing website Upwork, I am witnessing firsthand not only the immense changes within our industry, but also the speed at which they are occurring. At the World Economic Forum, where I co-chair the Council on the Future of Work, Gender and Education, we

Jack Ma quotes on management, technology and globalization

In Davos at the World Economic Forum, Jack Ma, Alibaba's founder and Executive Chairman spoke openly and at length about some of the key challenges facing the world, delivering a stream of perspectives and guidance. Here are Jack Ma quotes from his speech. On the impact of technology "We are very lucky

4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) characteristics

nce every century (give or take), society and technology undergo a massive revolution. Suddenly we see major changes coming hand in hand with scientific discoveries. The wheel, fire, papyrus, Gutenberg and his press, the steam engine – all enormous, incredibly profound inventions that flipped the world on its head and

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