AI is the latest agent of change changing how we work. But it could also cost millions of people their jobs. DW takes a look at the risks and the opportunities.
Fifty young people - all under the age of 30 - have been invited to this year's World Economic Forum. They want to make an impact and be disruptive - in the business sense.
They are young, dedicated and want to make a difference: the Global Shapers. Fifty of them are at the World Economic Forum this year, and DW's Manuela Kasper-Claridge talked to them in Davos.
Around 18 percent of the participants in this year's World Economic Forum are women. Many in Davos feel that’s not enough. There are numerous events about the "gender gap," DW's Manuela Kasper-Claridge attended one.
Despite concerns about corruption, climate change and missed opportunities for social and economic inclusion, young people remain optimistic about their future, a survey by the World Economic Forum has found.
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