The advent of the digital age has radically changed the way Canadians create and consume cultural content. However, despite the radical changes in economic and technological forces, Canada’s broadcasting and cultural policy frameworks remain stuck in the 1960s.
Despite concern over climate change, global carbon emissions continue to rise. Reversing the trend requires clean energy innovation. It is time for Mission Innovation member nations to make good on their commitment to double clean energy R&D.
The training participation of the low-skilled has increased significantly in recent decades.In order to further strengthen the continuing education participation of semi-skilled and unskilled workers, all stakeholders are in demand: Companies should increasingly offer jobs on which workplace-oriented learning is possible and competences can be acquired.
The Greens, Intelligent and Creative Cities (VIC) are living organisms that grow, develop and evolve to the extent that its residents make them. They must be understood as complex social, economic and political ecosystems , highly dynamic and subject to the accelerated transformations of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) has released its annual report for 2018 detailing its accomplishments in research, policy recommendation, and collaboration in numerous fields effecting economic outcomes.
The entry of the internet, personal computer, and the mobile phone into everyday life has already changed how people live and work, and how companies do their business. Indeed, the availability of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) is also changing how governments serve their people. Undeniably, governments around the world recognize the importance of “e-government”.
Industry trends are leading us in the direction of decarbonization and decentralization. Revolutions in technology are providing the electrical industry the digital tools neccessary to respond to these changes.
Argentina's growth and outcome fluctuations point to a clear failure in the current, stagnant welfare system. In order to breathe life into the economy Argentina's policy makers must refute the myth of zero-sum economics and instead focus on opportunities for growth.
The increasing use and dependence of technology by organizations, the cloud, the Internet of Things, Big Data, high connectivity, Artificial Intelligence and the premise that "it is not a matter of whether events will happen, but when" , demand from organizations the permanent need for preparation, learning and reinvention, where being resilient and innovating, is the true hallmark that must be developed in order to survive.
The digital revolution is only getting started. Digital disruption, which thus far has transformed a few sectors, is working its way into every sector of the economy. New technologies and exponential growth in the volume of data being produced by people and machines lend themselves to new business models and new kinds of products, while making everything from schools to hospitals more effective. Used correctly, this data explosion promises to make us healthier, richer, sometimes even more compassionate, and to solve intractable societal challenges like climate change.