For too long, and on too many issues, policymakers have left the governance of technology in the hands of those who design it. Governments face three imperatives...
Policymakers and the public at large understand the importance of innovation to economic growth and well being.
What kind of capitalism do we want? That may be the defining question of our era. If we want to sustain our economic system for future generations, we must answer it correctly.
Wall Street hedge funds and lawyers have turned an arcane procedure of international treaties into a money machine, at the cost of the worlds poorest people.
Artificial intelligence can generate tremendous value for us all, if policymakers and businesses act swiftly and smartly to capture its full benefits and mitigate the inevitable risks...
We will have to wait and see whether the US Business Roundtables recent statement renouncing corporate governance based on shareholder primacy is merely a publicity stunt.
There is much to be celebrated in the rise of modern megacities, especially in developing countries.
The debate about how to regulate the tech sector is eerily reminiscent of the debate over financial regulation in the early 2000s
Why your mind should be like a rubber band.