Leaders in politics and business are gathering in the mountain resort of Davos in Switzerland ahead of the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting.
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution takes shape and the surge of Artificial Intelligence gathers pace, the world elites meeting at Davos need to seek to reassure those who most fear our common technological future to avoid people falling under the spell of populism.
Even if we are true believers in the power of technology, in the benefits of creative destruction, we should not kid ourselves: the fourth industrial revolution, if left untamed, could increase inequality, weaken the social fiber of our society, and put under threat the core of democracy and peace.
Isabelle Kumar talks to Brazil President Michel Temer. They discuss the country's fragile economic recovery and, of course, his country's longstanding battle against corruption
Argentinian President Mauricio Macri is vowing to bring his country back onto the world stage.
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"When the United States grows, so does the world”
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The EU's Economic and and Financial Affairs Commissioner talks to euronews' Sasha Vakulina.
Euronews' Isabelle Kumar asks Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa about his vision for the future of the Eurozone and Europe's economic expansion.
Chief executives are more optimistic about the economic outlook than they've been for years
The Polish leader tells Euronews' Sasha Vakulina about his country's economic recovery and future relations with the European Union.
For the first time in the 48-year history of the World Economic Forum, the 2018 summit in Davos, Switzerland will be chaired entirely by women
Panellists at 2018's World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos present a new global fund that they hope will reduce modern slavery in identified areas by 50 per cent.
Davos sees Angela Merkel warn against protectionism and populism while Emmanuel Macron says globalisation is facing a 'major crisis'
Euronews' Isabelle Kumar meets President of the International Committee of the Red Cross Peter Maurer to find out what geopolitical threats could affect global recovery.
The US Senate overwhelmingly approves President Trump's nominee for the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell.
According to a new report many CEOs believe this year could be the most fruitful ever.
The head of the World Economic Forum tells Euronews' Isabelle Kumar his vision for a post-recession economy.
The extreme weather blocked some routes into the city, while several pre-summit meeting had to be cancelled or delayed.
Swiss activists told Euronews they had planned to protest in Davos to let the president know “we don’t like who you are or what you do.”
Here's what to expect from the 48th World Economic Forum meeting in Davos.
Analysis by Plan International on the eve of the World Economic Forum in Davos suggests that deeply engrained, discriminatory gender norms will continue to hold women back right up to 2030 and beyond.
Trump is visiting Davos for the World Economic Forum later this month.
Global elite in Davos consider the Trump presidency - will he act on what he says, or rather Tweets or whether he will prove to be more pragmatic?
The four-day affair of panel discussions, lunches and cocktail parties will touch on subjects as diverse as terrorism, artificial intelligence and wellness - but focus on the rise of populism.