Review: Global Uncertainty, Robotics and the Future of Work
The Global Female Leaders Summit 2017 took place from 7th to 9th May 2017 at The Ritz-Carlton in Berlin. Over 250 top-level executives gathered in the German capital in order to discuss five of the most pressing economic and political challenges humanity faces today.
Global Female Leaders 2017: A Thorough Look Back
To sum up this great event in a single blogpost would be nearly impossible. The whitepaper addresses five core topics: Economic Challenges, Big Data, AI & Cyber Security, Future of Work, Smart Cities & Mobility and Life Science. Learn how to successfully navigating the digital world!
Key topics 2017 of the official White Paper
- Partners Insights
- Global Uncertainty & Economic Challenges
- Big Data, Artificial Intelligence & Cyber Security
- Digital Leadership & Future of Word
- Smart Cities & Mobility
- Life Science & the Society of Tomorrow
- Marketing Insights
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