Simon Nelson explores how increasing access to education, delivered online in a flexible way, can help towards addressing some of the world’s future needs.
The world of work is changing. With rapid advances in IT, huge swathes of the labour market - a staggering 47% of jobs in the US - are at risk of being automated over the next three decades. Ryan Avent tackles the future ...
Angela Cummine outlines what measures are needed to ensure that the management of sovereign funds truly reflects, promotes and protects the interests and values of their citizen-owners.
Carrie Bishop shares her thoughts on why we need design now more than ever as a tool for tackling global problems.
Matthew Taylor examines the relationship between policy-making and social change.
Bestselling author of Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind Yuval Noah Harari provides a vision of the challenges and opportunities that will face humankind.
Lynda Gratton explores how in a multiple-stage life, we can all learn to prepare for and navigate the transitions and choices to make the best of a longer life.
Tippett explores the enduring question of what it is to be human, and how we can learn to live with greater, joy, compassion and wisdom, both individually and collectively.
Former technology editor at Newsweek and co-producer and writer of HBO’s Silicon Valley Dan Lyons gives a unique insider’s perspective on the reality behind the tech start-up hype.
Nicholas Shea and Barry Smith present a new research project bringing together philosophy, psychology and neuroscience to explore the purpose of consciousness.