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WEF_TheGlobalCompetitivenessReport2020

The Global Competitiveness Report S PEC I A L E D I T I O N 2 0 20 How Countries are Performing on the Road to Recovery Klaus Schwab Saadia Zahidi World Economic Forum Terms of use and disclaimer The analysis presented in the Global Competitiveness Report Special Edition 2020 (herein: report ) is based on a methodology integrating the latest statistics from international organizations and a survey of executives. The methodology, developed in collaboration with leading experts and practitioners t WEF , education for the future , collaboration with other companies , firms in the system , technologies that could support , funds such as israel , technologies in all sectors , economies from the average , weight to each response , countries in this area , investments and instead incentivize , revival 1-Feb-2021 auto-generated
WEF_Building-Blockchains

Fourth Industrial Revolution for the Earth Series Building Block(chain)s for a Better Planet In collaboration with PwC and Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment September 2018 Building Block(chain)s for a Better Planet is published by the World Economic Forum System Initiative on Shaping the Future of Environment and Natural Resource Security in partnership with PwC and the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment. It was made possible with funding from the MAVA Foundation. It forms p WEF , ledger of all transactions , contracts on a blockchain , solutions for the environment , amazon third way initiative , blockchains can be public , asset to a blockchain , networks in the technology , impact on the energy , blockchain at an international , sources around the world , data for the le 2-Feb-2021 auto-generated
WEF_Cyber_Resilience_Playbook

Future of Digital Economy and Society System Initiative Cyber Resilience Playbook for Public- Private Collaboration In collaboration with The Boston Consulting Group January 2018 Contents Preface 1. Introduction 2. Using the Playbook for Public-Private Collaboration 3. Reference architecture for public-private collaboration 4. Policy models 4.1 Zero-days 4.2 Vulnerability liability 4.3 Attribution 4.4 Research, data, and intelligence sharing 4.5 Botnet disruption 4.6 Monitoring 4.7 Assigning nat WEF , model as more companies , state of the active , capabilities to the private , privacy should be limited , choices on five key , privacy will be limited , companies in the private , user and a technology , privacy and the limited , defence in most cases , sharing between the public , risks associat 2-Feb-2021 auto-generated
WEF_IN12_Report

Regional Agenda World Economic Forum on India From Deliberation to Transformation National Capital Region, Gurgaon, India 6-8 November 2012 World Economic Forum 2012 - All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system. The views expressed are those of certain participants in the discussion and do not necessarily reflect the views of all participant WEF , technology to the world , preface news from gurgaon , education of its women , innovation in the indian , summit on the global , transformation news from gurgaon , state of the world , minister of the united , government s overall global , information on the world , leaders at the forum , leaders 2-Feb-2021 auto-generated
042821-BROOKINGS-CHINATELECOMM-TRANSCRIPT-Corrected

CHINA-2021/04/28 1 THE BROOKINGS INSTITUTION WEBINAR EXAMINING CHINA'S TELECOMMUNICATIONS AMBITIONS Washington, D.C. Wednesday, April 28, 2021 PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Panelists: MICHAEL E. O'HANLON Senior Fellow and Co-Director, Center for Security, Strategy, and Technology The Brookings Institution EMILY de LA BRUYERE Horizon Advisory Senior Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracies KEVIN MCGUINESS Former DoD SkillBridge Extern Center for East Asia Policy Studies The Brookings Institution Brookings 27-Oct-2021 auto-generated
2101.09385

Outlining Traceability: A Principle for Operationalizing Accountability in Computing Systems Joshua A. Kroll jkroll@nps.edu Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, CA 1 2 0 2 n a J 3 2 ] Y C . s c [ 1 v 5 8 3 9 0 . 1 0 1 2 : v i X r a ABSTRACT Accountability is widely understood as a goal for well governed computer systems, and is a sought-after value in many governance contexts. But how can it be achieved? Recent work on standards for governable arti cial intelligence systems o ers a related prin- Brookings , policy and ai ethics , operation of a computer , framework for the principle , work in an automated , requirement for the responsible , responsible use of software , report from a federal , requires not only transparency , systems must keep records , intelligence by the department , understanding 27-Oct-2021 auto-generated