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ENERGY

A Global Smart Renewable Power Grid: A Radical Proposal

Despite the Paris Agreement, the world continues to experience the extremes of climate change. Severe weather conditions and global warming continue to plague every part…
TECHNOLOGY

AI and the Disruption of Social Sectors

The 1990s and early 2000s were one of the most difficult periods in post-World War II Japanese history. With eight prime ministers in as many…
TECHNOLOGY

AI and Emotions: The Next Frontier in the Social Sector

What happens when the Fourth Industrial Revolution collides with the need and desire to improve the state of the world? To be more specific: What…
FINANCE

Regulating Cryptocurrencies: Five Challenges

Although cryptocurrencies have been around for about a decade, it was no more than three or four years ago that regulators began to feel intense…
GENDER

Diversity, Inclusion and the Future of Work

Every time a person instructs Siri or Alexa to do something, that user might unwittingly be compounding gender inequality. A United Nations report suggests that…
INFRASTRUCTURE

High-Speed Rail Rivalry: Can China and Japan Drive Sustainability?

As Japan readies to host the leaders of G20 nations on June 28-29 in Osaka, it has signaled its resolve to tackle an aspect of…
ECONOMY

G20 Alert: The Trade War Gets Existential

It is no exaggeration to say that the escalation of the trade war has put the likelihood of a new global recession triggered by the…
SOCIAL MEDIA

Instagram and the Psychological Perils of Social Comparisons

Social media has the potential to make us feel worse about ourselves because we have a natural tendency to make social comparisons. So in order…
FINANCE

Stablecoins: The First Blockchain Consumer Product

With volatility often cited as one of the greatest barriers to cryptoasset adoption, stable-value coins pegged to common units of account such United States dollars…
INFRASTRUCTURE

How Social Enterprises Can Serve Asia’s Underserved

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted by United Nations member states in 2015, seek to promote social and economic development while recognizing environmental limits. But…
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