Twitter Infographics Illustrate World Economic Forum 2016’s Global Insights
A deluge of future-forward information from the World Economic Forum Davos 2016 has hit the global community. As world leaders converge for the 46th Annual Meeting in the Swiss Alps, the theme “Mastering the Fourth Industrial Revolution” could not be more apropos for the current world climate.
Over 2,500 participants from more than 100 countries—including 1,500 business leaders, 300 public figures, 50 Global Shapers, 25 social entrepreneurs, and over 100 Young Global Leaders—are coming together for three days to navigate an important international dialogue, where no industry is untouched.
The oncoming Fourth Industrial Revolution will disrupt how the world understands renewable energy, mass production, and information technology. A more mobile internet, advanced sensors, artificial intelligence, and machine learning will all serve key roles in how the force of this transformation effects human progress.
Save yourself a last-second flight to Zurich and examine the heft of how global trends will shape the world economy through the following Twitter infographics:
G20 in Space
Which countries spend the most on #space exploration? https://t.co/vkvOIl91jp pic.twitter.com/ds1Nr9oN3S
— World Economic Forum (@wef) January 17, 2016
Global Costs of Healthcare Global Job Skills Trends
Is the 9-5 job a thing of the past? Three trends that are changing your work https://t.co/DY3e3OtvnP @HBR pic.twitter.com/pmkNFrUzD5 — World Economic Forum (@wef) October 22, 2014
These are the #skills you’ll need to get a job in 2020 https://t.co/sjdVMeuLUu #wef pic.twitter.com/96BnPatDCv — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 18, 2016
International Trade Trends
A new way of visualising world #trade https://t.co/v8bkBYJIW5 #globaltrade pic.twitter.com/yHFbJmSpHQ — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 21, 2016
What the world looks like when measured by internet population @HuffingtonPost @oiioxford https://t.co/xvnTex6ikS #wef pic.twitter.com/zFsqQ7Pq7k — World Economic Forum (@wef) October 13, 2014
What are the 10 biggest global challenges? https://t.co/ZO4cA6xH4s #wef pic.twitter.com/JN23eySsID — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 21, 2016
Real-Time Health Data
Could #algorithms keep you healthy? https://t.co/AtPqHMey2F #BigData #futurehealth pic.twitter.com/UH6uoSWMyc — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 21, 2016
5 steps towards a clean #energy future https://t.co/LZjyVm8bs1 @solarimpulse #wef #climateaction pic.twitter.com/8zPCZfZRfw — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 18, 2016
What incentives do we need to create a low #carbon future? https://t.co/hu28eRGXsJ #climatechange #energy pic.twitter.com/mbwS5eWvFA — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 19, 2016
6 countries leading the charge towards #renewable energy https://t.co/jP5sCrZRR2 #climatechange pic.twitter.com/LI9NqwedRA — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 16, 2016
How can we speed up the shift to low-carbon #energy? https://t.co/ZUNB3FOjVx #COP21 #climatechange pic.twitter.com/VQQ1azAseX — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 10, 2016
Trajectory of Urban Populations
The world’s fastest growing #cities https://t.co/nLDARryaec #wef pic.twitter.com/y4yeehbFJK — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 21, 2016
And wrap up these twitter infographics, here’s one incredible perspective on today’s data:
7 top blogs from day two of Davos 2016 https://t.co/LQMVrviVMc #wef pic.twitter.com/CejrXMbV1R — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 21, 2016
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