||FUTURE OF WORK
|Decisions of technology application, access, governance, and risk which determine impacts on people, planet, and society.
||The digitization of mind, body, communities, space in which consumer and enterprise technologies are used to monitor or improve wellbeing.
||A shared point of interaction between humans and technology, in which the interface for data emissions are biometric-based.
||Technology supporting the human and commercial use of energy sources which are naturally replenished on a human timescale.
||The mindset and programs required for modern organizations to innovate both internally and externally across their ecosystem.
|Cybersecurity & Safety:
||Health Data Ecosystems:
||Efficiencies & Waste:
|Protection of digital and physical systems and data, and related risks to human safety, assets, and institutions.
||The stewardship, interoperability, and regulation of health and biometric data in marketplaces.
||The digitization and interoperability of objects, cities and interactions using sensors, servers, cloud services, and IT infrastructure.
||Technological advancements supporting consumer and industrial energy efficiencies and waste reductions.
||Diverse types of working environments, talent ecosystems, and on-demand jobs enabled through technology.
|Digital Identity & Reputation
||Talent & Automation:
|The digital representation, rights, and reputation of individuals, assets, and events which authorize interactions in a network.
||The customization of traditional healthcare, treatments, practices, and products based on data surrounding an individual patient.
||A form of distributed computing in which data processing, storage, analytics are handled “local” to where data are generated.
||Network technologies and digital assets used to optimize energy loads, distribution, and access, localize generation, and offset carbon emissions.
||Varied hard and soft skills, new job categories, generational changes, and HR impacts driven by automation.