World Economic Forum
A policy framework for responsible limits on facial recognition use case: law enforcement investigations
Remote biometric technologies – in particular, facial recognition – have gained a lot of traction in the security sector in recent years. This report presents a set of proposed principles for the use of facial recognition in law enforcement investigations, along with a self-assessment questionnaire...
State of quantum computing: building a quantum economy
Quantum computing is seen as a strategic technology by the world’s leading economies. This fundamentally new way of computing has the potential to dramatically recast our ability to tackle climate change, hunger and disease. This report aims to give a holistic and neutral overview of...
Net-zero industry tracker: 2022 edition
This first edition of the Net-Zero Industry Tracker report sets the World Economic Forum’s ambition to establish a robust tracking platform that supports the emergence of low-carbon industries by the decade’s end.
Global gender gap report 2022
The analysis presented in this report is based on a methodology integrating the latest statistics from international organisations and a survey of executives. The report also provides new data on emerging trends in the labour market and society more widely.
Jobs of tomorrow: the triple returns of social jobs in the economic recovery
As policy-makers aim to balance crisis management with longer-term recovery priorities, this paper suggests that three foundational social institutions – education, healthcare and care – may benefit from key investments to re-start the engine of social mobility across national economies.