Key Takeaways

Key Takeaways From Davos

With over 480 sessions, more than 2,700 leaders – including over 350 public figures government leaders and 47 heads of state – came together at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting 2023 in Davos to address the world’s most pressing challenges.

This year’s meeting focused, in part, on how collaboration between large corporates, young, innovative companies and government coupled with technologies like AI and quantum computing, can help the world get to Net Zero, power the energy transition, make factories and other businesses efficient and green, improve cybersecurity and help eradicate poverty and hunger.

The Innovator’s Editor-in-Chief moderated four sessions: two on quantum computing, one on AI and climate adaptability (pictured here) and one on the energy transition.

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About the author

Jennifer L. Schenker

Jennifer L. Schenker, an award-winning journalist, has been covering the global tech industry from Europe since 1985, working full-time, at various points in her career for the Wall Street Journal Europe, Time Magazine, International Herald Tribune, Red Herring and BusinessWeek. She is currently the editor-in-chief of The Innovator, an English-language global publication about the digital transformation of business. Jennifer was voted one of the 50 most inspiring women in technology in Europe in 2015 and 2016 and was named by Forbes Magazine in 2018 as one of the 30 women leaders disrupting tech in France. She has been a World Economic Forum Tech Pioneers judge for 20 years. She lives in Paris and has dual U.S. and French citizenship.