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The WEF in Davos, an Indian artist and a blockchain from Tezos
20 January 2019 – 12:00
Here are some of the stories we will present to you on the week of January 21st:
The annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) will begin on Tuesday in the town of Davos, a mountain resort in Switzerland, with a host of global leaders, business titans, creators and innovators tasked with meeting the challenges of globalization. Our reporters will be there to give you the latest news and opinions.
Tezos' blockchain is taking its first shaky steps after a difficult delivery, marked by files and lawsuits. The Swiss foundation with the task of spending $ 500 million on its development is walking the razor edge between regulatory pitfalls and early adopters demanding rapid progress. Foundation president Ryan Jesperson talks to swissinfo.ch about his hopes for the future.
How can we feed the rapidly expanding population of our planet without destroying it? By 2050, the Earth will host about 10 billion people; feeding them will require a 70% increase in food production, according to the WEF. Our journalists will report on these and other food and technology issues discussed in Davos.
Self-taught Indian photographer Cop Shiva got his first international break in Switzerland. The former policeman had his job cut to enter the art establishment. Tell swissinfo.ch the story of how it was done.
Swiss pharmaceutical companies such as Roche and Novartis are increasingly collecting and analyzing data to personalize the treatment of a person's only "biomarkers" and make clinical trials more efficient. The executives say that this puts people at the center of health care. What does it mean for data privacy and ensuring that discoveries will benefit those who need it most? We will explore the digitization of health issues and other health issues discussed at the WEF in Davos.
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