The pandemic has been a wake-up call about how we build for the future.
In the digital Olympics of 2020, the United States won a decisive gold medal. That is, according to Huawei’s 2020 Global Connectivity Index (GCI). Find out why.
It is intuitive that economic downturns must be bad for innovation. But that’s not always the case. Here’s why.
Analyzing the returns of ICT investment based on the Preston Curve can show how technology can impact achieving the UN’s sustainable development goals.
Seven archetypes & four domains that can define national roadmaps for ICT-led post-pandemic economic recovery.
A competitive market is a healthy market that encourages innovation, fast TTM, and more choice. What happens economically when that competitiveness is threatened for global 5G rollout?
Global business ecosystems are shaping up based on AI-powered Intelligent Connectivity. Huawei’s Global Connectivity Index gives an example using autonomous vehicles of how they will look.
How well labor & capital interact creates “Total Factor Productivity”. Now, there’s a third crucial driver: Innovation. What does this mean for TFP?
Why has global productivity been sluggish this decade against a backdrop of emerging technologies like AI, IoT & 5G?
Basic research and R&D are at the heart of innovation. And international collaboration boosts innovation outcomes. Here’s why we must keep working together.