Eva Presenhuber is one of most influential art dealers in the world. She owns galleries in both Zurich and New York and has also been in the selection committee of Art Basel. She tells us what it takes to make it into the prestigious fair and how to stay relevant in the ever-changing art market.
How Europe can counter China on artificial intelligence
China may have unlimited access to its own data, but according to Jürgen Schmidhuber, scientific director of Swiss AI Lab IDSIA, Europe has the ammo to compete. The solution? Basic economics: Create, for instance, a healthcare market where every patient can become a micro-entrepreneur of their own data.
The place to be for AI? Switzerland, argues Jürgen Schmidhuber
You may not know him but Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, and Apple sure do. His speech- and voice-recognition algorithms power devices from Siri to Alexa to many smartphones in between. Jürgen Schmidhuber is his name and Lugano is where he works to take artificial intelligence to the next level.
We’d be a “target for activists” without Vekselberg, says Oerlikon chairman
With CHF 700 million in cash, Oerlikon could be under pressure to make acquisitions. But its anchor shareholder, Viktor Vekselberg’s Renova, protects the Swiss industrial giant from activist investors, as Oerlikon chairman Michael Süss explains.
How a Swiss company plans to take 3D printing to space
3D printing is a game changer and real opportunity for Swiss manufacturing, says Michael Süss, chairman of Swiss industrial heavyweight Oerlikon. “The strategy is simply to surf on the wave,” explains Süss. Find out how he plans to take the technology to space.
The Global Fund responds to criticism around its withdrawal practices
What happens when a nation loses crucial medical treatment and support? Peter Sands, executive director of the Geneva-based Global Fund, admits there are sometimes “transition issues” when the NGO withdraws from countries but that governments need to step up to fill the void.
Global Fund: Political will is the biggest challenge in the fight against AIDS, TB, and malaria
The Global Fund can make the world free of AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria by 2030. But political will is the biggest obstacle in reaching the goal, says Executive Director Peter Sands. Back in January, the organization with celebrity support from Bill Gates and Bono announced its goal of raising $14 billion in three years to help end the epidemics.