New Knowledge for a New Era

The Fourth International Conference on Future Education was held in mid-November at the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade. Attended by 93 lecturers from 28 countries from all parts of the world, participants also included prominent scientists from prestigious universities and international organisations

Making Europe Fit for the Future

Kasper Rørsted is the Chief Executive of Adidas Group. Taking on the role in October 2016, Rørsted is charged with reinvigorating Reebok as well as continuing his track record of boosting revenue and improving margins at Adidas, as achieved with some of Europe’s biggest consumer goods groups

The Fear is Intensifying in Europe Coronavirus

The European economy slowed down more than was forecast in the last quarter of 2019, and it is still facing geopolitical risks while it braces for the full impact of Brexit in a few months. Now the coronavirus outbreak has become an economic risk: after Italy imposed a strict quarantine on at least 10 northern towns, it is no longer a distant danger in either space or time

14th CorD Charity Masters: Sunday, 26 April 2020

For the 14th consecutive year, CorD Magazine in collaboration with the Belgrade Marathon is organising CorD Charity Masters, a humanitarian run dedicated to helping...

How Japan is Using Technology for The 2020 Olympics

Autonomous taxis are set to shuffle visitors between the airport and sporting venues. Facial recognition will speed up security screenings for hundreds of thousands of athletes and staff. Automatic translation devices will be used to knock down language barriers.

Fukushima Students Promoted Reconstruction Promotion

Six inspirational students from disaster-hit areas of japan have been sampling the olympic spirit, benefiting from a cultural exchange and acquiring life-changing experience through the ‘support our kids’ programme, delivered in partnership with the ioc and the swiss embassy

New Venues for New Games

The Venue Plan for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 consists predominantly of two thematic and operational zones: the "Heritage Zone"; which houses several iconic venues used at the Tokyo 1964 Games and further sustains the enduring legacy of Tokyo 1964; and the "Tokyo Bay Zone" which serves as a model for innovative urban development and symbolises the exciting future of the city

Everything You Need to Know About Staying in Japan

The year 2020 may mark the beginning of a new decade, but perhaps most importantly, a new Olympic season. And while the Summer 2020 Olympics is just starting to show up on the radar of gymnastics and swimming enthusiasts around the world, Tokyo has been in preparation mode since they were announced as the host city in 2013

The European Green Deal Will Cost €260 Billion

On 11th January, the European Commission presented the European Green Deal – a roadmap for making the EU’s economy sustainable by turning climate and environmental challenges into opportunities across all policy areas and making the transition just and inclusive for all.

Winning the Electrification Race

Electricity will dominate the future global energy system. Currently, it accounts for only 20% of final energy demand, with direct fossil-fuel use still dominant in transport, heating, and heavy industry. But most economic activities can be powered by electricity, and many will be far more efficient once electrified

Why Trust & Technology Go Hand-in-hand?

The continuous change we’re seeing and the rapid pace at which it is taking place can be unsettling. People worry that their basic rights and freedoms may be infringed, while various studies show confidence in governments and institutions is declining

Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Society

Reinhard Ploss (65) was born in Bamberg, Germany. He studied process engineering at the Technical University of Munich and received his doctorate in 1990. He began his career at Infineon in 1986 (Siemens AG until 1999). Today, Dr. Pross is Chief Executive Officer of Infineon Technologies AG, world leader in semiconductor solutions that make life easier, safer and greener. He is responsible for Divisions, Group Strategy, Communications & Government Relations, Human Resources (Labor Director), Legal, Research & Development

Best of CES 2020

CES is the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where nextgeneration innovations are introduced to the marketplace

Serbia Gets Cadastre of Mining Waste With European Union Support

Serbia has put in place the Cadastre of Mining Waste, following a project implemented by the Ministry of Mining and Energy, and supported financially by the European Union

Canada Supports Responsible Conduct In Mining Industry

Embassy of Canada hosted seminar on role of responsible business conduct in Serbian mining industry’s future

UK Set for Mining ‘Revival’ Post-Brexit

UK mining is set for growth after being largely forgotten as an investment destination for decades, mine developers said last month. However, much of the latest funding is coming from abroad, notably Canada, and not from the UK

What EU “Geopolitical” Power Will Cost

Ursula Von der Leyen, the new president of the European Commission, has promised to position the European Union as a geopolitical power that is capable of holding its own against the United States and a rising China. But the EU may come to regret any attempt to parlay its economic strength into geopolitical clout.

AI-Enabled Future: Opportunity Or Dystopia?

Given that the complex global challenges that we’re all facing require innovative solutions, AI could be a driving force for positive change, providing some of the greatest opportunities for humanity. However, it could also enable many dreadful dystopian scenarios