Together Improving the State of the World
The World Economic Forum has unrivaled experience and expertise in bringing together leaders from all its communities, allowing for year-round engagement opportunities and interactions that span industry sectors, academic disciplines and geographies.
CUJO AI Collaboration With WEF
CUJO AI had joined the World Economic Forum’s Global Innovators Community on June 16, 2020, to participate in the activities of this select group of the world’s most promising scale-ups at the forefront of technological and business model innovation.
Only through the power of collaboration can we successfully solve our shared global challenges, therefore joining minds with the Forum’s community is one of CUJO AI’s most significant activities.
Announced as Technology Pioneers
This WEF community consists of early-stage companies from around the world that are involved in the design, development and deployment of new technologies and innovations, and are poised to have a significant impact on business and society.
Joining the Summer Davos in China
Einaras von Gravrock, CEO and founder of CUJO AI, attended the Summer Davos Annual Meeting in Tianjin, China, as one of the World’s next generation ambassadors. The key objective of the Annual Meeting was an outcome-oriented discussion on emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, and IoT.
Contributing to Panel on Quantum Computing & Cybersecurity
During the panel discussion Quantum Computing & Cybersecurity at the annual World Economic Forum Meeting held in Davos, our CEO shared his insights into the emerging cybersecurity challenges.
Joining the Global Innovators Community
Global Innovators are at the forefront of technological and business-model innovation and have the potential to make substantial long-term positive impact on business and society, in line with the Forum’s mission.
Projects With WEF
We are delighted to be working with the World Economic Forum and its Global Innovators community of thought leaders, CEOs, heads of state, academics, public figures, cultural leaders, and technology disruptors.
The Forum’s joint program with the University of Oxford is set to identify and communicate to senior leaders the emergent security risks and systemic challenges that will arise in the near future from next generation technology. This project is part of Shaping the Future of Cybersecurity and Digital Trust Platform.
The roadmap presents a blueprint for countries wishing to engage in cross-border data sharing, addressing legitimate concerns about security, privacy and sovereignty while enabling the development and use of data-intensive technologies such as AI and the internet of things.
WEF presents a number of cyber essentials: core cybersecurity requirements, a conceptual framework and guidelines to assess cyber risk for individual entrepreneurs and investors by analyzing cyber risk exposures, assessing cybersecurity preparedness capabilities, understanding the culture in an organization and availability to respond to cyber incidents.
The Toolkit supports companies in deciding whether and how to adopt particular approaches and in understanding the power of the technology to advance their business. Announcing the Pilot Phase of the toolkit in the Annual Meeting 2021, Davos. This project is a part of Shaping the Future of Technology Governance: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Platform.
The Model Framework is a living document that sets out two high-level guiding ethical principles to implementing AI. It has seen take-up and alignment from over fifteen organisations of all sizes internationally – financial giants such as DBS, HSBC, Mastercard and Visa, fintech firms such as Suade Labs, technology firms such as pymetrics, UCARE.AI and a school, Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
The WEF community paper covers the strategic concept of transforming digital identification into a collaborative and reliable ecosystem. It showcases innovative approaches to digital identity that are unlocking new business value for companies while empowering customers with control of their data and protection of their personal freedoms.
Over 150 leaders and experts in the cybersecurity, policy, regulation and technology fields met at the second annual World Economic Forum Annual Meeting on Cybersecurity in Geneva, Switzerland, to address three priorities: Strengthening global cooperation for digital trust and security, securing future digital networks and technology, and building skills and capabilities for the digital future. This project is part of Shaping the Future of Cybersecurity and Digital Trust Platform.