Driving Technological Convergence Toward a
Human-Centered Digital Economy
The Digital Economist Center of Excellence on Human-centered Digital Economy pools creativity, innovation and intellectual power. The Center of Excellence builds actionable insights, best practices, frameworks, guidance and tools. The driving force is a curated community of Fellows who engage in an ongoing discourse on pivotal ideas and knowledge. The Center of Excellence attracts diverse senior business leaders, innovators, technologists and research scientists from across the globe.
Entrepreneurs in Training (EITs) are dynamic young people – current college students, recent graduates and early-stage professionals – who can contribute to and benefit from hands-on training in building digital-first and digital-only businesses in pursuit of a human-centered digital economy that is just and equitable.
With the global population facing multiple man-made crises that threaten our existence and the wellbeing of the planet, using science and technology to serve human needs is no longer a choice – it's a necessity. Integrating data science into real-world human behavior holds the key to our future. Gather insights into leveraging data for post-crisis resilience: society, economy, work. The Digital Economist has launched the Speaker Series to drive radical collaboration between global action leaders on the most urgent topics and challenges we face today: climate, health, society, economics.
With the goal to bridge the accessibility gap in purpose-driven entrepreneurship, the Digital Product under development is aimed at building resilient and antifragile companies aligned with our core vision of a human-centered digital economy.
We are building an innovative service model focused on macroeconomic relevance and the role of emerging technologies in driving the next wave of global economic transformation. It provides a framework for a new human-centered digital economy by identifying new key metrics and diagnostic tools for our current socioeconomic and technological systems, drawing tools from social physics, network science, complexity science, market design, data science and economic modeling.