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Global Risk Review
In a significant legal precedent, a regional court in Germany has delivered the first judicial decision concerning cyber insurance in the country.
Intellectual property (IP) claims account for almost a fifth (18%) of the claims made by digital healthcare providers.
Employees who frequently interact with AI systems are more likely to experience loneliness that can lead to insomnia and increased after-work drinking, according to a new research published by the American Psychological Association.
The total number of climate change court cases has more than doubled since 2017 and is growing worldwide, according to a new report released by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University.
Companies acknowledge that it is cheaper to mitigate risk caused by deforestation but just one in 10 report taking sufficient action to do so, according to a new report published in July 2023.
US health insurer Cigna has been accused of automatically rejecting thousands of claims by using AI based algorithms although the California law requires each of the claim to be examined individually.
One in six asset and wealth management firms globally are expected to be ‘swallowed up’ or fall by the wayside by 2027 due to ‘existential challenges’, according to a new global survey by professional services firm PwC.
Threats to global food supplies are on the rise as climate change and associated events ravage agriculture production across the globe.
Even as global challenges are mounting, the world seems to be a little less anxious than previously according to a new report by Deloitte.
S&P Global Ratings will no longer publish ESG credit indicators for publicly rated entities in its reports.
The risks of agricultural harvest failures in multiple global breadbaskets have been underestimated by the world, according to a new study.