This Bloomberg course looks at the importance and effectiveness of hydrogen as a fuel source, explains the different types of hydrogen, and speaks to major business owners about their switch to cleaner fuels.
The world has been forced into a ‘work from home’ experiment and the results are in.
Will Volkswagen be able to move fast enough to close the software gap with Tesla? Bloomberg’s Christoph Rauwald reports on how the German automaker is changing strategies.
From mobile phones to electric cars, batteries are the key to some of the biggest advances in the 21st century so far. But there’s one problem: we’re getting to the limits of what they can do.
In this edition of Bloomberg Green, we look at the Youth Climate Movement, meet some of their activists, learn about their concerns and the changes that they are fighting for.
An AI lab at Stanford has created powerful and controversial video manipulation and analysis technology. This episode of Hello World explores how this tool could be put to good use.
In this edition of Bloomberg Business course, we explore the process of carbon capture, a pioneering technology that involves catching CO2 from power plants before it can escape into the Earth’s atmosphere
Emily Chang joins Silicon Valley veterans from Google, Facebook and Pinterest, and Safiya Noble, author of a best-seller on bias in technology to discuss solutions social media’s impact on society.
In this edition of Bloomberg Studio 1.0, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and reflects on crucial role that the technology industry played in helping people, companies and governments stay connected during the pandemic.
This Money and Equality special brings together senior women in the U.K. financial industry to discuss how it can move forward, and the risks and opportunities for women and organizations.