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The World Ahead 2024: five stories to watch out for

What are the stories set to shape 2024? From the biggest election year in history, to how to control AI and even taxis that fly, The Economist offers its annual look at the world ahead.

00:00 - The World Ahead 2024
00:33 - Vital votes
03:34 - Taxis take off
07:10 - AI rules
10:19 - Industry cleans up?
13:48 - BRICS build

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Europe, a laggard in AI, seizes the lead in its regulation:

Taiwan’s presidential election will be a three-way race after all:

China is watching closely who will be Taiwan’s next president:

Decarbonisation of industrial activities is beginning:

The BRICS are expanding:

A global agency to oversee AI is a tall order:

China approves the world’s first flying taxi:

The world wants to regulate AI, but does not quite know how:

Flying taxis could soon be a booming business:

The BRICS bloc is riven with tensions:

A Finnish firm thinks it can cut industrial carbon emissions by a third:
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