Nadia Thalmann of the Institute for Media Innovation, Nanyang Technological University, talks about the development of social robots which "learn" social skills.
It's time to rotate into dividend-oriented names and companies that are less U.S.-focused, says Michael Yoshikami of Destination Wealth Management.
Companies that replace or entertain humans are leading disruptor bets, says Viktor Shvets, head of Asian Strategy, Macquarie Securities Group
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's profits and valuations look "more sustainable than ever", says Gil Luria of D.A. Davidson & Co.
Initial coin offerings are growing, but hurdles at the regulatory and operational levels remain before wider acceptance, says Itamar Har-even, co-founder and co-CEO of Ion Pacific.
Asian markets opened lower on Friday following hefty losses on Wall Street as investors grew concerned over the Trump administration's ability to enact policy.
Ping An has developed advanced artificial intelligence and software tools to settle claims without human intervention, says James Garner, chief strategist, Ping An Insurance Group.
Terrorists in Spain and Europe had convened in Catalonia in the past, says Oliver Wack of Control Risks.
Investors have written off the implementation of most of the Trump administration's economic agenda, says Jack Ablin of BMO Private Bank.
Bike-sharing companies are one of the hottest technologies in mainland China, but Hong Kong just got its first version in April.
The use of robots in the hospitality sector helps service staff perform their jobs better, says Steve Cousins, CEO of Savioke.
Andrew Ticehurst of Nomura Australia outlines how Australia is just one part of a broader trend of countries experiencing growth without inflation.
However, the Fed continues to face a dilemma over low inflation despite the strong labor market, says Tuan Huynh of Deutsche Bank Wealth Management.
Robbert Van Trooijen, APAC CEO of Maersk Line, discusses the shipping line's latest earnings and says he's confident trade will continue to grow.
Asian markets were mixed in early Thursday trade, with the Nikkei 225 the only market trading below the flat line at the open.
Th ongoing political theatrics in the U.S. are quickly correlated into major markets for better or worse, says Mark Matthews, head of Research Asia, Bank Julius Baer.
The move to re-open NAFTA is a reaction to the negative impact on jobs in wages in all three countries, says Robert Scott, senior international economist and director of International Programs, Economic Policy Institute.
Tencent has a strong pipeline of mobile games that will do well in China, but reaching a wider international audience may take time, says Henry Guo, analyst, China Internet and Media, M Science.
The markets are watching Republican support in Congress for Trump's economic agenda on tax cuts, deregulation and infrastructure spending, says Jim Swanson, chief investment strategist, MFS Investment Management.
Mid-sized cities with developed economies and low population densities performed well in the index, says Stefano Scuratti of EIU Consulting.