The “modern technology” that connects people across the world, including the internet, is a “universal human resource” and “universal network of relationships,” according to a new report by the non-profit World Economic Forum (WEF).

In a recent report, the WEF called on governments and corporations to “rethink how they leverage” modern technology to make their own connections, especially those that are linked to the global economy.

“The Internet is the ultimate digital nexus that connects us across the globe, not just individuals and households, but the global system as a whole,” the report said.

“There is no single entity that is uniquely connected to the internet.”

The report is a part of WEF’s “Digital Hubs” series, a year-long effort to promote new ideas, research and policy proposals aimed at helping the world’s global economy grow.

The WEF, which is an organization of more than 600 governments, corporations, and academic institutions, has been pushing governments to adopt policies to foster more interconnectivity between the global economic system and society.

The “global network of partnerships” is a global, interdependent network of information, technology, and finance, the report’s authors wrote.

They called it “a new era in global connectivity.”

The WEFs Global Network of Partnerships project, released in November, was one of the first major efforts in recent years to focus on how to help the world move beyond the past, the future, and the past.

It included a report in February titled “The Great Divide: How to Make the World Better.”

The project, which was co-authored by the WEFs International Trade and Development Center and the World Bank, called for developing “new networks of global connections.”

The authors cited the “modern-era” as an important starting point for the “digital hubs” initiative.

In the report, they said, “the internet has changed the world.

It has given us the power to move from our own digital footprints into a global network of connectivity.

It provides us with the opportunity to build networks of trust, trust in the system, and trust in each other.”

They also said the internet has transformed our understanding of the world as a shared experience of interconnectedness.

“Digital hubs” are designed to connect individuals and communities across the planet through a shared platform of data and technology, they wrote.

“It is now possible to share information and experience the world from a global perspective.”

The internet “has changed the way we live,” they wrote, describing the “new era” of connectivity that is now happening across the whole world.

They cited the internet as a global “digital nexus that is unique to the 21st century.”

The “new age” of interconnected information and communications “will bring new opportunities to connect people, connect businesses, and build economies across the global continent,” they said.

The global internet is now “more than a ‘digital nexus.'”

It’s a “global, interdependence network of connections” that has enabled a “new way of thinking about the world.”

“We are now at a turning point in human history, in which we can build a digital hub that is both universal and interdependent,” the authors wrote, citing the global internet as an example.

They highlighted the importance of “the role of the internet in shaping our lives” and said, “[We are] witnessing an unprecedented transformation in our understanding and understanding of each other.

It is now more than a digital nexus.”

The Internet is a Global Network, They wrote.

It connects us to each other across the earth and we are now able to connect businesses and governments and all the people of the globe.

We are witnessing a global revolution in our relationship to the world of commerce.

They also noted that the internet “is transforming our understanding, understanding and relationships with each other, the world at large, and all our global connections.

We can now better understand and act upon the consequences of our actions, rather than relying on the wisdom of the past.”

In the new millennium, the global connectivity was “driven by the digital revolution,” the WEs report said, and it “has enabled us to build new global networks.”

The global economy, the authors said, is now moving into a new “period of transformation.”

“The internet is the future of economic growth,” they concluded.

“But the transformation is not just about economic growth.

It’s about a whole host of social, environmental, and cultural changes that are transforming how we live, work, and play in the world we live in.”

The new millennium is also ushering in a new era of interdiversity, the study said, highlighting the importance for the world to recognize and respect the “influences and influences of different cultural, ethnic, and religious groups.”

They cited as examples the “Arab Spring,” which brought about “social, political, economic, and other changes” and the emergence of new “global civilisations.”

“It’s now clear that the