One of the attractions at the World Economic Forum this year is YouTube’s “Davos Conversation” booth. But it’s easy to miss – positioned in one of the dozens of passageways within the Congress Centre you might walk right by the small row of non-descript monitors and stools. That is until you notice the likes of Bono, Henry Kissinger or Intel’s Craig Barrett speaking into a small camera. YouTube is asking the “Davos Question” — “What one thing do you think that countries, companies or individuals must do to make the world a better place in 2008?” Any and all Davos attendees or any YouTube users are invited to answer this question (yes, even you). Craig’s take on this one was simple – Education. Check out the video here. And for more of Intel’s point of view – you can also check out videos from Intel’s Bruce Sewell, VP and General Counsel – and also Will Swope, VP of Corporate Affairs.
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