From David Cameron's stance on Brexit to will.i.am and his optimism goggles, here is some of the best footage of day two.
1. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble on the refugee crisis
Germany’s finance minister, Wolfgang Schauble, said there was a need to stem the flow of refugees into Europe in the first place, by investing “billions into those regions from which the refugees come”.
2. Special Address by Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron
In a special address, Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron said he wanted to “go out and campaign for Britain to stay in a reformed Europe”.
3. will.i.am on the 21st-century dream
"Who would have thought that a person from the projects would go around the world singing music, and risk all that money to start a consumer electronics company so I could show the kids in my neighbourhood that they should dream to be Steve Jobs, not just Stevie Wonder." Full session: http://wef.ch/73043
4. Special Session with Li Yuanchao
Li Yuanchao, Vice-President of China, spoke about the rebalancing of the Chinese economy in a special address.
5. What are AI and big data?
Could artificial machines be part of a company's board of directors by 2026?
6. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on the plight of migrants and refugees
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras voiced support for a future within the European Union in the session The Future of Europe.
The Annual Meeting is taking place in Davos from 20 to 23 January, under the theme “Mastering the Fourth Industrial Revolution”.
This story first appeared in the World Economic Forum blog Agenda.