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It's not limited to wealthy, developed nations.
Where there's efficiency, there's economics.
Artificial intelligence and the internet of things hold promise, but it will take collaboration to bring long-term, systemic change.
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These changes are rapid, complex, interconnected, uncertain and nonlinear. How will they affect your business?
The technology has recommended strategies that hadn't occurred to its human counterparts.