Emerging Technologies

Why we need to embrace the tech backlash

A child climbs onto a giant mockup laptop keyboard during a promotion event at a shopping centre in Beijing, China July 28, 2016.  REUTERS/Thomas Peter     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY      - D1BETSEJXJAB

How companies respond to debate and foster public trust is the next big challenge for tech Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Hilary Sutcliffe
Director, SocietyInside
Conrad von Kameke
Director, TIGTech
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