Fourth Industrial Revolution

How can policy keep pace with the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Agile governance is needed in an era when blockchain and AI are changing life as we know it. Image: Reuters/Toby Melville

Kris Broekaert

Government Affairs Lead, World Economic Forum

Victoria A. Espinel

President and Chief Executive Officer, BSA - The Software Alliance

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A selfie with Pepper, a robot from French company Aldebaran. Image: Reuters/Mike Blake
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A user demonstrates an Brain Robotics AI-powered prosthetic hand. Image: Reuters/Rick Wilking

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