Technological Transformation

Forget IQ. Digital intelligence will be what matters in the future

Digital intelligence (or DQ) is crucial to prevent the spread of fake news and protect children from online threats. Image: Reuters/Adnan Abidi

Claudio Cocorocchia

Platform Curator, Shaping the Future of Media, Information and Entertainment, World Economic Forum Geneva

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