Artificial Intelligence

Here’s why Latin Americans will thrive in the age of the robots

Miniature robots play soccer as participants look on during the World Robot Olympiad at a convention center in San Rafael de Alajuela, Costa Rica November 10, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate - RC12C2CC65D0

In Latin America, consumers have shown a world-leading appetite to engage with new digital tools. Image: REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate - RC12C2CC65D0

Leonardo Framil
CEO Latin America, Accenture
Armen Ovanessoff
Principal Director, Accenture Research
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