Fourth Industrial Revolution

From trade unions to NGOs: we all need a say in how tech is governed

Legal and social systems are struggling to keep up with technological advances. Image: George Kroeker/Unsplash

David Sangokoya

Head, Civil Society Impact, World Economic Forum

Lincoln Ajoku

Project Lead, Society and Innovation, World Economic Forum

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