Human Rights

How do we build an ethical framework for the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

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We need a broader discussion about the societies in which we wish to live. Image: Reuters/Chris Wattie

Hilary Sutcliffe
Director, SocietyInside
Anne-Marie Allgrove
Head, Global Information Technology and Communications Industry, Baker McKenzie
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