Fourth Industrial Revolution

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A remotely controlled robot OriHime-D, developed by Ory Lab Inc. to promote employment of disabled people, uses its voice communication function to interact with staff members at a cafe in Tokyo, Japan November 26, 2018.  REUTERS/Issei Kato - RC1EDAD161D0

Companies can use automation to expand enterprise and serve the workforce. Image: REUTERS/Issei Kato

Renee McGowan
Chief Executive Officer, Asia, Mercer (Marsh McLennan)
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