Fourth Industrial Revolution

2030: from technology optimism to technology realism

We need to unlock the potential of technology for our toughest challenges Image: UNSPLASH/David Iskander

Dr Celine Herweijer

Group Chief Sustainability Officer, HSBC

Antonia Gawel

Head, Climate; Deputy Head, Centre for Nature & Climate Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

Anne Marie Engtoft Larsen

Knowledge Lead, Science and Technology Studies, World Economic Forum Geneva

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