Fourth Industrial Revolution

As technology advances, here's how to make sure no one is left behind

Pause for thought: if you need an app to get around, what happens to those who can't use smartphones? Image: REUTERS/Jason Lee

Ken Hu

Deputy Chairman, Huawei Technologies

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