Fourth Industrial Revolution

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Mobility technology is more than just autonomous vehicles, ride hailing and e-scooters and e-bikes. Image: Unsplash/Marat Mazitov

Neil G Sipe

Adjunct Researcher in Transport and Planning, The University of Queensland


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