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5 ways collective intelligence can help beat coronavirus in developing countries

As COVID-19 starts to threaten less developed economies, it's vital we support these in any way we can. Image: Shutterstock

Kathy Peach

Head of the Centre for Collective Intelligence Design, Nesta

Ian Gray

PhD candidate, University of Exeter

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