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Can we automate our way out of the savings crisis?

Automating pensions investment could stave off financial crisis for future generations. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Martha King

Chief Client Officer, Executive Vice-President and Head of the Infosys Retirement Services Center of Excellence, Infosys Limited

Mohit Joshi

President, Infosys


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