Fourth Industrial Revolution

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Microsoft is setting the example, from tools to make sure emails are created accessibly to closed captioning functions in its communication platform, Teams. Image: REUTERS/Aly Song

Ching-Shiuan Jiang

Community Specialist , International Organisations and Humanitarian Agenda

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Ching-Shiuan Jiang
Demographic analysis of the disability market Image: 2020 Annual Report: The Global Economics of Disability, Return on Disability Group

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