Fourth Industrial Revolution

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China is working with tech companies to enforce DCTs, which are operational in the country from restaurants to shopping malls. Image: REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Danbee Back

Researcher, KAIST-Korea Policy Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Cornelius Kalenzi

Postdoctoral Researcher, KAIST-Korea Policy Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Moonjung Yim

Postdoctoral Researcher, KAIST-Korea Policy Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

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DCTs: various uses, actors and data types Image: Authors' compilation
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