How 4IR is enabling policy-making for a more sustainable and agile future

An exhibit symbols the fourth industrial revolution "industry 4.0" at the Hannover Fair. Image: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

Stefanie M. Falconi

WEF Fellow to Global Future Council, Senior Researcher at Igarape Institute

Rebecca King

Engagement Lead, World Economic Forum


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