Davos Agenda 2022

Here's how we can bridge the 'data divide' for a more equitable future

Due to the data divide, data is predominantly used to create commercial value, rather than to solve pressing problems such as climate change and global inequalit Image: Myriam Jessier for Unsplash

Teresa Carlson
President, Chief Growth Officer, Splunk Inc.
Kriss Deiglmeier
Chief Social Impact Officer , Splunk Inc.
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