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Digital twins: What are they and why do they matter?

Digital twins can be used to help make improvements in the world Image: Unsplash/Kelvin Han

Andrea Willige

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The market for digital twins is growing rapidly in a range of sectors. Image: Statista

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Food insecurity is on the rise around the world, but digital technologies could help to boost crop yields. Image: UN Food and Agriculture Organization

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