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One key mindset shift is driving  global innovation for the planet

Digital sensor and analytics technologies as well as artificial intelligence are helping to make the University of Birmingham Edgbaston and Dubai campuses into the world’s smartest global campuses and a living lab for data, innovation and connectivity. Image: Emma Gossett/Unsplash

Judith Wiese

Chief People and Sustainability Officer and Member of the Managing Board, Siemens

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Harnessing the full potential of digitalisation and automation can improve energy and resource efficiency. Image: Siemens

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