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Wearable tech will measure workers’ true productivity, supercharging capitalism
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Digital transformation is both an opportunity and a threat
Ford makes surprise choice for driverless car venture
Cloned advisers may provide ‘a kind of high-touch service at scale’
Daniel Kalt’s avatar will extend the bank’s services — but can it talk about Brexit?
The growing competition between the US and China in deep-tech fields such as artificial intelligence and machine learning will have an impact on the contest for military superiority, the international trading system and the ruling Chinese Communist party
Automated advice that mimics humans frees up lawyers as firms explore AI
Urban leaders must prepare for a new working landscape
Schools will need to teach know-how, not know-what