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World leaders discuss risks of social unrest from advances in technology
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we examine the fears raised at the World Economic Forum in Davos over the potential for social unrest as new technology such as AI transforms working practices and eliminates jobs. We hear from the CIO at the World Health Organization about how IT helped tackle the Ebola crisis. And we look at progress in companies adopting big data analytics. Read the issue now.
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Politicians and business leaders will discuss the risks posed by technology to jobs, political stability and cyber security at the World Economic Forum in Davos
Marc Touitou joined the World Health Organization as CIO at the time of the Ebola outbreak in Africa. He promptly set about being a catalyst for change
The McKinsey Global Institute has revisited its path-breaking 2011 big data report, finding a new salience for machine learning, and most companies under-capitalising their data