March 2, 2016Michael Sutherland-Shaw
Dr. Nagy Hanna is an author, educator, public speaker, and global expert on digital transformation and innovation strategies.
Dr. Hanna will lead a session on how the Fourth Industrial Revolution may disrupt business and government. The “future of work” will change dramatically because of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and robotics that replaces jobs. In addition, increased adoption of digital technology to enable country growth introduces financial, physical security threats. There is increasing concern about privacy and the ethics of government and corporate surveillance. This session will focus on how governments can reduce the economic, social and technology threats associated with emerging digital technology.
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