The Fourth Industrial Revolution is projected to unlock $3.7 trillion in economic value by 2025. How could it also help close the vast income and wealth gaps that opened in the wake of the digital age?
On the Forum Agenda:
– Alternative taxation models
– Basic income models
– Data ownership
This session was developed in partnership with Deutsche Welle.
– Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director, Oxfam International, Kenya.
– Hilary Cottam, Author and Entrepreneur, Centre for the Fourth Social Revolution, United Kingdom; Young Global Leader.
– Amitabh Kant, Chief Executive Officer, National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog, India.
– Robert E. Moritz, Global Chairman, PwC International, PwC, USA.
– Subramanian Rangan, The Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Court Endowed Chair in Societal Progress, INSEAD, France.
– Sarah Kelly, Anchor-at-Large, Deutsche Welle, USA
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