The digital and technology revolution is a force for good in society, but we must all address the impending impact and any unintended consequences it may cause.
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Predictions abound about what technology will do to our lives over the next few decades. From self-driving cars to artificial intelligence, there is a great deal of public debate about what the impact of the digital revolution will be.
The digital economy currently creates jobs three times faster than the rest of the economy. Estimates suggest that artificial intelligence could boost productivity by 25% by the year 2035, giving us dramatically different ways to work and live.
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Businesses are racing to embrace the use of artificial intelligence in their products and services, but there is a right and wrong way to use it, argues Philippa Foster Back of the Institute of Business Ethics.