Over the next decade, processors, networks, robots, and sensors will become dramatically more powerful and cost effective, while the institutional barriers to effective utilization will disappear. As a result, the Deployment Phase of the Digital Techno-Economic Revolution will unfold, transforming the ways matter and energy create value for consumers. What will this mean for the nature of the workforce and the jobs performed? What threats and opportunities will emerge? Who will be the winners and losers? We’ll show you.
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