The Fourth Industrial Revolution: what it means, how to respond

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution, combined with other socioeconomic and demographic changes, is transforming the way people live and thrive in society.  These innovations and developments will cause a projected net loss of over five million jobs in the course of five to ten years. 

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