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Harnessing the fourth Industrial Revolution

Optimising digital skills and technologies could generate US$2t of additional global economic output by 2020.

Amazon, Uber, Airbnb and Facebook have reshaped multiple markets by using the network effect of bringing suppliers, customers and partners together to deliver new forms of value.

THE digital economy is bigger than you think. Much bigger. Some call it the Second Machine Age. The Germans refer to it as Industry 4.0. In Davos, the World Economic Forum has crowned it the 4th Industrial Revolution. No one is playing down the future impact of digital, but there is a danger...