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One of the great issues of the next 30 years will be the expansion of artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on the way in which we live. Robots offer opportunities and anxieties – to free people from drudgery while at the same time taking their jobs.

We stand on the threshold of a new industrial revolution, which has the potential to enrich mankind just as past upheavals have done. Governments must decide to what extent they encourage this or stand in its way. Above all, we need to know that they are taking this phenomenon seriously and planning for its ramifications.

In Davos, the world’s political and business leaders will fret over whether the loss of millions of jobs could undermine social cohesion. The way states respond to governing and taxing technologies and borderless business will be high on the agenda.

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