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A strategic partnership promoting responsible and equitable 4IR technology
of consumers think 4IR technology makes life easier
of executives believe they’re in a race with competitors to extract value from data
are worried about data privacy and security
of CISOs and CIOs say they increased security training as a result of COVID-19
As one of the strategic partners with The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, PwC continues to build on a relationship with the WEF by sharing experience, skills and insights to help promote a safer, more equitable society. Together, we’ve collaborated on initiatives ranging from anti-corruption to climate change.
Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) technologies impact people and entities around the world. Our continuing partnership with the Centre examines how technology can be designed and deployed in ways that help protect the interests, security and safety of all people.
We are working side by side with other companies and governments to help develop governance protocols and frameworks on the topics of AI, IoT and data policy. Three PwC fellows are engaged in these three disciplines led by PwC principals Anand Rao, Rob Mesirow and Jane Allen. These workstreams explore how 4IR technologies build on PwC’s portfolio of 4IR-related thought leadership, research and insights. They are also central to our partnership with WEF: to help promote ethically deployed technologies for the betterment of society—and particularly for the benefit of future generations.
Hear how artificial intelligence (AI) is being deployed to support societies through a recovery of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hear how the success of AI hinges on governing and mitigating the risks and biases this technology can usher in.