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Thursday, May 17 • 14:30 - 15:45
The Fourth Industrial Revolution and civil society: Turning the tide from where we’re heading

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Civil society continues to evolve and adapt to champion human rights and strengthen the common good in a rapidly changing and fractured world. The Fourth Industrial Revolution introduces new challenges in the interconnectedness and scale of new technologies, dilemmas over protecting rights in a new commons, and innovations that take human rights beyond the level of humanity. How can civil society adapt its current innovation strategies to respond to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and work in partnership with business, governments and others towards human-centered, inclusive governance of emerging technologies?

This panel session will reflect on the World Economic Forum’s commitment towards a human-centred Fourth Industrial Revolution, and hear from key voices from Civil Society and beyond already responding to digital and emerging technologies.

Moderators
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Lisa Ventura

Project Specialist, Society and Innovation, World Economic Forum

Speakers
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Wafa Ben-Hassine

Policy Counsel, MENA, Access Now
Wafa Ben-Hassine is Access Now's MENA Policy Counsel. Access Now is a global organization that works to defend and extend the digital rights of users at rights.


Thursday May 17, 2018 14:30 - 15:45
204A

Attendees (112)