Global leaders are all a-twitter about Twitter. While they don’t know whether to fear it or embrace it, they are running to catch up with the change triggered by Twitter, Facebook, and other social media.
The power of technological change is one of the few points of agreement to emerge from the meetings of business, non-profit, and government leaders at the World Economic Forum(WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. Questions of how to revive economies, create jobs, regulate banks, deal with pandemics, reverse climate change, or close the gender gap are contentious, and action is often stalled. Meanwhile, technology marches briskly onward.
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