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John Thornhill

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    For many people, cars are an extension of their identity, a mechanical symbol of freedom

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    Yuval Noah Harari’s new book imagines a future in which machines take charge

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    Betting on innovation to fix a region in which suspicions run so deep may seem an act of blind faith

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    Investors are scrambling to understand how technology will enable wealth to be created and destroyed

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    We should be wary of those predicting the future impact of technology

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  • 10/10/16--08:45: Technology eats the truth
  • The paradox is that veracity has never been easier to unearth or disseminate: life is on the record

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    Government institutions need to protect us as citizens as much as consumers

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    Humans may remain useful but the service is vulnerable to a competitive backlash

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    Calls to cut immigration must be squared with the industry’s need to remain open

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    Reluctance to buy into ideas is harming the economy and stunting innovation

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    Public concern about snooping and criminal uses has to be addressed quickly

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    We can take lessons from London’s ferrymen, made obsolete by bridges and transport

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    Can a business go from conception to launch in a few weeks?

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    Technology is all-conquering but it may be time for the consumer to take back control

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    It shocks many Americans that their president-elect has so wildly denounced the press

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    The digital economy has disrupted R&D and good ideas are stuck in the lab

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    Politicians spy a chance to attract ‘refugees’ from an increasingly nationalistic US

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    A new ‘virtual workforce’ is enhancing the productivity of human intelligence

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    A ‘data tax’ on Google, Facebook and Amazon would stimulate real competition

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    Facebook chief encounters unfocused calls for fresh regulation from oscillating Senators

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