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Massimo Redaelli: Shifting Back to the 'Human Factor' in the 'Digital Age'

We have already empowered humans with the best technology that has ever been seen, so why not start using that tool to drive further changes: changes in the way we employ this technology and also in the way we interact among ourselv...
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