This ontological inequality will separate those who adapt from those who resist – the material winners and losers in all senses of the word. The winners may even benefit from some form of radical human improvement generated by certain segments of the fourth industrial revolution (such as genetic engineering) from which the losers will be deprived. This risks creating class conflicts and other clashes unlike anything we have seen before. An excerpt from The Fourth Industrial Revolution by Klaus Schwab, executive chairman of the World Economic Forum.
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This ontological inequality will separate those who adapt from those who resist...