This year’s Web Summit, the world’s largest technology conference, what could be described as an Olympics tech in Lisbon, Portugal was attended in November by 70,000 people from 159 countries, with Estonian companies having a strong presence. Web Summit centred on the discussion around the opportunities for AI and ways in which the world’s economies and societies, in general, must prepare for the pending technological tsunami of change. In ten years, there will be robots in our stores, speakers at the summit predicted, and in the realm of education companies like Furhat Ro...
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