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AI: AUGMENTATION MORE SO THAN AUTOMATION

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A managerial perspective on how firms can effectively deploy human minds and intelligent machines in the workplace.

The take-up of Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled systems in organisations is expanding rapidly. Integrating AI-enabled automation with people into workplace processes and societal systems is a complex and evolving challenge.

From the Editor

OF TAILWINDS AND HEADWINDS

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Long-time readers of these pages are more than familiar with disruption, and the current shift in the world’s economic and political tectonic plates is assuming even greater interest for many of us.

At The Helm

OF CHINA, INDIA, AND A TEMPERED GLOBAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK

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Global Chief Economist of The Economist Intelligence Unit, Simon Baptist, discusses trends that are likely to shape the future global economic outlook, in this interview with Alvin Lee.

2018 is shaping up to be an interesting year for global economics. How do the coming months look for China and India, the world’s most populous countries?

Vantage Point

REAPING LONG-TERM GAINS FROM VIETNAM'S LAND REFORMS

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Agriculture in Vietnam is in need of flexibility, efficiency, modernisation and innovation.

The economic growth and development that has taken place in Vietnam over the last three decades has been quite remarkable and has helped lift the nation out of extreme poverty.

Industry Watch

THE CHANGING FACE OF FAMILY BUSINESS

Volume 5 Issue 1

Transformation is the new normal for next-gen family businesses.

Times are changing for family businesses around the world. It is no longer business as usual–at least not as far as the next generation is concerned. Increasingly, next-generation leaders are leading their family businesses into new sectors, new products, new services, and new territories. They are testing out new business models, going global, and embracing digitalisation.

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