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THE emergence of disruptive technologies, pursued after the Covid-19 outbreak, has intensified the world’s adoption of automation and digitalisation to embrace new ways of doing things.

The pandemic has severely affected the economy and financial markets with significant reduction of income, rise in unemployment and disruption to both supply and demand in an interconnected global economy.

Industries are forced to accelerate the adoption of new technologies in developing better approaches to mitigate negative business impacts. At a time of lackluster productivity due to controlled public movements, automation and digitisation provide the much-needed business boost for steady continuity in the waves of risky disruptions.

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