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World Economic Forum Sep 17
The Fourth Industrial Revolution could spell more jobs – not fewer
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Harold Sinnott 🇺🇸 Sep 16
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Claire Harris Sep 17
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UNIDO 2m
Have you missed the 4th ? An annual event devoted to encourage knowledge sharing and connectivity among cities, this year’s event explored the impact of & how technology-driven innovation can facilitate the transition towards smart city dev. Check it out!
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Dark Sergey Sep 19
TFW the neo-billionaire class of cube collectors won’t invite you to the month long Yacht party
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Academic_Solutions Sep 18
Coding and robotics event coming soon
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Harold Sinnott 🇺🇸 Sep 18
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Helene Li ✨🍀 Sep 18
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Mike Quindazzi ✨ Sep 12
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The Fried Anon Sep 18
Honestly, I'd be fuckin shocked if wasn't top 10 by the end of October. There's just too much good shit happening, it's just a matter of time. Stay patient and DO NOT SELL because we all know... THEY DO NOT WANT YOU IN THEIR CLUB!
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Mike Quindazzi ✨ Sep 17
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Mike Quindazzi ✨ Sep 11
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Jean-Yves Gonin Sep 12
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The Bootcamp started today at Bunihub. We would like to extend our appreciation to for sponsoring our event!
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ParrotAI 17h
Discussing how AI technology can be used to solve our local challenges at Bootcamp. Key point: AI hype is huge in social media, we need to research and identify areas where the technology can be adopted in context.
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