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Antonio Bicchi

We will create robots which are no longer massive and rigid but softer, using plastics and elastic materials that resemble the structures found in human bodies

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    Andrew McAfee

    If anyone had asked us ten years ago to guess what would happen over the next ten years, we would have been deeply wrong

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      The age of intelligent machines

      Humankind is moving from an information age to the age of intelligent machines, with consequences for the world of work, the economy and society. The transition is driven by the explosion in the amount of digital data that is now available, artificial intelligence (AI) programmes that can analyse the data for the benefit of humanity, […]

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      Piero Gandini

      My father gave me a lot of responsibility for the development of the Flos brand, and also the freedom to make mistakes – a most precious gift.

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        Marie-Amélie Jacquet

        We spend a lot of time discussing governance, finding ways to talk together so that we can speak with one voice. It’s a lot of work, but we all get along together — which is not always the case with large family businesses

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          Family brands

          In the summer issue of Pictet Report, we feature some well-known heritage brands and the stories of the families still at their helm after having weathered global crises, wars and succession issues.

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          Health and technology

          Health matters to all of us: we want to live longer and better lives as our standards of living rise. In this issue of Pictet Report, we take a look at some exciting developments in the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses, and at new models for providing affordable and accessible healthcare. The most significant factor […]

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          The food, beverage and hospitality industry

          The food and beverage industry is one that is highly favoured by many investors. Shares in its companies can offer attractive returns over the longer term, with less volatility than those of other sectors. Because of their non-cyclical features, food and beverage companies are often described as defensive investments that retain their value in good […]

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