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(Source: Confederation of Danish Industries) This is the final part of series of articles about the digital society of the future - and the importance of digitalisation for the individual, the business community and society at large. The point of departure for the series was the magazine 'Win the Future' published by Mandag Morgen for the Confederation of Danish Industry. In the magazine, some of the world's sharpest minds offer their unique perspective on digitalisation. Find links to previous articles in the text below. He has been through the whole process himself. In many ways, David Helgason's personal story is the ultimate illustration of the past decade's technological gold fever....
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