Tech can be used to help address societal challenges such as food waste, traffic collisions, and type-2 diabetes. New research by Accenture and Frontier Economics uses a 'total value canvas' to show the scale of the social and economic value at stake—and uncovers how business, government and non-profits can work together to apply new technology to improve the way the world works and lives.
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