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With virtual reality just around the corner, augmented reality in the pipeline, algorithms coupled with Big Data and the Internet of Things personalising our online and offline environment, and continuous progress in machine learning and Artificial Intelligence, this makes for a cocktail which will revolutionise the way we use the Internet and our devices, creating both new opportunities and new risks.

Read our Policy briefing Current challenges and the impact of digitalisation on families – published for the 2016 OECD Digital Economy Ministerial Meeting.

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