As the Internet turns forty, we must invest in digital skills to make London the epicentre of a new wave of innovation

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By Elena Siniscalco The modern Internet as we know it officially turned middle-aged on the first day of January 2023. It’s no exaggeration to say it has transformed our human existence. From online learning and dating, to managing our finances and making each other laugh, the degree to which the Internet has shaped our lives in a relatively short amount of time is immeasurable. When people turn 40, it’s common for many to take stock of how things are going, and where things might need to change. Forty years since the inception of the Internet, where will the next seismic wave of innovation in …

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