Tech winners keep on winning

By Ali Unwin, chief technology officer & fund manager, Neptune

Artificial intelligence, driverless cars, big data. As technological advancements – and disruption – increasingly dominate headlines, Ali Unwin sets out six key themes he is watching in 2017.

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