A new generation of severe inequalities in human development are emerging, adding to the many unresolved ones, according to the UN Development Program (UNDP).

Speaking at the 2019 Human Development launch event held in the capital Ankara, the UNDP’s Turkey Director Claudio Tomasi said the climate crisis is hitting the poorest hardest.

He said new digital technologies such as automation and artificial intelligence brings into question whether it will enhance human development or create higher inequalities.

Tomasi underlined that the economic point of view is limiting the capacity to understand what inequality is all about.

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