The world is in the midst of a fast-moving, Fourth Industrial Revolution (also known as
4IR or Industry 4.0), driven by digital innovation in the use of data, information, and
technology. This revolution is affecting everything from how we communicate, to where
and how we work, to education and health, to politics and governance. COVID-19 has
accelerated this transformation as individuals, companies, communities, and
governments move to virtual engagement. We are still discovering the advantages and
disadvantages of a digital world.
This paper outlines an initiative that would allow the United States, along with a range
of public and private partners, to seize the opportunity to reduce the digital divide
between nations and people in a way that benefits inclusive economic advancement in
low- and middle-income countries, while also advancing the economic and strategic
interests of the United States and its partner countries.

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