With only 10 years left in the 2030 Agenda, development practitioners need to innovate how they make decisions and solve problems. Such innovations can be enabled by intelligences, born from innovative uses of new technology. Although technology poses certain risks, evidence now shows that under specific circumstances the responsible use of technology can improve how organizations analyze problems, identify opportunities, make decisions, and achieve goals.
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