La société est fracturée. Voilà ce que les jeunes et les entrepreneurs sociaux veulent faire à ce sujet.

Zipline CEO Keller Rinaudo speaks to Reuters during interview at their operation base in Muhanga, south of Rwanda's capital Kigali where Zipline, a California-based robotics company delivered their first blood to patients using a drone October 12, 2016. Picture taken October 12, 2016. REUTERS/James Akena - D1BEUHXHDHAA

La société de livraison de drones de Keller Rinaudo - Zipline - effectue des livraisons de sang de dernière minute au Rwanda. Image: REUTERS/James Akena

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