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Lisa Sion, Cloudera, 4/28/2017
Cloudera's Lisa Sion (below) looks at the impact of technologies such as IoT, machine learning and blockchain on the healthcare sector.
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InÚs Escribano, Catchoom, 4/26/2017
Ines Escribano (below) from Catchoom discusses how technology developments such as augmented reality are impacting the retail sector.
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Ray Le Maistre, International Group Editor, 4/25/2017
On paper, launching an internal startup to focus on cutting edge technology R&D might seem like a good idea to a company such as Oracle, which is advertising up to 50 jobs aimed at attracting the tech industry's bright young things.
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Antony Savvas, 4/24/2017
"London is and works hard to remain a smart city." That's according to Mayor of London's office, which, in the same digital breath, boasts that "London's tech market is the largest in Europe. There are 40,000 digital businesses and 200,000 employees in London's technology sector."
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Leah Kinthaert, 4/21/2017
You hear a great deal about the acceleration of technology and how it may adversely affect the global workforce in the coming years; almost every week a new article promises that doctors, lawyers and accountants and (gasp!) even technology journalists will be replaced by robots and artificial intelligence (AI) applications.
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The Staff, 4/21/2017
June might seem a long way off right now, but London Tech Week, which runs June 12-16, 2017, is only seven weeks away and its ambassadors are stepping up to highlight why more than 55,000 tech experts are set to converge on the UK capital to network, learn and debate the impact of cutting-edge technology developments on the digital society of the future.
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Ray Le Maistre, International Group Editor, 4/20/2017
International telecoms operator Orange stuck its flag in the artificial intelligence (AI) turf Thursday with the launch of a banking service that includes a self-learning "virtual assistant."
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Samantha Starmer, 4/19/2017
Samantha Starmer, formerly VP Global Digital Experiences at Ralph Lauren, discusses artificial intelligence design in the second installment of a three-part series. Here, she focuses on how AI can provide real value for end users.
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Ray Le Maistre, International Group Editor, 4/18/2017
Virtual reality is taking something of a hit this year following a year of major hype that failed to result in staggering sales of VR headsets (about 2 million in the whole of 2016, with high prices and lack of content mainly to blame, it seems).
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