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Wrap up warm for AI Summer, or you might catch cold This article is sponsored by:

Some cautionary tales from the AI sector, which we may be trusting too deeply or too quickly for our own good.

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Web scraping bad, information harvesting good? Why there's a need for new legal frameworks in a data economy This article is sponsored by:

At the moment, the wrong laws are being used for the wrong reasons to protect inappropriate attempts at 'ownership' of data. Discuss!

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How to drive social impact in supply chains - the key is in a business community This article is sponsored by: coupa-logo

Leaders are being held directly accountable for the ESG impact of suppliers and subcontractors throughout their supply chain. Vincent Toesca of Coupa points to where the gaps are showing - and how to use the power of the business community.

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Budget 2022 - Chancellor sets ambition to turn UK into world’s ‘next Silicon Valley’ This article is sponsored by:

The British Government has an obsession with Silicon Valley that just doesn’t seem to fade - but perhaps it should be looking to its neighbors for closer research and innovation collaboration?

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Responsibility inside - Intel explains its framework for ethical AI development

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UK data protection - on the horns of many dilemmas This article is sponsored by:

Getting up to speed on the great data protection debate. Is the UK sailing ahead to a clear destination, or merely all at sea?

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How Janeiro Digital wants to ‘fix the Web’ - CEO and CTO interview This article is sponsored by:

Another company in the world of decentralized computing - Janeiro Digital - aims to bridge the gap from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0

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Robots hit the road to show UK manufacturing the way This article is sponsored by:

A robotics innovator talks about how UK manufacturing can position itself for the future

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Biden paves the way for 'Privacy Shield 2.0' with an Executive Order, but concerns are already being raised about what comes next This article is sponsored by:

Progress, of sorts, on a replacement transatlantic data agreement between Europe and the US. But is this latest attempt going to any more successful than its predecessors?

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An Icelandic saga for the sustainability crisis - why data centers in Iceland may have found their moment This article is sponsored by:

Iceland has made another pitch at providing a sustainable, low carbon answer to the carbon footprint problem. Does that mean every data center in Europe should hop across the North Atlantic? Probably not, but this time it does suggest that a goodly slice of that business should seriously consider the possibility

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A "truly bespoke British data protection regime" - blue meat thrown to activists as Brexit Britain takes aim at GDPR This article is sponsored by:

Britain's new political idiocracy makes its next move as dangerous data protection gamble is confirmed.

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