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D-Day for digital, deckchairs and Dorries as UK Government introduces new science and tech state department This article is sponsored by:

The latest UK Government reshuffle of responsibilities gives digital to a new department. Good idea?

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The Britcoin - would a UK CBDC be cash’s last stand against private money? This article is sponsored by:

Decoding the Bank of England’s consultation document on creating a central bank digital currency (CBDC) - what’s the point of the digital pound?

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ESG start-ups - the rise of novel, not re-hashed, tech This article is sponsored by:

Spend a day listening to VC pitches and you’ll see some interesting concepts and business models. Spend a day checking out ESG-focused VC pitches and you see things that can make a huge impact on this Earth. Here’s my experience of such a pitch session and a glimpse where tech and capital should be going.

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Drones 2023 - what enables or prevents their take-off at scale? This article is sponsored by:

The latest developments in unmanned aviation raise some interesting questions about the possibilities and challenges involved in filling the skies with drones.

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Spooky! UK security services found guilty of data misuse. (So it’s not just the Americans!) This article is sponsored by:

The UK domestic security force has been found wanting when it comes to data surveillance and retention over an extended period of time - the sort of thing their US counterparts are more usually accused of.

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Online Safety Bill - proposed Ministerial influence over regulator could lead to ‘deals done in corridors’ This article is sponsored by:

The Online Safety Bill is the British Government’s attempt at using legislation to make the UK the ‘safest place in the world to be online’. But concerns are being raised about Ministerial reach.

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Poor data integration could be stymying your sustainability This article is sponsored by: Software AG logo © Software AG

Data integration is a key part of the connection to reporting and monitoring on sustainability. But getting there is also a challenge for businesses. Stefan Sigg of Software AG sets out some practical pathways.

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Generative AI - will it be summer for humanity? Or a legal winter for vendors? This article is sponsored by:

An epochal discussion at the World Economic Forum on generative AI prompts the question: will AI vendors be sued by every content creator on the planet?

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Davos 2023 - does tokenization solve any real-world problems? This article is sponsored by:

The World Economic Forum hosts an important debate that exposes the core beliefs and challenges of tokenization and the Web 3.0 world

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