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Row, row robo-boats, gently down the data stream - a new age of autonomous shipping sets sail This article is sponsored by:

The UK is helping a robot launch a future vision of autonomous sea transport. What are the advantages and risks of this new technology?

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Enteprise hits and misses - decentralized finance wins buzzword bingo, personalization gets questioned, and climate reporting heats up This article is sponsored by:

This week - decentralized finance wins buzzword bingo, but is it an enterprise disruptor? A personalization report issues benchmarks, and raises questions. Time for AI ethics - as a free service? Thanks to the Twitterati, the whiffs keep coming.

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Coupa Inspire - price benchmarking for ocean freight, Scope 3 emissions reporting This article is sponsored by:

As the annual Coupa Inspire event begins, the BSM vendor introduces price benchmarking for ocean freight and Scope 3 emissions tracking, among other new features.

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From autonomous cars to autonomous weapons, the AI ethics issues can't be ignored This article is sponsored by:

Autonomous technology is racing towards us. But whether its autonomous cars or autonomous weapons, there are serious questions. This is where AI ethics comes to a head.

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Enterprise hits and misses - return-to-office picks up steam (and critics), while SaaS software gets SaaD (Software as a Disservice) This article is sponsored by:

This week - return-to-office picks up corporate steam, but big tech companies remain cautious. Why? SaaS software gets a lambasting, but is it really SaaS, or SaaD (Software as a Disservice). Can AI manage AI, and is there an AI explainability workaround? Read on...

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How Domo powers partner analytics at Sony Interactive Entertainment This article is sponsored by:

With partners as a critical part of the ecosystem, Sony Interactive Entertainment has drilled down on a data-led approach.

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UK quantum leadership - beware the Ides of March! This article is sponsored by:

The UK's done remarkably well in quantum computing to date, but what's needed now to make that sustainable?

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A ‘Wild West’ of new technologies being used by police without proper scrutiny This article is sponsored by:

A new House of Lords inquiry has concluded that an overhaul of how the justice system procures and manages new technologies is needed in order to protect vulnerable individuals and communities.

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FemTech - the next disruptive force in healthcare transformation? This article is sponsored by:

FemTech is perceived to be a new market with great potential, but it also has a number of hurdles to jump before it can really take off. So can it make it?

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Celonis acquires PAF to bring deep process mining capabilities closer to Microsoft users This article is sponsored by:

PAF specialises in process mining insights within the Microsoft Power Platform. The acquisition aims to bring Celonis’ technology to where users are working.

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In pursuit of General Intelligence - Dynatrace and the death of the dashboard This article is sponsored by:

Dashboards have become the mainstay user interface for the majority of systems management implementations – with some vendors even heard to talk about 'a dashboard of dashboards’ – but that could all change as AI tools become integrated into management systems code and the move to self-management, self-healing and autonomy gathers pace. 

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Can AI help to address the looming global food crisis? This article is sponsored by:

The global food supply is under duress, with Russia's invasion of the Ukraine applying even more pressure. With world populations mounting, can AI make a difference in farming and agricultural yields?

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