A crisis of values - Salesforce and Unit4 put down roots in forestry to tackle the climate change crisis
Forestry focus comes as economists call for firms to be judged on their climate impact, not financial performance.
Does applying AI to insurance ratings and FICO scores improve fairness? The insurance industry says yes, but the data points to AI fairwashing. It's time for a change.
British Government aims for ‘truly data-enabled and digital’ clinical research environment post-COVID-19
Hot on the heels of the Health Secretary’s pitch for a digitally enabled NHS, the British Government is also hoping to learn from its research experience during COVID-19.
Be realistic, focus on privacy and don’t forget to ask the patient - what healthcare digital transformation really needs to be successful
Big vision ideas for health sector digital transformation need to be tempered with practical considerations based on real world concerns and attitudes. Some top advice from four expert commentators.
Bill McDermott believes that ServiceNow is primed to help buyers rethink their business models in a post-COVID-19 world.
Unit4 CEO Mike Ettling plans acquisitions and US growth after TA Associates buys out its longstanding private equity owner Advent International in $2 billion deal
As financial anxieties and stress shot up through the pandemic, consumers and business leaders have turned to artificial intelligence to take the strain. Juergen Lindner breaks down the findings from Oracle's latest research.
Enterprise hits and misses - COVID-19's digital lessons take hold, Uber gets a gig economy wake-up call, and an enterprise buyer debate takes hold
This week - pulling COVID-19 digital lessons from the education sector - but will they stick? Plus: the enterprise buyer one-throat-to-choke debate heats up again. Uber must give UK drivers "worker" status, and tech companies' "diversity theater" gets called out. In the whiffs section, I backtrack on NFTs.
Monday Morning Moan - how the UK plans to digitally transform its health service (a.k.a. this time it’ll work, honest, it will!)
Here we go again - let's digitize the NHS! A noble ambition perhaps, but the track record of such efforts in government - and the individuals driving them - leaves a lot to be desired.