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UK financial services and Brexit - data adequacy still a concern, but opportunity for FinTech This article is sponsored by:

London is one of the world’s major financial centers, and has weathered the Brexit storm pretty well. And whilst there are opportunities to take advantage of, there are still some hurdles to overcome.

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Preventing ERP security breaches - can automating security make a difference against zero day attacks? This article is sponsored by: Avantra logo

Avantra CEO John Appleby is skeptical that CIOs are prepared for zero day ERP security breaches. It's time to prioritize security automation.

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"This is our responsibility as an industry!" - Salesforce CMO Sarah Franklin on why the tech sector needs to step up on equality and inclusion This article is sponsored by:

Salesforce CMO Sarah Franklin has risen through the ranks over the past 14 years and is committed to breaking down equality barriers for the next generation.

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UK shift away from GDPR is bold, ambitious, but risky This article is sponsored by:

The British Government’s latest plans for a data-led economy, which will see it move away from GDPR principles, has some good ideas. However, it puts the UK at risk of losing access to its largest trading partner, the EU.

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The flawed quest for Artificial General Intelligence - do you need to know how the mind works for AGI? This article is sponsored by:

The debate over so-called "sentient AI" is raging again. But the context is the problematic pursuit of Artificial General Intelligence - and the misguided idea that AGI should resemble the human brain.

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Should CFOs be a factor in DEI, sustainability, and cybersecurity? Sage's Judy Romano responds to fresh data This article is sponsored by:

Just when CFOs had enough on their plate, the plot changes. Sage's Redefined CFO report points towards CFOs taking active roles in cybersecurity, sustainability, diversity/inclusion and more. For context, I spoke to Judy Romano, Sage VP and CFO, North America.

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London Tech Week - British Government waves flag for UK innovation…and points finger This article is sponsored by:

British legislators Rishi Sunak, Nadine Dorries, et al showcase the UK’s achievements in tech on Day One of London Tech Week. But can the event point to a route to growth for Brexit Britain?

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The forgotten margins of AI ethics - a paper on AI ethics with teeth This article is sponsored by:

The field of AI ethics seems to generate more happy talk than potent ideas. It's rare to find an academic paper with real world teeth, but "The forgotten margins of AI ethics" stands out. Here's my critical review.

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How Walmart's focus on the intersection of tech and HR delivers a sense of community for its workforce This article is sponsored by:

It's a pivotal moment for the HR function, argues Donna Morris, Chief People Officer for Walmart.

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Carbon emission reduction - it's not easy being green, but Orbus and Salesforce are setting a pace This article is sponsored by:

With predictions over climate change becoming ever more cataclysmic and energy prices mounting daily, the time is ripe for tech leaders to start exploring ways to cut the carbon footprint of their own internal IT infrastructure. But as Orbus Software and Salesforce reveal, doing so isn’t quite as easy as it might seem.

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