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Women continue to gain ground in tech sector but more needs to be done This article is sponsored by: Confluent logo

To celebrate International Women’s Day, Confluent brought together three of its senior leaders to discuss their experiences as women in tech. Here, they speak candidly about the opportunities that exist, the challenges they still face — and what more needs to be done.

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Enterprise hits and misses - well-being washing and DEI grab workplace headlines, while responsible AI reckons with deep fakes and adoption realities This article is sponsored by:

This week - DEI and well-being washing are hot topics in the future of work 2024. The AI "revolution" gets called out with practical views on AI adoption. Even Hits and Misses can't avoid Taylor Swift as a deep fake controversy raises responsible AI questions. As always, the weekly whiffs.

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Enterprise hits and misses - Davos debates AI in a Davos way, Apple Vision Pro pulls the CES rug, and DPD's AI service bot melts down This article is sponsored by:

This week - Davos did their AI pontification thing, but what we can we boil down from the erudition? AI project failure and success is on the table, but other matters (should be) keeping CEOs up at night: five, to be precise. Surprise: I take the Apple Vision Pro launch seriously, and DPD's service bot melts down.

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The death of DEI? Why 2024 is shaping up to be a pivotal year for diversity and inclusion in the tech sector This article is sponsored by:

The number of entry-level female professionals joining the data industry nosedived last year. The question is, is it to do with the sector losing its appeal to women or is it part of a wider trend across the tech industry as a whole?

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