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Enterprise hits and misses - the Vaccine Economy changes online commerce, robots get hired, and the AI debate gets sentient This article is sponsored by:

This week - new data on digital commerce in the Vaccine Economy - but are B2B buyers changing? Demand for robots continues to surge in the labor gap. Across the pond, diginomica finds itself part of the story, via our UK governance reporting. As always, your whiffs.

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Samsara continues to scale as its customers keep the world running in turbulent times This article is sponsored by:

Samsara's customers are the organizations that keep the world running even in the most desperate of times. That's powering growth, according to CEO Sanjit Biswas.

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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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Resilience, relationships and relevance resonate as Salesforce revenues rise 24% This article is sponsored by:

There are tough times still underway, but they're forging a new resilience and a reset among organizations, including Salesforce itself, according to co-CEOs Benioff and Taylor.

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Enterprise hits and misses - enterprise vendors face off against Wall Street, and Davos grapples with future of work contradictions This article is sponsored by:

This week - enterprise software vendors make their case versus Wall Street's tech blues. Retailers deal with inflationary-conscious consumers, and we attempt to extract future of work lessons from Davos' contradictions. As always, your weekly whiffs.

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Think AI can aid decision-making? Only if you address the risk of bias in the last mile This article is sponsored by:

AI has the potential to aid decision-making at scale - but there are obstacles. One of the trickiest to unravel is bias, which tends to show up just where you don't want it: during the last mile of AI modeling and project delivery.

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Pega acquires Everflow to advance its process mining and hyper automation ambitions This article is sponsored by:

Pega says that the addition of Everflow to its platform will enable organizations to not only identify where processes are falling short, but also automatically suggest fixes

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Supply chain agility - an achievable goal? How NVIDIA uses SAP Business Network and AI-enabled planning to minimize the gotchas This article is sponsored by:

In this SAP Sapphire Orlando exclusive, we share the story of NVIDIA's push for supply chain excellence - and how the SAP Business Network fits in. Cloud-based planning with SAP IBP also plays an important role.

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Medical start-up uses AWS machine learning to turn 2D patient scans into 3D printed models This article is sponsored by:

axial3D is using AWS to build 3D models that are helping doctors reduce time in surgery and improve the patient experience

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