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Salesforce gets back to nature with positive effect This article is sponsored by:

All too few organizations have been doing much to tackle nature destruction and loss to date, which tends to be overshadowed by the much higher-profile climate change debate. But Salesforce is attempting to blaze a trail here by launching its three-pronged Nature Positive strategy.

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UK’s data protection regulator calls on government to widen scope of ‘AI fairness’ principle to include development of AI, not just use This article is sponsored by:

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is responsible for regulating data protection and information rights in the UK. It has responded to the British Government’s recent AI regulation White Paper.

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Enterprise hits and misses - HR leaders get an ethics wake-up call, and Google stakes its generative AI search claim This article is sponsored by:

This week - are HR leaders up to the ethics challenge? Google makes its expected AI-for-search fanfare, while AI guardrails are debated. Accenture shifts its tech outlook; your whiffs include quantum teleportation.

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UK could face more passport application chaos this year unless ‘clunky systems’ are upgraded This article is sponsored by:

Hundreds of thousands of British citizens faced delays to their passport applications as COVID-19 travel restrictions were lifted in 2022 - largely as a result of poor systems and external contractors not meeting service level agreements.

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