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Why sustainability data sharing needs to start with a trust framework This article is sponsored by:

Gavin Starks, CEO of IcebreakerOne, who co-chaired the birth of the Open Banking Standard, wants to do the same for sustainability data. He believes industry-wide data sharing needs to start with a trust framework rather than fancy tech or a cloud monopoly. What he has to say has important implications for accelerating sustainability efforts and all industry-wide data-sharing collaboration.


Truly open AI gets a boost from industry collaboration with enterprise implications This article is sponsored by:

Efforts to build open AI are getting a boost from the AI Alliance backed by IBM, Meta, Intel, NASA, the National Science Foundation, and fifty other organizations. This could spur research into smaller, more efficient, and secure models that may be more appropriate for enterprises.


Onymos pitches a novel approach to cutting into 70% maintenance costs - and pokes open source in the eye in the process This article is sponsored by:

Onymos reckons it offers a way to cut back on the long-standing 'law’' that 70% of all IT budgets must be spent on maintaining existing applications, rather than innovating new ones.


Enterprise hits and misses - Zoom stirs an AI privacy controversy, ESG has teeth, and open source hits a commercial crossroads This article is sponsored by:

This week - Zoom sparks an AI privacy debate with a controversial terms and conditions update. Open source hits a commercial 'fork' in the road, and does ESG have the regulatory teeth to put 'sexy' generative AI on the IT spending back burner? Your whiffs are back, and so am I.

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