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ServiceNow makes ‘multi-million euro investment in EU services’ as data transfer regulations get murky This article is sponsored by:

The recent Schrems II judgement, which essentially invalidates the Privacy Shield framework for data transfers between the EU and US, creates a complicated environment for cloud customers.

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Statistical bias in context - AI didn't invent quantitative methods of bias This article is sponsored by:

An effective approach to AI Ethics must reckon with bias, algorithmic discrimination, and privacy. These terms have a historical context that should be understood - if we want to deploy AI ethically. This time around, we delve into bias.

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Enterprise hits and misses - return-to-office sparks a future of work debate, Experian's API gets exploited, and Abobe Summit gets a content wrap This article is sponsored by:

This week - return-to-office advocates express optimism about urban commutes, but there are other work models to consider. Experian's API gets exposed, while concerns over third party apps linger. Your whiffs include an episode of PR copywriting exuberance.

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Collision 2021 - can advertising save the open web? Quantcast's CEO makes his provocative case This article is sponsored by:

Can advertising save the open web? It's not an idea I am typically open to. At Collision 2021, Quantcast CEO Konrad Feldman made his case for advertising as the savior of the open web. Let's discuss.

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"Privacy is not a feature" - how Zoho's approach to workplace privacy impacts AI development, and more This article is sponsored by:

With return-to-work on deck, workplace privacy is center stage. But are organizations ready? In the second part of our privacy dialogue, Raju Vegesna shares how Zoho's privacy stance impacts AI development. He also shares tips and gotchas along the way.

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