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"I can build this - but should I?" Welcome to the AI crime prediction debate This article is sponsored by:

Can you predict crime with AI? And what should be done with these predictions, and the data that powers them? An AI model from Chicago raises all kinds of questions.

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Using technology to help preserve Ukraine’s cultural heritage during the war This article is sponsored by:

Cultural heritage is closely bound up with cultural identity, which is why work is going on in Ukraine to try to save it. Here are two organisations that are digitizing important buildings so they can be restored and reconstructed after the war.

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Data fabric or data mesh? Don't move ahead without an active metadata strategy This article is sponsored by:

Metadata fell out of favor due to its association with static data catalogs - but don't overlook it. New approaches like data fabric and data mesh have promise. They won't be successful without an active metadata framework.

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PagerDuty beats guidance in Q2 as it eyes $1 billion in revenue This article is sponsored by:

CEO Jennifer Tejada said that PagerDuty’s Operations Cloud is essential infrastructure for modern digital enterprises.

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Solid Q2 results for Samsara as it sets out ambition to become ‘system of record for physical operations’ This article is sponsored by:

Samsara’s Connected Operations Cloud delivered strong growth for the company, which is now nearing over 1,000 customers with an ARR of over $100,000.

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AI needs auditing, for humanity's sake This article is sponsored by:

ForHumanity founder explains how the business practice of auditing could be an important development for AI and automation

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Enterprise hits and misses - retailers get an omni-channel gut check, vendors talk macro-economy, and healthcare AI gets called out This article is sponsored by:

This week - enterprise software vendors give a mixed economic outlook, but buyers still feel the urgency to spend on tech. Retailers get an omni-channel report card, and AI's healthcare transformation gets critiqued. Whiffs: I consider living in a potato.

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How AI-enabled video tech is improving safety across the supply chain This article is sponsored by: Samsara partner logo © Samsara

Philip van der Wilt of Samsara delves into the construction company that uses AI-enabled tech to keep their employees safe.

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The key to technology fitness is a strong, flexible digital backbone This article is sponsored by: Software AG logo © Software AG

Enterprises today need to build a strong, flexible digital backbone. Software AG's Dr Stefan Sigg outlines a fitness plan to get there.

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Good vibrations - how Augury’s AI sounds like factory uptime This article is sponsored by:

The CEO of AI unicorn Augury talks about the hidden connection between soundwaves and manufacturing output

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Are B2B content creators threatened by AI text bots? Putting YouWrite to the test This article is sponsored by:

AI text generation engines are getting better - but are content creators threatened? And can you really get away with bot-generated content marketing? I put YouWrite's text generator to the enterprise buzzword test.

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Celonis secures $1 billion in additional funding as it sees opportunity to drive value for buyers during economic headwinds This article is sponsored by:

Celonis co-founder and co-CEO Alex Rinke tells diginomica that the additional capital will help accelerate organic growth and allow for strategic acquisitions.

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Safety isn’t the only issue for self-driving vehicles - data privacy and algorithmic oversight need attention too This article is sponsored by:

The UK wants to see self-driving vehicles rolled out by 2025, but the Center for Data Ethics and Innovation raises some interesting points about surveillance data and black box algorithms.

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