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It's a small world after all, but BRIC economies have different views on tech's capabilities than the US and Europe This article is sponsored by:

Some interesting regional divisions on show courtesy of Bosch's 2023 Tech Compass report.

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2022 - the year in Sustainability This article is sponsored by:

2022 saw sustainability secure its rightful place as a corporate agenda item.

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Big Tech - does the UK really need a dedicated Digital Markets Unit? This article is sponsored by:

A high-level debate on digital market regulation considers if the suggested solution of a Digital Markets Unit to tackle ‘Big Tech’ is the right one

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The BBC needs to advance its personalization strategy, including protecting against data risks This article is sponsored by:

The National Audit Office has released a report this week investigating the BBC’s digital plans. Its key digital products are performing well, but risks remain.

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AI - where do ethics stop, and regulations begin? This article is sponsored by:

There’s an intriguing debate on the relative merits of ethics and regulation in the digital world. Where do you draw the line?

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Wrap up warm for AI Summer, or you might catch cold This article is sponsored by:

Some cautionary tales from the AI sector, which we may be trusting too deeply or too quickly for our own good.

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Web scraping bad, information harvesting good? Why there's a need for new legal frameworks in a data economy This article is sponsored by:

At the moment, the wrong laws are being used for the wrong reasons to protect inappropriate attempts at 'ownership' of data. Discuss!

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How to drive social impact in supply chains - the key is in a business community This article is sponsored by: coupa-logo

Leaders are being held directly accountable for the ESG impact of suppliers and subcontractors throughout their supply chain. Vincent Toesca of Coupa points to where the gaps are showing - and how to use the power of the business community.

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Budget 2022 - Chancellor sets ambition to turn UK into world’s ‘next Silicon Valley’ This article is sponsored by:

The British Government has an obsession with Silicon Valley that just doesn’t seem to fade - but perhaps it should be looking to its neighbors for closer research and innovation collaboration?

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Intel takes responsibility for AI This article is sponsored by:

Responsibility inside - Intel explains its framework for ethical AI development

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