, September 27, 2021

  February 26, 2021

We need more white-collar apprenticeships for digital skills

ollowing a report from Microsoft finding that that 69 per cent of UK leaders surveyed believe their organisation currently has a digital skills gap, a digital leadership expert has said that we need more university white-collar apprenticeships for digital skills....

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  February 26, 2021

Demand for crypto debit cards soars despite warnings from senior economists

In the week that the US Treasury Secretary warned that bitcoin was extremely inefficient, the demand for crypto credit cards has soared 194 per cent in just one year, finds research....

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  February 25, 2021

The inflation debate heats up and it matters, but pessimists are ignoring technology

The debate over whether fiscal stimulus will lead to inflation is getting more heated, and this really does matter. I don't think inflation hawks are taking adequate account of technology....

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AI

  February 25, 2021

The misogynist and the racist: yes, A.I. is getting a bad rap

Two recent studies give further evidence on how A.I. can draw sexist and racist results from data....

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  February 24, 2021

Tesla production is now three times greater than the level critics said was impossible

Tesla delivered 180,600 vehicles in its latest quarter, that was four times greater than the level critics said was impossible just two and a half years ago; Tesla bears don’t understand disruptive technology....

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  February 23, 2021

Markets sink as news on virus keeps getting better

With vaccines being rolled-out on both sides of the Atlantic, with Covid infection and death rates falling rapidly, markets decide they don't like all this good news and sell....

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ESG

  February 22, 2021

Sustainability! Company change may be very different from what we expect today

Will the CSR/Sustainability Manager's role evolve in the future, in much the same way that the IT’s manager did some years ago?...

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  February 22, 2021

We landed on Mars, but can we fix the madness of humanity?

I sometimes wonder if mad-cow disease has mutated — causing a new type of human disease. It’s not directly fatal, but in its own way, just as scary, I’ll call it mad human disease....

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  February 19, 2021

Poor old Rupert Murdoch being bullied an’ all by Mark Zuckerberg

The press and now the Australian government are being bullied by Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook, or so they are saying, but is it really that straightforward?...

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  February 18, 2021

Autonomous cars are coming, this video of a Tesla in autonomous mode makes the point

The take-up of autonomous cars will be super-fast when it becomes clear they are safer than traditional cars — and this video illustrates the point....

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