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    Digital is transforming the DNA of business - are you prepared to adapt?


    Scaling businesses operating in traditional industries are challenging conventional business models by embracing technology. Fast growing ecommerce businesses are one example, which no longer depend solely on the traditional high street shop to shift stock, and have no limits due to location.

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    AI innovation helps Morrisons dramatically improves demand planning


    Morrisons’ like for-like sales have risen for the last six quarters, it achieved this, claims Blue Yonder, a provider of artificial intelligence for retail supply chain optimisation, by innovating around customer experience. Here is the case study.

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    Artificial Intelligence fuels innovation in retail industry


    Amazon Echo comes up top as advances in customer service and supply chain technology transform the industry.

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    AI could put a rocket up the UK economy


    Artificial intelligence, or AI, could give the UK economy a shot in the arm worth £232 billion – boosting GDP by 10 per cent, finds PwC – which just goes to show; the UK needs entrepreneurs more than ever.

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    AI can help defeat terrorism? But do we really want it to?


    The UK prime minister is urging world leaders to put pressure on tech companies to do more in the fight against extremism. AI may be the answer, but it will come with a cost.

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    BenevolentAI agrees partnership with medical research charity MRC technology


    BenevolentAI, a British artificial intelligence company has announced that it has partnered with MRC Technology (“MRCT”), a medical research charity, to explore drug discovery initiatives in the field of small molecules and antibodies.

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    1700 start-ups and technology companies are expected to disrupt the automotive industry


    Digital transformation will affect the entire automotive value chain, including design, production, distribution and retail, finds a new report from Frost & Sullivan.

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    Wales digital economy ‘fastest growing outside London’


    Wales’ digital economy is the fastest growing outside of London, and could continue to “flourish” because of low rents, according to a new report.

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    Edward Snowden designs phone case to stop surveillance


    Edward Snowden has co-designed a mobile phone case which he claims will show when the device is transmitting data which could be monitored by surveillance organisations. The "introspection engine", which is still a long way off from mass market launch, holds a small display fitted into its case which displays ...

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    10 years since the launch of Twitter


    The tenth anniversary of Twitter’s public launch is a landmark moment in technology. The social media platform’s most long lasting legacy is how it has radically changed how society consumes content online. Thanks to Twitter, we now demand access to information and news instantly within just 140 characters.

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    Brits rush to buy electronics during second UK Amazon Prime Day


    Despite only being in its second year in the UK, this week’s Amazon Prime Day generated a huge 41.5 million visits from UK mobile and desktop.

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    Endeavr: Generating jobs and growth in Wales


    [playlist type="video" tracklist="false" ids="92404"] Endeavr is a research and innovation organisation cosponsored by Welsh Government, Airbus Defence and Space, and Airbus Group. As a foundation company, they work alongside small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and academic institutions, including Cardiff University. We caught up with Nick Crew, operations manager at Airbus ...

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    Endeavr: Greg Woods


    [playlist type="video" tracklist="false" ids="92395"] Endeavr is a research and innovation organisation cosponsored by Welsh Government, Airbus Defence and Space, and Airbus Group. As a foundation company, they work alongside small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and academic institutions, including Cardiff University. At the organisations' 'Celebration of Innovation' event, we caught up ...

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    London losing a third of its tech talent


    Strong demand for London's tech graduates means that the capital is losing nearly a third of its brightest talent to other technology hubs, according to LinkedIn. Despite 71% of London’s technology students remaining in the city after graduating, an increasingly international battle for tech talent has seen almost a third ...

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    London tech firms still struggling on gender diversity


    A fifth (18%) of companies within London’s tech community still have no women at board level, according to a survey by Tech London Advocates. The annual Tech London Advocates Women in Tech Leadership Index , would that within nearly half (48%) of tech businesses women hold less than a quarter ...

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    The Millennials won’t save you, but culture can


    Businesses hoping that their digital woes will be solved by a surge in Millennials joining the workforce are in for a shock. New research commissioned by Cisco, in partnership with the Institute of Cultural Capital (ICC), has found that creating a positive digital culture at work and encouraging worker confidence ...

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    “There is no reason why Wales can't become a leader in technology”


    Daniel Burlacu from Google at Digital 2016 © WALES NEWS SERVICE Key industry leaders from UK and global tech industry look to the future of Wales’ tech scene at Digital 2016. Around 2000 delegates attended Digital 2016, 6 th – 7 th June at Newport’s Celtic Manor ...

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    The importance of a digital detox


    The proliferation of digital devices mean that we’re constantly connected to the office, wherever we might be. It can become difficult to switch off from work. Whether it’s a two week holiday or a twenty minute respite at work, taking a break and disconnecting from all things digital and work-related ...

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    Fax machines 'more essential than iPads' for a third of businesses


    Nearly a third of workers in Europe still consider the fax machine (remember those?!) to be an 'essential' part of business operations, and more important than tablets. That’s according to a new report from business communications technology provider Fuze , looking at the impact of young people joining the workforce. ...

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    Scotland could create 70,000 tech jobs by 2020


    Scotland has the potential to create 70,000 jobs in digital technology by 2020 if connectivity, skills and research receive sufficient investment, according to a new report. The study by ScotlandIS , the Scottish trade body for the IT industry, found strong growth and confidence among the country's digital and tech ...