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AI's threat to traditional banking models

ai's threat to traditional banking models
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the Internet of Things are now defining the future of our economy. The effect of these technologies, made possible by the colossal volumes of data we..
City A.M.

Capitalism has lost its way – we need to rescue it, fast

capitalism has lost its way  – we need to rescue it, fast
Theresa May launched her term as Prime Minister by promising to tackle what she calls “the unacceptable face of capitalism”. She has been sharply critical of executive pay, which she termed..
City A.M.

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News video: Mass extinction may come by 2100

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In the past 540 million years, there gave been five wipeouts on Earth. Now, scientists predict that in the year 2100, it'll happen again. Geophysicist Daniel Rothman links global warming to a..
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Big Data will make or break the businesses of the next decade

big data will make or break the businesses of the next decade
To survive the next decade, businesses will need to be able to utilise Big Data. Buzzword or not, it’s probably the most important feature of the fourth industrial revolution, a new economic..
City A.M.

DEBATE: Is the Economists for Free Trade £135bn figure realistic?

debate: is the economists for free trade £135bn figure realistic?
DEBATE: Is the Economists for Free Trade £135bn figure realistic? *YES – Professor Graeme Leach, member of Economists for Free Trade.* The impact of unilateral free trade on an economy is not..
City A.M.

Pro-Brexit economists say leaving EU will add £135bn to economy

pro-brexit economists say leaving eu will add £135bn to economy
A group of economists who backed Brexit have predicted that leaving Europe could add £135bn a year to Britain's economy. Economists for Free Trade (EFT), formerly known as Economists for Brexit,..
City A.M.

PREMIER GLOBAL ALPHA GROWTH: Fund bets on tech suppliers

premier global alpha growth: fund bets on tech suppliers
Jake Robbins, who runs Premier Global Alpha Growth fund, is already profiting by picking the strong players in this modern-day industrial revolution.
MailOnline

Those who fear automation will be its only casualties

those who fear automation will be its only casualties
Whatever can be automated, should be. And regardless of whether it should, it will be. Automation has been a persistent economic force since the first industrial revolution, and an essential feature of..
City A.M.

Baker McKenzie battles global uncertainty to generate record revenues

baker mckenzie battles global uncertainty to generate record revenues
Law firm Baker McKenzie, which this year advised blue chip companies such as BHP Billiton and Dyson, has announced continued growth despite global uncertainty. The firm said its revenues reached a..
City A.M.

Brics are the new battleground for the global inequality fight

brics are the new battleground for the global inequality fight
With all eyes on the revolving cast of characters heading in and out of the White House, and on the latest developments in the ongoing Brexit saga, it’s important to remember that the rest of the..
City A.M.

Does the next industrial revolution spell the end of manufacturing jobs?

Smart machines are about to usher in the age of Industry 4.0
Independent

UK: Future Proofing Software Licences For The Machine Age - Kemp IT Law

The interconnected world of the 4th industrial revolution is driven by software.
Mondaq

UK government confirms it will ban microbeads from January

uk government confirms it will ban microbeads from january
It might be time for a change in cosmetics products, as the government has confirmed microbeads will be banned next year. The government launched a consultation last December into getting rid of..
City A.M.

Sheffield's steel-making history unearthed

sheffield's steel-making history unearthed
BBC Local News: Sheffield and South Yorkshire -- The sites show the city's important role in Britain's industrial revolution, say archaeologists.
BBC Local News

Drax swings to loss as it looks to repurpose coal assets

drax swings to loss as it looks to repurpose coal assets
Shares in Drax fell as much as seven per cent this morning after it slid to a half-year loss, but the company said it was making good progress with its strategic initiatives to shift away from..
City A.M.

Artificial intelligence is our chance to shoot for the moon

artificial intelligence is our chance to shoot for the moon
A common criticism of the recent election has been that the campaigns failed to address many of the big issues that will affect the futures of most people. It’s a fair point. I don’t recall..
City A.M.

Louis Michael: The generation technology gap

louis michael: the generation technology gap
The technological rift between my generation and my parents’ generation fascinates me. I would go so far as to say never before in history has there been such a considerable and gargantuan gulf..
The Latest

World leaders on track to miss climate change targets and it could cost billions, warns Schroders

The investment giant argues that global temperatures are set to rise by more than 4 degrees above pre-Industrial Revolution levels, way above what was agreed in 2015 by world leaders in Paris
Independent

When two transatlantic liners a day were received in Plymouth...

when two transatlantic liners a day were received in plymouth...
It was the railways that started it, or was it the industrial revolution? Either way the iron horse revolutionised the way people moved around the country. Not all that fast, perhaps, by today's..
Plymouth Herald

Eva Ekblad: The woman who brought potatoes, flour and alcohol to the people

The humble spud would go on to save Sweden from hunger, encourage alcoholism and power the industrial revolution
Independent

‘One country, two systems’ made Hong Kong a land of opportunity

‘one country, two systems’ made hong kong a land of opportunity
Over the weekend, my birthplace Hong Kong celebrated the twentieth anniversary of its return from British to Chinese sovereignty. The past two decades have seen the territory flourish as a centre..
City A.M.


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