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News that Frasers Group is opening a new flagship Birmingham store to include Sports Direct, USC, Evans Cycles and GAME, as well as an e-sports arena, demonstrates a bold approach for driving footfall … [Read more...] about Consolidated in-store experiences – the new way forward?
The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation ("CDEI") published a report on its Review Into Bias In Algorithmic Decision-making on 27 November 2020 ("the Report"). The Report examined the use of data and … [Read more...] about The CDEI reports on the use of data and AI in financial services
The European Commission has published its final report on Trends and Developments in Artificial Intelligence: Challenges to the Intellectual Property Rights Framework. It finds, where AI is a mere … [Read more...] about EU report on AI-assisted creativity and invention
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