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The 2019 lowdown: What happened at Technology for Marketing this year?

Propeller’s Will Parrott details the key takeaways from Technology for Marketing 2019, including retailers’ ‘tech backlash’, upcoming adtech regulation, the requirements for talent in technology, and the Love Island panel featuring Islander Curtis Pritchard. With 15,000+ delegates, 250+ exhibitors, 350+ speakers and 200+ hours of content, the co-located event series Technology for Marketing, eCommerce Expo… Read More


European Commission releases 7 essential requirements for ‘trustworthy’ AI

AI industry sees new guidelines set by European Commission in attempt to enhance trust The European Commission has called for human oversight and transparency in artificial intelligence-based systems in order to ensure the technology is “trustworthy”. AI technology must also not discriminate, be fair and respect the data privacy of users if it is to… Read More


Is the UK data centre industry prepared for Br***t?
Data centres represent complex environments where multiple sectors coexist and a multitude of regulations converge. So how will the most complex challenge in recent UK political history impact the data centre sector? Emma Fryer, associate director of techUK, clarifies Brexit confusion, raises concerns, addresses the risks and hunts for a few silver linings... Is the... Read More

EU approves much-criticised Copyright Directive into law

Concerns surrounding user freedom as new EU Copyright Directive passed into law by 348 to 278. The European Parliament has passed new legislation which aims to overhaul the EU copyright system. A compromise agreed last month that received the backing of key European governments led to a vote which saw 348 members of the house… Read More


More diversity within design roles is necessary to ensure inclusive AI

More female, black or ethnic minority computer designers are needed to support artificial intelligence to be inclusive Dr Bethany Waterhouse-Bradley said progress was being spearheaded by white, male, middle-class computer engineers. That can show itself through sensors which find it harder to detect black hands than white, the lecturer in social policy at Ulster University… Read More



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