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CW Benelux: Rotterdam charts course to become world’s smartest port
The Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands is using internet of things and artificial intelligence technology from IBM in a bid to become the world’s smartest port. Also read how companies in the Netherlands are only partly ready for the country’s version of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and why the European Central Bank thinks cash will remain in use in the Eurozone for a very long time.
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The Port of Rotterdam is using IoT and AI technology from IBM to improve efficiency and become the model for ports of the future
Organisations in the Netherlands are racing towards General Data Protection Regulation compliance, but there is still much to be done
The Belgian police have released free decryption keys for the Cryakl ransomware through the No More Ransom project