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  • September 17, 2018 17 Sep'18

    Singapore workers worst hit by impact of AI in ASEAN

    About a fifth of Singapore’s workforce will be displaced by technology adoption by 2028, the worst hit among workers in Southeast Asia

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  • September 14, 2018 14 Sep'18

    CIO interview: Amir Nooriala, chief operating officer, OakNorth

    The challenger bank’s COO on wanting to be fully cloud hosted, going through a huge cloud migration and being able to rebuild its core banking platform in five hours

  • September 14, 2018 14 Sep'18

    How SAP is riding on Asia’s growth story

    The enterprise software behemoth’s Asia-Pacific business is growing and believes its latest C/4 Hana suite is uniquely geared to the scale of the region

  • September 14, 2018 14 Sep'18

    Leeds Beckett University asks Alexa for help cutting Clearing admin

    Dougal Scaife, head of digital experience and engagement at Leeds Beckett University, opens up about how combining chatbots with Amazon Alexa is helping update the Clearing process for the 21st century

  • September 14, 2018 14 Sep'18

    Adobe’s Vittal: AI ‘bigger than the web’, and in use at Swisscom

    Adobe and one of its customers used the DMEXCO digital marketing conference and exhibition in Cologne to talk about artificial intelligence efforts and spell out what each sees as their value

  • September 14, 2018 14 Sep'18

    Hancock touts his support for controversial GP at Hand service

    Health secretary says GP at Hand helps deliver a better service and that he wants to help the app expand across the country, as he highlights importance of embracing technology

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