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Retail chiefs dismiss AI job threat, promise more training

Retail is one of the largest employers in many developed economies and experts have predicted automation puts millions of low-skilled jobs in the sector at risk, particularly as the introduction of self-checkouts makes cashiers redundant.

Written by Reuters17 May 19 06:23

‘Innovation doesn’t happen in isolation’

Callaghan CEO Vic Crone talks about Scale-Up NZ, a free online platform connecting innovative New Zealand businesses with investors, incubators and other collaborators

Written by Divina Paredes18 April 19 14:08

Deliveroo engineering manager reveals tech behind order tracker

In the six years since Deliveroo was founded, the company has grown from a two-man team in a London flat delivering food from three restaurants into a $2 billion unicorn serving customers in 14 countries by offering a fast and reliable delivery that customers can track on their phone.

Written by By Tom Macaulay06 April 19 00:02

In depth: How to run successful ICT graduate programmes

Our latest CIO survey across ANZ finds less than a fifth of organisations have an ICT graduate programme. We talk to industry leaders on how to run a successful programme in your own organisation.

Written by Divina Paredes21 Feb. 19 10:00

Blockchain: The complete guide

The much-hyped distributed ledger technology (DLT) has the potential to eliminate huge amounts of record-keeping, save money, streamline supply chains and disrupt IT in ways not seen since the internet arrived

Written by Lucas Mearian31 Jan. 19 06:30
  • Schneider Electric tells industry: ‘Dare to disrupt’

    Schneider Electric

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