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TOP RESEARCH The new logistics challenge: e-commerce and last-mile delivery
Innovation

The new logistics challenge: e-commerce and last-mile delivery

by Claudia Archetti

E-commerce is ubiquitous, but it comes with its challenges.

The Experience game-changer
Innovation

The Experience game-changer

by Jeroen Rombouts

Everybody now expects personalized experiences and delivered instantly. Artificial intelligence enables and accelerates every organization’s ability to shape this new dynamic.

TOP RESEARCH In the age of AI, do we still need researchers?
Innovation

In the age of AI, do we still need researchers?

by Vivianna Fang He

Do we still need researchers given the rise and reach of artificial intelligence?

TOWARDS A POLICY OF ALGORITHM SECURITY?
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TOWARDS A POLICY OF ALGORITHM SECURITY?

by Guillaume Chevillon

How can we regulate algorithms?

The ethics of artificial intelligence
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The ethics of artificial intelligence

by Laurent Bibard

Laurent Bibard reflects on the ethics of artificial intelligence.

Sustainable development thanks to the Data Footprint
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Sustainable development thanks to the Data Footprint

by Jeroen Rombouts

To manage their digital transformation, companies need to manage their data. Jeroen Rombouts explains the Data Footprint approach he has developed in partnership with Kearney.

How can employers recruit and retain data talents?
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How can employers recruit and retain data talents?

by Jeroen Rombouts

Hiring data scientists is not an easy task - and neither is keeping them.

Decision-Making in the era of AI
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Decision-Making in the era of AI

by Ivana Ljubic

Ivana Ljubic explains how AI can help us become better decision-makers.

So many ways to be wrong about the future of AI, but it'll outsmart us in the end
Innovation

So many ways to be wrong about the future of AI, but it'll outsmart us in the end

by Fabrice Cavarretta

Fabrice Cavarretta discusses the future of AI.

Laissez-faire or policing social networks
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Laissez-faire or policing social networks

by Guillaume Chevillon

Twitter and Facebook have different approaches to regulating their content: Guillaume Chevillon explains the differences and the impact on their political influence.

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