The Duel Between Big Tech and Big Government

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By Graham Vanbergen Just five years ago you had no notion that “big data” would overtake oil as the number one traded commodity in the...

Benefits of Using an OCR Software

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OCR, also known as Optical Character Recognition, is a software that helps you convert scanned images into an editable text document. It is a...

Law and the Technologies of the Twenty-First Century

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By Roger Brownsword & Morag Goodwin The authors of Law and the Technologies of the Twenty-First Century (Cambridge University Press, 2012) examine both the challenges...

Why Information Providers Need To Be Open To Sharing in Their Business Models

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By Joshua Gans Information content providers, especially publishers of media (including books, news, journals, music and video), have been concerned that “information wants to be...

Vignettes from the Modern Workplace

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By David Weil Working conditions are transforming as a result of a fundamental restructuring of employment in many parts of the economy. Below, David Weil...

What Does a 21st Century Enterprise Look Like?

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By Anant Gupta What do organisations need to learn to survive and thrive? As Anant Gupta sees it, they have to remodel themselves as a...

Tokens of Technical Progress: Blockchains, Data Dysphoria & Fantasies of Control

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By Dr Robert Herian The discourse of data sovereignty (‘taking control’) at first blush implies empowerment of the data subject – Facebook’s Libra...

Here’s Why DevOps is Important, If You’re Still Unsure

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DevOps has been an established software development practice for over a decade now, but it still causes some organizations to scratch their heads. “What is...

Crowdfunding and a Better World

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By Sentot Imam Wahjono The old adage “there is strength is numbers” is most evident in the field of crowdfunding. Projects and activities which seemed...

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