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The Evolving Enterprise: Why Retail is embracing AI at the Edge
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The Evolving Enterprise: Why Retail is embracing AI at the Edge

The Evolving Enterprise: Why Retail is embracing AI at the Edge

In this issue:

  • Analyst Report – The rise of AI in Retail and Financial Services
  • Intel reveals why retailers are embracing AI at the Edge
  • AI steps out of the store-room and onto the shop floor
  • How malls will reinvent themselves: Las Vegas brings experiential retail to life
  • The Insider Column – Why big egos seldom prosper
  • Researchers help keep an ethical eye on AI

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How connected teddy bears, coffee makers and cars are challenging security teams

In a new Palo Alto Networks study, technology leaders have acknowledged they need to step up security to face an IoT influx.Smart teddy bears, implanted heart monitors, electric cars and other connected devices are regularly connecting to corporate networks, prompting technology leaders to warn that significant action should be taken to prevent these devices from being used to hack into businesses.

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What Generation Z wants from the workplace

Generation Z – those born between 1995 and 2010 – already make up about 36% of the global workforce, and this number will continue to rise in the coming years as more and more of this generation leave school and university and enter the world of work. Generation Z are, on the whole, digitally native, says Barbara Whye, chief diversity & inclusion officer and VP of social impact and human resources, Intel.

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