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The chief executive expressed confidence in the progress of new technologies in the production of electric and automated vehicles.
eCommerce is set to see a boom year like no other. The companies that have invested smartly in their supply chains will reap the biggest gains from the year's biggest sales event.
The UK-based online grocery retailer is preparing to make new strides in the automation of its business.
At the rate that technology develops, it’s easy to see why many aspects of life are changing.
The balance between human decisions and those made by robots has never been greater within HR and recruitment.
In the current climate, the requirements for emergency and crisis management in companies have become more stringent and more urgent.
Worried about your recruitment job becoming obsolete because of technology? Fear not, recruitment will always need the human touch and technology only stands to benefit both recruiters and job seekers alike.