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Aluminium set to make a charge on battery technology

Rapid charge, long life batteries made from low-cost and abundant aluminium are set to emerge from research led by Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Unveiled at the All Energy event in Glasgow, aluminium ion batteries could displace the lead-acid batteries commonly found in automotive applications in just two years.

Developed

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Artificial Intelligence will enhance talent acquisition

According to new research by global talent acquisition and management firm, Alexander Mann Solutions, 96% of senior HR professionals believe that Artificial Intelligence has the potential to greatly enhance talent acquisition and retention.

However, concerningly, over half of professionals are not comfortable with the current pace of technological transformation in their

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The robots are coming – but not without humans first

Why technology needs people and not the other way around, or the robots are coming – but not without humans first!

People are the crucial element in ensuring technology is effectively implemented into businesses, according to Venquis and research at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).

An analysis by the leading

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New study reveals global organisations are gambling their business future on poor code

CAST, a leader in software analysis and measurement, announced findings from its latest CRASH Report, which reveals that poor code in Financial Services applications can be exploited to steal confidential information

The report, which analysed 1.03 billion lines of code across 1,850 applications submitted by over 329 organisations in 8 different countries,

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