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The CEO of a leading global AI and conversational commerce company has called on Mark Zuckerberg to shut down Facebook until he can “fix it”, arguing social media is harming communities and demonstrating what not to do in the current AI race. “Shut it down tomorrow. You will win a

Advertisers will lose $42 billion of ad spend globally this year to fraudulent activities committed via online, mobile and in-app advertising. Forty. Two. Billion. The figures are contained in a new study by Juniper Research. The figure is bad, but it’s even worse when you realise that it’s accelerating. Back

Businesses have invested heavily in data analytics to understand consumers and to predict what they might do next. Smart companies want to take that a step further and use insights from predictive analytics to build what is being described as “predictive engagement”. According to an Investigates study by the Which-50 Digital

In an era when consumers benchmark any experience against the best service they’ve ever received, government services delivered by digital channels can feel like they leave a lot to be desired. But, unlike other parts of their lives, when it comes to governments services users can’t shop around for a

Robots will probably kill us all one day — but first, they’ll put us in cages. A truly forward-thinking entrepreneur would get in on this exciting opportunity to grab the first-mover advantage in the cutting edge field of robot slave/worker drone relationships … and a truly forward-thinking entrepreneur did. Jeff

Australia’s medical software industry, though peppered with some great talent, interesting start-ups, and high potential emerging software platform plays is not necessarily where you would expect to find the next IT unicorn. But there may be one hiding in plain sight. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today

Digital transformation is coming to the commercial property sector, but its leaders are laggards. Disruptive pressures are building, and intermediaries like AirBnB and WeWork are already resetting the rules. Compare the construction subsector of property — where little has changed about the way we build buildings since the late 1930s

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As many as 40 per cent of Australia’s CEO are digitally illiterate, according to a new study. In contrast the same report suggests one in three CEOs in Australian organisations lead their digital transformation strategy.  The report commissioned by DXC technology, Beyond Disruption: Australian organisations race to digital transformational success

In the last 12 months, private investors flooded the robotic process automation (RPA) sector with cash, even as equity markets were marking incumbents down. That new money might be evidence enough of the emergence of a robust, incontestable business idea: that code is faster, more accurate, and much cheaper than

The world of digital, marketing and technology is evolving at an exponential pace and marketers are trying to keep pace or make sense of the rapid changes. Among the questions they are trying to answer are: How they should incorporate the new channels/technologies/capabilities as part of their marketing mix? Does