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Doing the right thing often brings business benefits further down the track, says Xero co-founder and Executive Director Rod Drury. For example, the software company’s efforts to build a diverse engineering team over the last decade have put it in a strong technical position to develop artificial intelligence that avoids

It will take an organise-wide effort to recognise and mitigate the potential risks of applying advanced analytics and artificial intelligence to business operations, according to a new report from McKinsey & Company. While the emerging technology could deliver a massive economic boost and improved customer outcomes, trusting machines to make

Data and analytics have enormous potential to improve public policy and services by helping governments focus their resources in the areas where they will be most effective. However the risk of deploying machine learning systems which unfairly impact humans lives, because they’ve inherited biases from their human designers, means a