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Lords report endorses PHG Foundation recommendation on AI

The House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence (AI) has published a report urging the UK to take the lead in the ethical development and deployment of AI. The report and subsequent recommendations made to Government have been guided by evidence from a range of experts, including the PHG Foundation.

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Cambridge Consultants unveils the world’s lowest power voice detection

Cambridge Consultants' Ecoutez powers the future of voice recognition technology, from always-on voice personal assistants to the next wave of hearables.

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Online expenses reduce paperwork for SMEs

Lost expenses receipts and delayed payments could be a thing of the past, thanks to a new online product accessible to even the smallest businesses. ‘Expenses online’ is the latest addition to the family of easy to use, cloud based business systems from Cloud B2B Solutions.

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Are you plannng a Careers Transition? Stuck in a rut?

Are you plannng a Careers Transition? Stuck in a rut?

Planning a Career Transition? How do you make yours a big success? What’s really holding you back? Get brave and come along to a Careers Transition Workshop - get support, and get it right.

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WaveFX webcast The Commonwealth Summit live from Buckingham Pala

WaveFX webcasts the Commonwealth Summit live from Buckingham Palace

THe UK hosted the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), where world leaders gathered in London and Windsor to address shared global challenges and agree actions on how to create a better future for all. WaveFX was on-site for seven days...

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Cambridge Index rises 1.9%

The Cambridge Index gained 1.9% or 495.5 points to settle at 26,183.6, as eight of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.

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Daniel Zeichner MP hosts Cambridge Brain event in Parliament

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner will host teachers, academics, researchers and education policy officers in Parliament to conclude ‘the Educated Brain‘ seminar series, looking at bringing education policy together with neuroscience.

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Green Custard becomes partner for global brand

This week, custom software consultancy Green Custard announced that it is now an integration partner for global brand Nexmo. The organisations will be joining forces on projects to help companies add contextual communications to their business-critical applications.

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The Deloitte Consumer Tracker - confidence grows but spending stutters

UK consumer confidence improved in the first quarter of 2018, rising by one percentage point from Q4 2017, according to the latest Consumer Tracker report from Deloitte. With confidence in the previous quarter flat compared to Q3 2017, the uptick in sentiment in the first three months of 2018 is an indication that the economic pressures that have been facing consumers over the past year may be starting to ease.

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EACH sends congratulations to Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) has shared its delight at the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third child.

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Blindingly obvious disconnection

Powerful bosses can be ‘blind’ to gaps in workplace connections between employees, finds a new study co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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New podcast features GPs pioneering genomics projects to help improve accuracy of prescribing

In the third 'Primary Care Talks' podcast just released, host Dr Hasan Chowhan discusses bringing first-of-a-kind genomic testing projects into primary care with Cambridge GP, Dr Alina Roser.

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Birketts rises to the Cumbrian Challenge once again

Birketts rises to the Cumbrian Challenge once again

Birketts has entered 11 teams into this year’s Cumbrian Challenge in aid of Walking With The Wounded.

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Just one more Ash Dieback spore could push European ash trees to the brink

Europe’s ash dieback epidemic could well have been caused by just one or two mushroom-like fruiting bodies of a fungal pathogen from Asia, according to a comprehensive genome sequencing effort published in Nature Ecology & Evolution. This leaves even the most resistant ash trees at threat from the introduction of just one more spore from East Asia.

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Dovetailed seeks volunteers for mental health research

Are you able to help Dovetailed improve tools for assessing mental health?

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Understanding the Chinese culture: #1 Traditions versus modern China

If you intend to interact with Chinese people for business purposes, it is advisable to learn some basics about the Chinese culture, which is very different from the West. In a series of posts over the coming weeks, Crayfish.io – the unique online platform dedicated to helping Western companies do business in China – aims to close the knowledge gap.

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Interdisciplinary Award to create the first fully-functional bioengineered bile duct

Dr Athina Markaki and Dr Alexander Justin of the University of Cambridge Department of Engineering along with Professor Ludovic Vallier, Dr Fotios Sampaziotis (Wellcome – MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute) and Mr Kourosh Saeb-Parsy (Department of Surgery) have been awarded a Rosetrees Trust Award for Interdisciplinary Research between the Departments of Engineering and Medicine.

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Morgan Sindall encourages Year 5s to get building!

Morgan Sindall encourages Year 5s to get building

Nearly 40 Year 5 students from Bar Hill Primary School visited Littleport and East Cambs Academy for a STEM outreach day with Morgan Sindall, to learn about the construction industry and the cutting-edge technology used to design new buildings.

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Job Fair next week offers a world of opportunity

Cambridge Network's Job Fair next week - on the afternoon of Friday 4th May - promises jobseekers a huge variety of opportunity to connect with leading local employers.

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Business lecture explores 'Innovation in Education'

The next Cambridge Network business lecture next Tuesday (1st May) explores 'Innovation in Education' - looking at how the fast-moving world of technology can provide resources and virtual environments to enable teachers and trainers to motivate and engage with their students.

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