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Automation and Humanity’s Future

In an attempt to cut through the headlines, Digital Bulletin speaks with author and technology business leader Charles Towers-Clark about a future that will simply have to unite human beings with artificial intelligence

Read articleposted 21st August 2019
Automation and Humanity’s Future

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In an attempt to cut through the headlines, Digital Bulletin speaks with author and technology business leader Charles Towers-Clark about a future that will simply have to unite human beings with artificial intelligence

Read articleposted 21st August 2019
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Logistics And Infrastructure In Smart Cities (Part Two Of Two)

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Smart cities need smart foundations. The increase in automated homes and buildings shows that there is a real demand for interactive spaces, but for smart cities to achieve the kind of seamless automation that many people imagine there is a . . .

Read articleposted 31st July 2019
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Stepping down as the CEO: Tech innovator Charles Towers-Clark on how it revolutionised his business

Stepping down as the CEO: Tech innovator Charles Towers-Clark on how it revolutionised his business

We’ve all heard tales of CEOs ‘who couldn’t let go’. Where blustery entrepreneurial characters summon up their insurmountable egos and do their business damage, mostly by failing to hand over the reins to specialist staff who can do it better. . . .

Read articleposted 23rd April 2019
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Book says AI will drive a different approach to staff management

Book says AI will drive a different approach to staff management

These are pretty weird times so it perhaps feels less surprising than usual that a recent book recommends running a company where staff can help to set their own salaries, accounts are accessible to all, where there is no formal . . .

Read articleposted 17th April 2019
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How will robots transform the digital workplace?

How will robots transform the digital workplace?

“[Robots] are, and will continue to, have a huge impact on manual jobs and create huge efficiencies for companies,” says Charles Towers-Clark, Group CEO of Pod Group. “Anything that can be put into a process can be automated. Anything that . . .

Read articleposted 12th April 2019
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AI, IoT, and the Future of Humanity

AI, IoT, and the Future of Humanity

Join behavioural futurist William Higham and Pod Group founder & CEO Charles Towers-Clark for a fascinating discussion on Artificial Intelligence, IoT, and their impact on the present, and future, of mankind.

Read articleposted 26th March 2019
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CEO: AI AS BIG A PROBLEM AS CLIMATE CHANGE

CEO: AI AS BIG A PROBLEM AS CLIMATE CHANGE

If we don’t move fast to prepare for a future dominated by artificial intelligence it will be too late. That is the view of CEO Charles Towers-Clark, who has implemented strategies at Internet of Things company Pod Group to prepare staff . . .

Read articleposted 25th March 2019
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AI WARNING: Robots will destroy a HUGE number of jobs claims expert

AI WARNING: Robots will destroy a HUGE number of jobs claims expert

The expert highlighted the unintended effects of artificial intelligence (AI) on the human race. Charles Towers-Clark, CEO of Internet of Things (IoT) company Pod Group, pointed out heightened unemployment will increase depression among workers. He went on to suggest depression . . .

Read articleposted 18th March 2019
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Will AI cause mental health problems in humans? Fears for ‘depressed’ workforce

Will AI cause mental health problems in humans? Fears for ‘depressed’ workforce

The world of AI and automatons is rapidly developing as industries use to emerging technologies to gain the competitive edge, such as in the automobile industry.

Read articleposted 18th March 2019
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