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Reshma Khilnani Reshma Khilnani
Updated on May 21, 2024

Why a Heavily Regulated Industry Is Great for Your Software Engineering Career

The word “regulation” might scare software engineers who imagine their sleek, elegant products getting bogged down in red tape. But our expert says that image isn’t necessarily true.

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Mike Hyzy Mike Hyzy
Updated on May 14, 2024

Why We Need AI Governance Now

Only by establishing robust governance mechanisms can we harness AI’s advantages while mitigating its potential liabilities.

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Shahzaib Muhammad Feroz Shahzaib Muhammad Feroz
Updated on May 01, 2024

How Tech Can Combat Trade-Based Money Laundering

Worried about TBML? Here’s how you can use technology and stakeholder training to detect and squash it.

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Bill Winsininski Bill Winsininski
Updated on May 01, 2024

How Innovation Ecosystems Can Accelerate Quantum Technology’s Growth

Before tech companies compete in a new field, they collaborate to build it in public-private partnerships.

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Yuval Boger Yuval Boger
Updated on April 29, 2024

How Should Governments Balance Quantum Supremacy and National Interest?

As governments try to foster the development of quantum technology, they will have to weigh whether they want to support companies within their own borders or to acquire the best tech available.

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Mike DeKock Mike DeKock
Updated on April 26, 2024

Compliance Doesn’t Have to Disrupt Startup Agility — It Can Boost It

The word “compliance” might make startup founders shudder as they think of onerous, time-consuming processes that bog down their operations. But our expert says modern compliance doesn’t have to be that way.

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Mark Venables Mark Venables
Updated on April 24, 2024

What the FTX Trial Means for the Future of Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurency is at a crossroads. Here’s how the lessons from FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried’s trial and other controversies could pave the way for a more sustainable future. 

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Edward J. Beltran Edward J. Beltran
Updated on April 24, 2024

Labor Strikes Are Here to Stay

That is, unless employers pay workers fairly and address their workplace needs.

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Edward Hearn Edward Hearn
Updated on April 23, 2024

What Is a Creative Commons License?

Creative Commons licenses are a new legal tool aimed at bringing copyright law into the digital age. Here, our expert explains how they work and weighs their pros and cons.

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Colin Campbell Colin Campbell
Updated on April 22, 2024

Was WeWork’s Problem Too Much Money?

Our expert argues that a too-big bundle of cash drove the startup sensation into bankruptcy.

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