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Recent news has reported on the release of an artificial intelligence system that is able to generate realistic stories, poems and articles, as though they were written by a human hand. This system was made available for public use despite fears that it was ‘too dangerous’ because of its alarming potential to create abusive content,…

Rick Wilson – Director of Nutrition and Dietetics at Kings College Hospital for 30 years up to his retirement in 2015, BSc. RD (retired) – looks at some of the considerations and challenges of eating a plant-based diet to benefit the planet. There is no doubt that our diet and the food and agriculture systems…

It is unsurprising that physical retail is in decline, but the extent to which it is suffering is somewhat unprecedented. According to recent figures from PWC, a record net 2481 stores left the high street in 2018 – 40 percent more than in 2017. The number of store openings dropped by 17.4 percent, while the…

Education IT buying in the age of austerity

09 Aug - By The Say Team
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There are few areas of the UK that have been hit harder by the government’s austerity programme than state education. This has been typified by a recent exclusive from The Guardian which revealed that more than 1,000 schools across England are turning to crowdfunding websites and wish lists to raise money for basic supplies such…

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