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Mercedes aims to be among top two players to scale autonomous tech: reports

Mercedes-Benz, which is owned by German car and truck maker Daimler is undeterred by Waymo’s progress. Mercedes-Benz’s is not aiming to be the first manufacturer to develop a self-driving car but it wants to be among the first two players able to scale up the technology, Mercedes-Benz executive Christoph Schroeder told German paper Welt am Sonntag. Carmakers and tech companies ...

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Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD) and Small and Micro Enterprise Promotion Service (SMEPS) join hands to scale up business resilience support to Yemen under BRAVE Program

JEDDAH, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia — IDB Head Office witnessed today the signing ceremony of the implementation agreements for the scale up of BRAVE Program in Yemen. The Business Resilience Assistance for Value-adding Enterprises (BRAVE) aims to enhance the resilience of the SMEs in Yemen in vital sectors against the impacts of the ongoing conflict. The positive results of the ...

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The disruption of the secondary market relies on efficiencies that can scale

For the last several years, the mortgage industry has experienced a disruptive wave of technology innovation by vendors aiming to improve results and lower costs. Until recently, the vast majority of these innovations have focused on automating the front-end of the digital mortgage loan process, leaving significant opportunities to automate post-closing processes such as whole loan pricing and loan trading. Now, ...

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How Tilray is pushing to scale with the cannabis market – and Acumatica SaaS ERP

It’s been almost two years sinc<img class="alignright size-img-medium wp-image-781440" src="×225.jpg" alt="flowers-and-growth" width="370" height="225" srcset="×225.jpg 370w,×230.jpg 380w,×149.jpg 245w,×169.jpg 277w,×137.jpg 225w,… diginomica

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How Amazon Web Services runs security at a global scale

Amazon Web Services (AWS) runs a pretty tight ship where security is concerned; the organisation, after all, holds critical business applications and information for some of the world’s largest banks, government entities, and streaming services such as Netflix and Spotify that would render many parts of the world useless, or at least mad, if its datacentres were to fail. Special ...

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