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In the news this week August 6th 2018

Dear Readers, Below are some articles we've seen this week just gone, all of which reflect issues - in areas such as corporate governance, sustainability, leadership and artificial intelligence - that Tomorrow's Company thinks business should seek to address if it is to become a force for good in society. Yours, The TC team

  1. A profile of Fetch, a spin-off company from DeepMind, that wants to "democratise" Artificial Intelligence by retaining their financial independence - and so, they say, being of greater benefit to society as a whole https://bit.ly/2MlZrxD

  2. Lego have launched their first sustainable blocks made from sugarcane – and they hope to include most products by 2030 https://read.bi/2vIqufj

  3. Mental health organisation Jami opens 'the coolest charity store' - a bike shop that also gives vocational and employment opportunities to service users https://bit.ly/2MlZn0D

  4. Tech innovation is being backed - albeit by the government rather than by big business. '£51m UK Government backing confirmed for Compound Semiconductor CSACatapult in Cardiff' https://bit.ly/2vzM7PM

  5. If AI shifts the emphasis from analysis to judgement, how do you develop judgement and discernment in leaders? https://www.strategy-business.com/article/When-Prediction-Gets-Cheap

  6. From the heartoftheart blog: on change management: https://www.heartoftheart.org/?p=2244

  7. "We must all learn to be poorer, and most especially the prosperous West" says Giles Fraser. 'Consumer greed is making suckers of us all': https://unherd.com/2018/08/consumer-greed-making-suckers-us/

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