- Ralf Speth, chief executive of Jaguar Land Rover, told Sky News that it would have to “see the facts” before deciding whether to continue manufacturing in the UK. Dr Speth said that if the UK’s divorce from Europe resulted in new tax and tariff barriers it would be a “huge challenge” for the company, which is the UK’s biggest industrial employer.
- “Just like you built websites in the past, or mobile applications in the past, you’re going to now start building bots as new interfaces, new applications,” he said.
- More than 600,000 people around the world attempted to grab a record and secure their place in the history books.
- Microsoft’s CEO wants bots and AI in every home
- The order from Peach Aviation – 39 percent owned by Japan’s largest airline ANA Holdings – is expected to cover ten fuel-saving A320neo narrow body airliners and three previous versions of the A320, for $1.3 billion at list prices, said the sources, who did not want to be named as the deal is not public.
While his feet may have been in Sydney, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s head was firmly in the clouds. Or rather, his own cloud — the company’s cloud computing service Azure. In Australia for a Microsoft Developers conference, Nadella laid out his main theories for the digital future: Mobile-first
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