Author: Jessica

CogX London 2017

CognitionX, the Market Intelligence Platform which brings clarity to All Things AI, announced CogX London 2017, an Innovation Exchange focused on the impact that AI will have across all industries, government and society as a whole. The event which will take place in London from 19th-21st June and will attract over 1,500 attendees to explore how we should navigate the new and complex landscape which is rapidly reshaping the world around us. This unique gathering will play host to over 100 expert speakers including: MC Srivas, Chief Data Architect at Uber and Alex van Someren, Co-founder of Cyber London...

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The Best Cosmetic Clinic in Kent Announces its First Clinic in London

The Skin and Laser Clinic, Canterbury, is pleased to announce the opening of its London branch at Number 10, Harley Street, in Marylebone W1G 9PF. The Skin and Laser Clinic, Canterbury, is the award winning Cosmetic and Dermatology clinic which has been offering a Consultant Dermatologist led service for skin and laser treatments in Kent since 2002. Due to requests for a more centrally positioned clinic received from clients who have moved away from Kent in recent years, The Skin and Laser Clinic, Harley Street branch has been opened at number 10, Harley Street. It aims to provide some...

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121 bacteria and moulds on London buses, tube trains and taxis

London’s buses, tube trains and taxis were recently examined by an assembly of researchers for their hygiene and sanitation with tens of samples testing hand rails, seats, doors and walls. What they discovered? 121 various sort of microbes and bacteria were found, with the Underground being their “preferred” mean of transportation. There is also a winner, the Victoria line being the worst performing with 22 different bacteria species. The research disclosed that next in line are the Piccadilly line and the spiralling Circle line in the underground service, both a general habitat for 20 bacteria. The Metropolitan, Bakerloo and...

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Tablet lending pilot to boost digital inclusion across London

City Hall is expected to finance a tablet lending programme which aims to allow the older and socially neglected Londoners and also school children to get access to the internet. As outlined by a Greater London Authority briefing paper, a quarter of handicapped people as well as financially inactive Londoners, along with one out of ten from BAME communities in London have “never make use of the web ” while one in four in the C2DE communities do not possess simple digital skills. Individuals that do not possess equipment and access to the web stands at risk of getting...

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Bradley Shore joins Adestra

Adestra, a leading provider of innovative marketing technology software and services, announces the appointment of Bradley Shore to its Board of Directors as Chief Finance Officer. Based in the company’s UK office, Shore brings more than 20 years of senior financial management experience in the technology and software industry to his new role. He spent the last decade at The Pervasive Group of Companies as Group Finance & Commercial Director, and now joins Adestra at an exciting time following its successful expansion in the US and Australian markets. With 500-plus clients worldwide across a number of key sectors, Adestra...

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