Early in December, New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet opined that some years are “so eventful they are regarded as pivotal in history” and said 2020 will be considered one of those fateful years.
Good news this week for South London-based meal kit delivery service Mindful Chef, which was recently bought by food giant Nestlé. The deal is another sign that tech-driven businesses are thriving where others are not.
The Mental Health Foundation says mental health issues are the leading cause of sickness absence, claiming 70 million work days each year due in the UK – which costs employers approximately £2.4 billion per year.
Finding a job amid coronavirus is obviously, a difficult time for all involved and it's likely to remain difficult while the world recovers from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. However, there are some ways to get ahead.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed everything - both for businesses and individuals. As well as the obvious health implications and risks, it also brings with it a wealth of economic issues, and there are fears that many more will lose their jobs alongside the already-growing unemployed.
Yesterday we had the pleasure of partnering with non-profit organisation R-Ladies and luxury fashion ecommerce platform Farfetch to bring you Interpretable Deep Learning, with Keynote speaker Dr Shirin Glander.