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AI and Privacy: Everything You Need To Know About Trust and Technology

Below, we get you to the basics of AI and privacy – finding out what it is, what it means in today’s world and what are some of the best practices when it comes to developing a secure and trustworthy AI.
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By Dario Casella, Head of Ericsson Product Privacy Office, and Laurence Lawson, Privacy Specialist, Ericsson Product Privacy Office

D&I Weekly News Round-Up: Fairness, Neurodiversity and More

Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about the benefits of a fair workplace, women’s aspiration to move into leadership roles, Mastercard supporting neurodiversity in the workforce, and the differe
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By Caroline Berns

Head of Diversity & Inclusion and Talent Acquisition, MMEA

Fairness

When employees feel they are being treated fair, their performance can improve by up to 26%, and retention by up 27%. So what can organizations do to provide a fair workplace? Good insights in this HBR article.

D&I Weekly News Round-Up: Bias, Gender Equality and More

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By Caroline Berns, Head of Diversity & Inclusion and Talent Acquisition, MMEA

Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about the WEF Global Gender Gap Report 2022, how nudges can improve performance reviews, a new UN Women gender equality study, and how remote working can negatively impact promotions.

Proximity bias

Mobile Telecom - Leading and Enabling the Path to Net Zero

By JAMES CRAWSHAW, Principal Analyst, Service Provider Operations and IT, Omdia
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The Science-Based Pathway to Net Zero for the ICT industry (as defined by the SBTi) requires mobile network operators to slash operational emissions by 45% between 2020 and 2030. Over the same period, fixed network operators must reduce their emissions by 62%, and data centers by 53%.

Delivering Net Zero - What It Takes in the Telco Industry

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What?

Taking action to achieve Net Zero right now is more important than ever, as we only have a narrow window of opportunity to keep the increase in temperature within 1.5℃C. The industry has made a commitment to reach net zero by 2050 at the latest.

Why?

Swimming in Plastic Potential: The Innovation That's Turning Trash Into Cash

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We are in a plastic crisis: a material that we depend on, but are now drowning in. Turning ‘trash into cash’ – the latest spark to emerge from Ericsson ONE, Ericsson’s internal accelerator for intrapreneurs – is one of many breakthrough technologies that is using the circular economy model to tackle the issue head on. Below, we explore why such innovations can prove so decisive in curbing consumption and waste at a critical juncture in the Earth’s history.

D&I Weekly News Round Up: Sexism, LGBTQ+ and More

by Caroline Berns, Head of Diversity & Inclusion and Talent Acquisition, MMEA
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Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round Up. Today we are talking about benevolent sexism in the workplace, the LGBTQ+ wage gap, a new employee well-being report, and how dads can experience depression in the first year after birth.

Sexism

WEF 2022: Why Universal Connectivity Matters Today More Than Ever

By Erik Ekudden Group CTO and Head of Technology & Strategy
Summary: 

Digitalization can be a silver bullet solution to grow beyond today’s shared sustainability and economic challenges. Yet with nearly 3 billion people still without access to connectivity, we risk losing much of that potential. To meet shared challenges, it is critical that we leave no one and no country behind.

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Digitalization can be a silver bullet solution to grow beyond today’s shared sustainability and economic challenges. Yet with nearly 3 billion people still without access to connectivity, we risk losing much of that potential. To meet shared challenges, it is critical that we leave no one and no country behind.

Evolution: The Journey From Proof of Concept to Port Digitalization

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In our earlier blog posts in this series – we’ve made a strong case that a private network is the smart choice for any port that wants to accelerate its digital transformation, increase job satisfaction, productivity and safety, and meet sustainability initiatives. Now that the ‘why’ is clear, we want to shift focus to the ‘how’. The process we outline here is designed to ensure that port operators avoid potential use case adoption barriers and experience a smooth transition from proof of concept to full rollout to steady state adoption of port digitalization.

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In our earlier blog posts in this series – we’ve made a strong case that a private network is the smart choice for any port that wants to accelerate its digital transformation, increase job satisfaction, productivity and safety, and meet sustainability initiatives. Now that the ‘why’ is clear, we want to shift focus to the ‘how’. The process we outline here is designed to ensure that port operators avoid potential use case adoption barriers and experience a smooth transition from proof of concept to full rollout to steady state adoption of port digitalization.

D&I Weekly News Round-Up: Neurodiversity, Stereotypes and More

by Caroline Berns, Head of Diversity & Inclusion and Talent Acquisition, MMEA
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Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about the first Black woman on the ISS crew, a new job marketplace for neurodivergent job seekers, the boring stereotype, and Samsung apologizing for their latest advert.

Neurodiversity

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