Technology

Roy Jeans: why the Cairncross Review into news media is a failure of intent and resolution

Christophe Guilluy’s recently published English-language version of “Twilight of the Elites” focuses on nascent tensions between France’s metropolitan ruling class and the disenfranchised people who live in the countryside outside of France’s “citadels” of power and economic influence. Originally published ...

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Amazon steals march on the world with ‘Vesta’ home robots

Hard on the heels of its Echo voice activated device, Amazon is about to turn life on its head again with handy-sized home robots. Jeff Bezos’ ever-ingenious (and somewhat alarming) empire has a new plan to build a domestic robot ...

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Wunderman ECD Abi Ellis & co. pick their Desert Island Ads

In the last two decades Ellis has been a creative director at creative agencies in both London and New York, including roles as group creative director at Digitas LBi and executive creative director at Cult LDN. She is passionate about ...

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Lessons from SXSW: Y&R’s Gracie Page on ever-changing martech conferences and where innovators should go next

With a start to the tech year chock-full of big-name events that are just as big a bragging right as they are an innovation opportunity, I’ve started hearing rumblings of discontent from my adland colleagues. General displeasure with the enormity ...

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This is how Publicis Groupe’s Marcel platform will work

Publicis Groupe has revealed details of how Marcel will work when it launches in January 2019. Marcel, you may remember, is the reason Publicis Groupe hasn’t entered any awards over the last year. At Cannes 2017, CEO Arthur Sadoun got ...

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