One-third of all bank jobs are now tech-related

  • “Robert Walters predicts that online banking penetration in the UK will hit 90% by the end of 2020, driven by a combination of a Covid-19 legacy, a strong fintech sector and investments by banks in digital technology.
  • Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing told investors recently: ‘Technology is more important than ever – a fact that the coronavirus crisis is serving to highlight very well. Digital business models are the big winners, and this trend won’t suddenly reverse once the pandemic subsides.’”

How to Build the Ultimate Ecommerce App with’s Studio Store

  • “Not too long ago, NASDAQ predicted that by the year 2040, as much as 95% of shopping will be facilitated by ecommerce. Similarly, Shopify Plus estimates that by the year 2021, worldwide retail ecommerce sales will reach $4.9 trillion
  • Today, it is either go digital or go home. So, for all businesses looking for an ecommerce mobile app builder, Studio Store could be an interesting option.”

How Britain’s oldest universities are trying to protect humanity from risky A.I.

“If and when machines possess human-level artificial general intelligence, Bostrom thinks they could quickly go on to make themselves even smarter and become superintelligent. At this point, it’s anyone’s guess what happens next.

The dangers of A.I. If AI somehow became much more powerful, there are three main ways in which it could end up causing harm, according to Bostrom. They are:

  1. AI could do something bad to humans.
  2. Humans could do something bad to each other using AI.”

TikTok Expands Shopping Features by Bringing Creators into the Fold

“While only a small portion of ecommerce sales come from social channels, consumer adoption has grown in the past year. We expect that more than 75 million US social network users ages 14 and older will make at least one purchase from a social channel in 2020, up 17.3% from 2019.”

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