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Robots vs. Humans the next world war? Somehow, we don’t think so

Remember the movie IRobot? Its 2035 and Detective Del Spooner (or Will Smith as he is more commonly known) is saving the world from thousands of rampant evil robots who.

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How Google is helping us navigate through the Black Friday Sales

Over the past decade we’ve been gifted a fair few annual traditions from our lovely neighbours across the pond. First, the obsession with prom infiltrated our secondary schools. Then, we.

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What does WhatsApp’s new privacy policy mean for more than one billion users worldwide?

Yesterday, it was announced that mobile messaging service WhatsApp will be giving parent company Facebook, the personal information (including phone numbers) of over a billion users’ as part of plans to “…test ways for people to communicate with businesses in the months ahead.”

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Win or lose, we’ll still be brave

Tonight we go to Communiqué where we are shortlisted for Healthcare Communications Consultancy of the Year. I will be very inebriated.

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Translating virtual reality

VR content is difficult to explain. How can PR professionals take VR to consumers and creatives?

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Ten Top Tips for congress survival

Congresses can provide a great opportunity to get to know your clients, network with fellow industry bods and catch up with journalists from across Europe or further afield, but they can also be a tricky terrain to navigate.

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Britain set for a record breaking Black Friday thanks to hot-fingered online shoppers

Black Friday was engendered here in the UK in 2010 by online shopping giant Amazon and in the last two years it has enjoyed prominence with some of the UK’s biggest retailers; Marks & Spencer, Tesco and House of Fraser have all been taking part in the action.

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Ending Global Poverty – Shooting for Higher Goals

The Millennium marked the start of an important process that has perhaps now, fifteen years on, slipped a little from our collective consciousness – the birth and subsequent implementation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – a set of global goals intended to eradicate extreme poverty.

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Empathy: The focal ingredient for John Lewis Christmas Adverts

The campaign commendably partners up with Age UK to raise awareness about the half million older people who spend Christmas day alone every year. Loneliness among the elderly has been discussed frequently in 2015, and is arguably something we can all empathise with.

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Crystal ball time – what does the rise of Jeremy Corbyn mean for UK politics in the long term?

The rise and rise of Jeremy Corbyn shocked the Westminster commentariate to their core. Prior to his anointment as Labour Party Leader (it really was a coronation – although Jeremy might have a few reservations about that particular phrase) many well regarded hacks still thought uber-Blairite candidate Liz Kendall was in with a good chance. The electorate rejected left wing politics at the General Election they said – not so said the Labour Party membership.

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