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London College of Fashion’s Centre for Sustainable Fashion launch FASHION VALUES a global sustainability platform with Kering, IBM and Vogue Business at London Fashion Week

Centre for Sustainable Fashion at London College of Fashion @LCFLondon, UAL is pleased to announce a new collaboration with global luxury group, Kering; a leading hybrid Cloud and AI company, IBM and Vogue Business a business media publication which offers a truly global perspective on the fashion industry. This pioneering collective of the world’s leading experts in their field, have come together to launch a brand-new global platform called, ‘Fashion Values,’ which will deliver open access, cutting edge fashion and sustainability learning. It will provide a framework to inspire and amplify the voices of the next generation; to help change the course of the fashion industry in the face of critical biodiversity loss and the climate emergency.

Burberry supports IBM interns to develop prototype system for product traceability

Burberry’s technology experts were keen to share their knowledge with a younger generation. With coaching from Burberry, students from IBM’s Extreme Blue internship program developed a prototype system that may help to improve product traceability and provide consumers with deeper insights into a product’s lifecycle. Burberry’s commitment to sustainability is long-standing, grounded in the belief that for future growth, the company needs to actively address the challenges facing the fashion industry. Sustainability is a growing priority for the fashion industry and retailers are doing more to promote ethical supplier practices and responsible consumption. Consumers, policy makers, and NGOs alike are concerned about the environmental and social impacts of retailers and their products. Financial institutions are also demanding more accountability from the companies they invest in.

Majority of Generation Z Students Believe AI Will Impact Their Careers—and They Feel Unprepared

New Findings from Worldwide @IBM and Morning Consult Study into #ArtificialIntelligence and #DataScience  On International Youth Day, IBM Announced a Free, New Digital Learning Resources for Teachers and Students on AI. A new study published yesterday (12 Aug) by IBM and Morning Consult found while teenagers are aware that skills like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and data science will change their careers, they feel woefully unprepared to work with these technologies.

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