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In the next issue of Verdict Magazine, we look at how the world of work is changing and how technologies including robotic process automation, collaborative tools, machine learning and the internet of things are transforming the workplace beyond recognition. But are promises of productivity boosts overrated?

We also look at how a greater focus on sustainability is producing startups with a novel take on waste, including an interview with hospitality disruptor Too Good to Go. Plus, we take a look at the rising Estonian technology industry to find out how the country is positioning itself as a leader within Europe and how key companies such as Bolt are playing a role.

In addition, we explore how wearable brain-computer interfaces are leaving the pages of novels and becoming real-world products, and how they might shape future enterprise practices.

Until then, you can get the latest technology insights, exclusives and need-to-know developments from our daily news site or by following us on Twitter.


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