Complexity driving automation

Without computerised traction control at the start line and without automatic braking systems around the circuit, Fernando Alonso would not be sitting at the top of Formula One. Man without machine is nothing. Likewise, the brains behind the cutting edge instruments or complex trade ideas on today's trading floors would be incapable of making their concepts a reality without the modern technological infrastructure that is built around them. Technology, from the front office through to the back

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