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CONTENTS


5 FOREWORD 6 BRIEFING


8 INTERVIEW Kate Forbes


10 HEALTH & CARE From Skycanner to the NHS Dr AI will see you now Meeting in four dimensions


14 INFRASTRUCTURE Creating an Airbnb for electricity Switching on to green cars


16 LEGAL Making ownership one click away Driving innovation in Scotland’s law sector


18 COVER STORY Keeping the UK in the supercomputing ‘arms race’


20 ONES TO WATCH Person. Company. Technology. Te 2019 List


24 CYBERSECURITY A digital sovereign identity for every Scottish citizen Accenture launches global application security hub National Progression Awards (NPAs)


28 PEOPLE It’s time to embrace Brexit Tax planning for start-ups Skills – the four ‘Cs’


31 INNOVATION Te future of digital local government 10 Scottish companies embracing digital innovation


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Te Interview: Kate Forbes, Digital Economy Minister.


32 COMMERCIAL


FutureScot’s young and inspirational readership of 69,000 business leaders and innovators (Te Times Scotland) is supplemented by direct distribution to politicians, civil servants, academia, and the wider technology sectors. If you would like to see your organisation or client featured in FutureScot magazine, or on Futurescot.com please contact us now.


EVENTS


For more information on attending or exhibiting at our FutureScot Conferences please refer to futurescotevents.com, our Spring listing on Page 35 or contact Vincenzo Veglia on 0131 357 4475 or email vincenzo@canongate.org


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Te 10 Scottish companies pushing the envelope on digital innovation.


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