The best of The Telegraph in audio: The rise of 'snooptech' and why British Airways' systems are a laughing stock 

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Every Friday the Telegraph will bring you a selection of our best articles, comment pieces and features in audio form to be listened to at your convenience.

Business editor Ben Wright explains why the repeated attacks on Mark Carney, a controversial figure in the eyes of many Brexiteers, are a threat to the UK’s financial stability.

It was another challenging week for British Airways – and any passengers travelling with the airline – after an IT failure struck, causing major disruption at London’s airports. Harry de Quetteville looks at why these problems keep affecting the company.

For years, businesses have screened emails in the interests of IT security, but now, tech which allows employers to monitor their staff is growing more and more powerful.

Matthew Field explores the issue and the increasing concerns among unions and worker groups over ‘snooptech’.

While Felicity Burch, director of digital and innovation at the Confederation of British Industry, says the UK could become the world leader in AI but warns the rise of machine learning will force companies to confront complex ethical dilemmas.

Here are this week’s recordings.

To listen,  click the ‘play’ button of the recording you wish to listen to.

The relentless attacks on Mark Carney are a threat to this country’s financial stability



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