More than half (53%) of organizations polled in the US, UK and Germany are ill prepared in cyber-security terms, with those respondents describing themselves as “cyber-novices”. What's to be done and what's the role of government?
Chris Middleton questions a new report’s claims that robots will be Uber to the UK’s public sector.
Tech leaders continue to speak out against Trump's immigrant and refugee ban, but some in the sharing economy aren't doing quite so well.
The real ethical dimension of AI lies in the thought processes that occurred before the coders were brought in, combined with the mindset and world views of the coders themselves.
The robots are coming and Members of the European Parliament have decided its their job to set down some rules. Chris Middleton challenges a proposed European solution to the rise of the Eurobot.
Use social listening and online ads more wisely or digital marketers risk alienating their most loyal customers.
Are digital marketers ready to get out of the human ‘gunk’ business and refocus their business on machines? Chris Middleton offers a personal opinion.
As HMRC continues its transition away from the Aspire outsourcing contract, one Agile development firm talks through the DevOps role in shaping a digital tax regime.
Wunderkind CEO Josh Valman about how AI, niche supply chains, and chips with everything will change R&D and manufacturing forever.
Supercomputer Watson joins quantum services and the TrueNorth chip in helping IBM understand what it means to be human.
Telling compelling, powerful and truthful stories to your constituency is a critical brand requirement for organizations in the digital age. Here are some thought-leaders in this respect.
One's a longstanding UK charitable institution, the other's a feisty mobile-first start-up. But both are looking to digital marketing to boost their cause.
As the Brexit aftershock rumbles on, Chris Middleton offers a personal view on the impact of EU withdrawal on data governance.