This week: why automating deep learning matters, and how to hedge against software audits. Plus: the omni-channel blues. Your whiffs include the most unflattering tech headlines of the week.
This week: why Google's diversity problem is our problem, and boiling down AI adoption by industry. Your whiffs include some satirical awards, including my own fact check failure.
This week: Can AI give companies the edge over cybercriminals? Will McDonald's become as digital savvy as Starbucks? Your whiffs include a blockchain post on a no-elbow-grease diet.
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This week: Practical tips for aspiring CxOs in the face of change - and why microservices might succeed where SOA fell short. Your whiffs include an early whiff-of-year candidate.
This week - Infor unfurls its AI play; Workday explains its PaaS moves. IBM Watson gets - and gives - a critique, and the future of work gets another flogging. Plus: your whiffs.
In this edition - private cloud gets called out by a public cloud advocate, humans call out humans for not trusting AI. Your whiffs include a sharing economy fail and a Yelp career implosion.
This week: AI hype and ethics vs automation. Retailers respond to Amazon's dominance. Emerging tech is about purpose, not convenience. And: a guest whiff.
In this edition: the public sector wrestles with AI, APIs, and smarter cities. Uber purges, Adobe conquers, and a supply chain analyst reveals. Plus: a special awards version of your whiffs.
In this edition: why Amazon chomped up Whole Foods - and the aftershocks. Plus: AI job optimism and Chief Data Officers avoid the big data cliches. Your whiffs include an epic Marissa Mayer Gmail-related PR gaffe.
In this edition: why AI and integration top the enterprise event list, and why the cloud manufacturing market is gaining steam. Your whiffs include: some usual suspects that have really upped their (bad) game.
In this edition - tech gets political and so do we. Plus: IoT gets a critical review as smart cities go under the microscope. Your whiffs include unplugging airlines, deleting production systems, and defying tornados.
In this edition: Why Shell's Downstream CIO believes that CIOs must earn their business relevance or walk the career plank. HfS sparks a debate on the future of work and the obsession with digital efficiency over a purpose that matters. Also: what we've learned over the event season about AI and customer-savvy. Your whiffs include Facebook stepping in it, Google stepping in it twice, and: I go back on my airlines ban to assess British Airways.