As LinkedIn passes the half a billion member mark, Microsoft is coming out of the gate with its first ‘get Salesforce’ integrations with Dynamics 365. Game on.
Experts are split over whether the balance of power is about to shift irrevocably from the US to Asia in terms of investment in European tech companies, or whether there is still a long way to go before US dominance wavers.
Cloud computing’s history over the past 20 years foretells the future of automotive over the next 20 as autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing take over
Hermes delivers autonomous robots to UK streets .Chris Middleton speaks to the courier company about what robot deliveries mean for the future.
In this edition: marketing tech gets put to the AI field test, while hotels gear up for a pea-brained offensive against Airbnb. Plus: Slack gets called out, digital advertising gets exposed, and Delta forces United to move over in the fails race. Corporate creativity and low-code get a gut check. Your whiffs are bountiful, including – a whiff against myself?
Mining equipment supplier Caterpillar and its Australian reseller Westpac are showing how autonomous vehicles are changing the extractive industries.
Marketing and AI are going to get a heavy does of hype this year. But Barb Mosher Zinck does see some progress. Turns out that machine learning can help with of the most vexing martech problems: lead attribution. A more interesting play is coming: look out for the “integrated intelligence layer.”
The largest and most complex machine in history is 15% more efficient, thanks to enterprise asset management (EAM) from Infor.
It’s been two years since I addressed the challenge robotic automation poses to skills development. Plenty has happened since. Recent blog posts show that utopians and alarmists have more in common than they think. Here’s some recent posts of note – and how my own thinking has changed.