A new report released by consultancy firm Accenture outlines how AI can reverse the decline in corporate profits and public sector output.
Self-driving software will transform enterprise productivity and boost profits for those who adopt it, writes Unit4 CEO Stephan Sieber
AI and CRM are mutually-beneficial according to new research from IDC. But what about the jobs implications for both public and private sectors?
For years digital commerce growth has been all about traffic, traffic, traffic. Not any more it seems. An interesting shift as the number of retail digital commerce use cases grows.
The energy industry is going through a period of disruption as production and consumption models change - GE thinks it can help ease the pain.
If our basic understanding of information is flawed then how can AI help? We need to examine our predisposition to tacitly believe what's in front of us and critically examine the context of information.
Although initially employed on consumer gadgets, look for conversational interfaces to spread across industries and into purpose-built hardware.
Vestas Wind Systems turned to IT outsourcing during a time of duress - it's evolved into a strategic priority. Here's how contract management and machine learning vendor SirionLabs fits in.
MasterCard's CEO offers some trenchant views on the IoT and the role of AI in making data essential.
An interview with Tact CEO Chuck Ganapathi on how the transition to AI-powered conversational apps will transform the enterprise apps landscape
Artificial intelligence in the enterprise is much more than voice controlled gadgets. Business AI must be smart, writes Deskera founder and CEO Shashank Dixit
Are automotive incumbents doing enough to anticipate the disruption that's coming? And why is that much-flogged term "big data" integral to new automotive business models? How will changes from ownership to on-demand autos impact urban planning? These are a few of the questions I posed to investor, blogger, and book author Evangelos Simoudis in our chat wrap.
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.