Philip van der Wilt, EMEA VP and GM, ServiceNow, argues that there are areas of work that people will continue to excel at: creation, curation and communication.
What obstacles need to be overcome for robots to work in health and social care before Doctor Robot can see you now?
A House of Lords report suggests that controlled immigration after Brexit will result in firms replacing cheap labour with automation investments.
Killer robots are coming to your streets! Or so Elon Musk thinks - and he wants regulation now to fend them off.
If a country's national infrastructure is in disrepair - and most of them are - then could the robot revolution be the answer?
The UK robotics and AI industries might benefit from a 'Trump Bump' even against the uncertainties of Brexit, according to experts during UK Robotics Week.
HR leaders from Sberbank, Lufthansa and Jaguar Land Rover at SAP SuccessFactors EMEA conference discuss how they approach HR transformation
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.
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.
Robotic Process Automation goes deeper than BPO previously allowed. Automation end-to-end using bots is not possible, explains ServiceNow's VP Strategy, Chris Pope.
Machine learning and AI assistants will help organisations improve the performance of their quote-to-cash lifecycle, says Apttus’ Elliott Yama.
Facebook Messenger is being positioned as the platform for bot driven sales as new capabilities are brought to market. But Facebook isn't alone. It's a highly competitive space.
The digital revolution will inevitably create upsides and downsides, winners and losers. To mark ‘Responsible Business Week’, charity Business in the Community hosts a London-based event to explore what companies can do to ensure they make the right ethical choices – and why they should bother.