The buck stops with Zuckerberg for Facebook's civil rights shortcomings says...Facebook's own audit report
A meeting between Facebook management and civil rights campaigners was little more than a PR exercise, but a damning audit report does at least place blame firmly where it belongs - at the feet of Mark Zuckerberg himself.
Data brokers and personal data collection continues to cross ethical lines. But there are bright spots - including supply chain data sharing startup Aperity. I talked with their CEO about how their approach is different, and why AI and machine learning play a crucial data processing role.
After integrating its supply chain, sales and accounting systems, industrial adsorbents supplier Interra Global can apply real-time data to hone efficiency and quickly resolve supply glitches
Denim giant Levi’s revenues for the quarter fell by $800 million compared to last year, but CEO Chip Bergh is confident on the company’s post-COVID-19 future.
Introducing an important technology that should be on the radar of enterprise CISOs using cloud services for sensitive applications.
Digital transformation has been pitched as a bulwark against the pandemic economy. The truth is much more complex. At IFS MindFuel 2020, a CIO panel with Mars Petfood, Berkeley Group and Mediq provided a reality check - and took the conversation in directions I wasn't expecting.
Giving evidence to the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee, the contact tracing chiefs would not be drawn on an app release date.
Three main themes emerged from SAPPHIRE Reimagined for the average SAP customer. Let's talk NetWeaver.
Konica Minolta's progress to Postgres - curing the healthcare sector's database dependency on Microsoft?
Konica Minolta moved from Microsoft to open source Postgres to underpin its radiography platform, a shift that saw the provider need to convince customers it was a sound one.
Speaking at IFS’s virtual customer event, SEAKR Engineering discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic is making it rethink how and where employees work.