Chris Middleton welcomes a new report revealing how each political constituency in the UK will be hit by AI, assessing the impact on jobs.
Gary Barnett, head of end user advisory at GlobalData Technology, talks about what is working and what isn’t within the central digital government agenda.
Enterprise technology giant Oracle has responded to an executive order from President Trump that opens it up to charges of being on the wrong side of change
After two years of wandering in the wilderness, the Modernizing Government Technology Act has finally cleared both houses of Congress. Will it be enough to jumpstart a government movement toward newer, more secure IT?
Job security, a visit from Klaus Schwab and not a killer robot in sight - but can AI overcome its image problem with the public?
Nesta chief executive, Geoff Mulgan CBE, explains that he thinks increased use of AI and automation will lead to more jobs, not less.
Whilst spend through the Digital Marketplace has surpassed £2bn, buyers still find the frameworks inflexible and unhelpful for certain projects.
Defra is affected by 25% of all incoming EU regulations to the UK and is having to prioritise its digital investments ahead of Brexit.
Paul Maltby, director of data projects, communities and local government, discusses the importance of bringing digital and policy professionals together.
The Chief Digital and Information Officer shed some more light on HMRC’s digital projects, including a proof of concept using blockchain technology.
The influential CBI has warned the government against dragging its feet when it comes to securing a data sharing deal with the EU post-Brexit.
Group Chief Digital and Information Officer for Defra group, John Seglias, explains the importance of digital and data in his plans.
An Institute for Government’s report states that digital is lagging behind in providing learning and development opportunities for digital specialists.