Chip technology developer ARM is getting to grips with the benefits coming from VMware’s decision to use AppDefense and NSX together.
Elon Musk warns of killer robots in your neighbourhood, but the RSA and others silence the noise by proposing some realistic solutions.
The recent Think AI for Public Sector event in London highlighted a number of emerging themes as artificial intelligence becomes more ubiquitous in society.
UNICEF helps young refugees to learn programming skills that they can carry with them as they rebuild their lives.
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?
The jobs robo-pocalypse is postponed, says YouGov. But is the UK’s moderate approach to robotics the right idea, or economic suicide?
Nesta chief executive, Geoff Mulgan CBE, explains that he thinks increased use of AI and automation will lead to more jobs, not less.
The Eurocrats have upped the Privacy Shield rhetoric and headed for Washington. Let’s hope they buy lots of lipstick in Duty Free. They’re going to need it.
Chair of the UK parliament’s Select Committee on AI, Lord Tim Clement-Jones, argues the case for AI ethics advisory boards in business at Lib Dem conference
Following Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff’s call to re-evaluate the UN’s sustainability goals in light of new tech, the second of two reports looking at the role of IT and innovation.
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.