To no one in particular’s surprise, the FCC has rolled back consumer protections for Internet usage. Now the fun really starts.
What should we expect in the on-going arm-wrestle with cybercriminals as malware gets smart, devious and hard to find?
Opportunities and challenges for incumbents and new entrants alike as the EU Revised Payment Services Directive PSD2 opens up banking APIs
A UK cross-political party group has produced some interesting and compelling recommendations around AI policy that could be usefully adapted at home and internationally.
A report by the Public Accounts Committee has said that banks need to be held accountable for online fraud and the Home Office needs to show leadership.
While the truism that technology is neither inherently good nor inherently evil remains true, Facebook’s suicide intervention program powered by AI pattern recognition pushes existing legal, moral and ethical boundaries.
Doctor John Kelly, Head of Cognitive Solutions and IBM Research, on AI, cognitive potential and the responsibilities of data stewardship in the corporate enterprise.
The European Union is moving in the right direction on digital public service delivery in the main, but there are still issues that need to be addressed, not least around user centricity and transparency.
SAP UK & Ireland User Group meet this week. SAP will face some testing questions. Here is my pre-event assessment around the top of mind topics.
The £118k Data Protection Officer role will help HMRC navigate the complex and demanding GDPR regulation that is due to come into effect in May 2018.