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.
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.
FirstNet Solutions says that the panoply of management implications and financial threats that lie behind lack of GDPR compliance is a big selling point.
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.
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.
Conventional wisdom says you should protect your data by keeping it close. In reality, it's more secure with SaaS companies, says New Relic's Lee Atchison
Civil liberty groups have said that the new data protection law, based on GDPR, would create a two-tier, racially discriminatory data protection regime.
Europe's digital ministers have made the right noises and posed for the photo opp, Now they face the challenge of implementing a five year e-government vision.
Splunk’s security evangelist Matthias Maier posits some thoughts on what is important when it comes to managing GDPR in action.
Enterprise hits & misses - Avoiding security worst practices while Microsoft Ignites and Oracle opens
In this edition: Security best practices revealed - but worst practices are all too common. Plus: wrapping a big event week with Microsoft Ignite and kicking off Oracle OpenWorld. And: your weekly whiffs.
Privacy Shield was always lipstick on the data protection pig. An Irish court has issued a ruling that could see the porcine framework reduced to rashers in the near future.
Facebook is facing intense scrutiny. It is not alone. What happens next will have a significant impact on those who rely upon Facebook, Google and Amazon but the wider implications are equally important.