Moody's has a warning for US tech firms, while the French are getting impatient in Brussels.
In light of Pittsburgh’s synagogue murders and other recent hate crimes, is it time to crack down on the social media hate crazies? Can AI help and if so, should it be used for those purposes?
CEO Satya Nadella is now pumping the trio of cloud + intelligent edge + AI pretty hard, and pumps some more in London, where the experts say AI expertise and ethical understanding is probably the best in the world.
Joined up government? Not in UK circles it seems, while over the Pond US sabres are rattling...
The battle for the conscience of Silicon Valley ignores the industry’s military-industrial past.
A "tough year" for the Facebook CEO - and 2019's not looking that much better...
Former HCM tech product manager and Gartner analyst Thomas Otter on owning your HR tech strategy, SaaS, integration, data sovereignty, AI, DIY - and botany
Political grandstanding from the UK finance minister as the British pick a fight with the US tech sector.
SAP's blockchain is taking an overhyped concept and making it a practical reality for its customers. The example discussed here deals with an important regulatory issue in pharmaceuticals.
The price of Facebook's data privacy lapses? £500,000. But there could be bigger problems ahead...
Tim Cook calls for tougher privacy laws amid ‘weaponization’ of data. He says it all boils down to a fundamental question: What kind of world do we want to live in?
Morrisons has been found vicariously liable for a data breach caused by one rogue employee; the implications - and the cost - should ring alarm bells elsewhere in business.