Hug a robot - they're not coming for your jobs after all, despite the armageddon peddlers dire predictions. A wide-ranging report on the Future of Work that deserves a lot of attention.
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.
If the introduction of AI in the workplace means that demand for soft skills will rise, and soft skills have traditionally been associated with women, just where does that leave men?
A generation of 'Data Whisperers' is needed to exploit the full potential of the AI revolution, argues Ocado's CTO.
Dyson is a UK manufacturing success story with an eye on the future potential - and challenges - of AI in both its business and across society.
The ambitious journey to modern HR - talking risk, retention, and SuccessFactors with Corning's Christy Pambianchi
Modern HR is a worthy goal, but for a company of Corning's scale, it's an ambitious undertaking. Corning Incorporated's Christy Pambianchi told me her secrets to strategic HR - and how her team pulled off a big bang SuccessFactors rollout this year.
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.
Partner with the big players, and spot talent in emerging regions - the secrets to success for Salesforce's Customer Success champion Maria Martinez.
Last night, Elon Musk unveiled the Tesla Truck. But will a list of safety features, a credible range, and impressive performance be enough to sell this beast?
Field service recruitment needs a rebrand if it's to attract the next generation of talent, argues David Milam, CMO at ServiceMax
Who will manage the unintended consequences of labor optimization that is aided by machine learning and other forms of artificial intelligence? Workday steers a narrow course.
A doubling of the current tech visa allocation for non-EU professionals in Brexit Britain. It's a start, but only just...
Google's Diane Greene and IBM's Ginni Rometty provide insight into their careers, women-in-tech and how to lead from the front.