Yes, health care needs AI - but maybe not in the ways we think. A new book on AI's medical potential needs a critical eye. With AI, there is always a human consequence beyond the tech storyline.
The issue of AI ethics has sharpened - ideas for governing AI and ethical oversight are gaining a foothold. But will they have any teeth? And what about the possibility that AI can oversee itself?
A story with the word `mainframe’ in it, so look away now. But then you might miss something that, for any business throwing high volumes of sensitive data around their networks, could prove to be worth at least a bit of investigation.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Larry Ellison makes compelling autonomous pitch for buyers grappling with complexity
Oracle CTO Larry Ellison took to the stage for the first of his two keynotes to talk up all things autonomous. And, of course, do a bit of AWS-bashing.
JDA CEO Girish Rishi on supply chain management's rise to become a CEO-level agenda item.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Autonomous Database finds traction with SMEs, developers and those struggling with security complexity
We speak to Juan Loaiza, EVP of Systems Technology at Oracle, about how buyers are responding do the company’s Autonomous Database pitch, on the eve of Oracle OpenWorld 2019.
Larry Ellison's vision for autonomous cloud stretches beyond the database world as OpenWorld delegates will hear this week.
Smartphones are an ultimate incarnation of the network edge in action, and that could the target for HarmonyOS, a device and platform agnostic, distributed operating system that could be the start of device collaborations that grow into `entities’ of global scale and functionality.
Digital economic policy is a global concern that came into focus at a London-based conference this week with lots to think about.
Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd is out of action for the time being, but Larry Ellison and Safra Catz have a lot coming up with OpenWorld next week.
Intel is setting itself the goal of providing developers with tools to deliver increasing levels of abstraction away from the tech coalface and democractise the development process.
Listening to the customer's digital signals - Lands End's data scientists focus on search is paying off
Lands End's Q2 numbers contained more signs of life than the retailer has shown for some time.
A new research paper from Georgia Tech takes a surprising position on algorithmic bias in hiring. Their view: we can reduce screening bias if algorithms take the impacted demographic groups into account. Here's my critique.