What should we expect in the on-going arm-wrestle with cybercriminals as malware gets smart, devious and hard to find?
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.
This week: what is the role for AI in workplace diversity? And why were analysts frustrated at AWS re:Invent? Plus: retail carnage with Amazon versus everybody else. Loads of whiffs this week as the social media spank tunnel ramps up.
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.
As China adopts AI-enabled education as part of its national strategy, what might this mean for the West?
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.
In an age of AI and machine-learning, the future of war looks very different and needs some radical re-thinking of defence strategies from NATO states.
Chris Pope, VP Innovation, ServiceNow, brings Industry 4.0 to light in practical, realistic terms - focusing on the five layers of intelligent automation.
Just when you thought the blockchain mania could not possibly get weirder, Cargill has launched a blockchain project that will let some lucky consumers trace their main course’s journey from family farm to family table. Seriously.
This week: the consequences of AI enterprises need to reckon with. Plus: consumer brand-pimping versus buyer trust. And - Uber drives though the mud again. Plus my first pre-whiff ever.