Pivoting off news around this week's NRF event in New York with a look at AI applications in retail, including a diginomica favorite, Domino’s Pizza.
Let's not take a 19th century robber baron mindset into the 2020s when it comes to considering 'Big Tech's role.
How unmanned aviation could be either a boon or a nuisance – depending on how well the technologies are managed.
Enterprise tech buyers will find no let up to the AI hype in 2020, but practical advances will increase, but it's still a case of caveat emptor.
Gartner reckons that in a couple of years from now, enterprises will spend more on chatbot creation than traditional mobile app development. Some tips on how to spend that money well...
A new report from Capgemini promises major gains from smart manufacturing – but also major obstacles.
It's time for the annual trip to the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas. Here are the highlights of this years confab - the good, the bad and utterly indifferent.
Getting ahead of the compliance curve is an attractive proposition for auditors. But can robotics process automation play a role? Kent Bettisworth says yes - but as I learned at Controlling 2019, there are major caveats.
At Controlling 2019, keynote speaker Barb Rojas of the Discovery Channel put an interesting twist on IT/business alignment. How do you impose governance on business users, without stifling their cloud pursuits? After the keynote, our podcast took the conversation further.
A positive assessment of Artificial Intelligence in a report from the electronics giant, but with necessary skepticism about its aims and presentation.
RaaS offers a fast, cost-effective, less risky and scalable way to adopt automated technologies.
Pink-eyed Terminators, clucking Alexas and giant dark data thunderclouds looming overhead - Boris Johnson's Brexit Britain tech pitch to the world
The British Prime Minister took full advantage of a UN General Assembly address to the world's leaders to pitch a tech-enabled Brexit Britain - or that was the theory at least.