Ocado's technology investments have helped turn a £12 million profit into a £0.5 million loss. Is that a price worth paying for the online grocery firm?
4IR is a convenient label applied to the changes we see going on around us. But is that moniker appropriate? I don't think so. Here's why.
Banks are leading the way in artificial intelligence as a means to reduce spending and risk. We look into technology and labor implications of these advances in the sector.
Aerial robotics is a massive industry worldwide. Chris Middleton talks to one of the world’s leading researchers, Jim Scanlan, about some extraordinary applications.
Infosys Q3 FY2018 was not remarkable, neither was it calamitous. What the new CEO had to say though hints of a conservative future.
There was a LOT going on in the CRM market during 2017. Most of it seemed peripheral or tangential but that disguises progress hinting at an exciting interesting 2018.
Yep, it's the final hits and misses of 2017. That means I hand out some cheeky awards to the enterprise blogging community - as always, unsuitable for framing. Plus: whiffs galore.
FORA Summit UK 2017 - the robotic process automation (RPA) hype is over; now is the time to get stuff done
RPA is rapidly moving from hype to action and what I heard and saw gives me hope that for once, we're seeing technology that can easily deliver more than a point improvement
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.
As China adopts AI-enabled education as part of its national strategy, what might this mean for the West?
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.
Ocado has scored its first public international deal for its proprietary e-commerce and warehousing tech. But does it justify the over-excitement from investors?