Who would you trust to take a lead on digital ethics? Ada Lovelace or Mark Zuckerberg?
There's a veritable clothes mountain going begging at H&M, so sharp discounting is on the cards. Improvements to supply chain management look badly needed...
Enterprise hits and misses - scraping Cambridge Analytica for insights, and negotiating better AI projects
This week: Extracting lessons from Cambridge Analytica's ethical morass. Plus: the art of negotiating AI projects, and minimizing "risk bias." Google and Uber face setbacks worth watching. And yes, loads of goofy and baffling whiffs.
When it comes to AI, HR people aren't always sure whether it's A-I or A-1, says Oracle's Emily He.
The magic formula for business success combines industrial IoT, asset performance management and intelligent field service writes Dave Hart of ServiceMax From GE Digital
One of the most memorable keynotes of the year came via Tim Leberecht at HfS FORA New York City, which contrasted the robotic age against the need for business romantics. Here's why Leberecht's keynote mattered - and my critique.
What can Google's attempt at predictions during March Madness teach us about the business application of Machine Learning? Quite a lot.
We look into the state of robotic process automation (RPA) in financial services and the challenges involved as well as a look into future adoption trends
Stand by for the Integration Cloud from Salesforce following its announced acquisition of MuleSoft.
Enterprise hits and misses - AI projects bring lessons while Toys R Us and Theranos bring cautionary tales
This week: Prudential shares AI project tips while Flippy the short-lived robotic burger chef gets a post-mortem. Analytical lemonade a-plenty via Toys R Us, Theranos, and Uber. Plus: whiffs a plenty.
A rather mundane application on first glance, but CLOE could save users and CSPs a lot of time and money.
With a new CTO and big plans for more tech investment, Williams-Sonoma remains ahead on retail digital transformation.