The quest for a halfway decent mobile event app is fraught with the peril of time wasted. But at Controlling 2019, attendees embraced an event app in a way I've never seen before. It made a difference.
The worst person Donald Trump ever met is about to take charge of "a Europe Fit for the Digital Age"
Margrethe Vestager is about to become a lot more powerful and has the US tech sector in her sights.
Omni-channel retail needs APIs to deliver a sought-after customer experience that leaves cash registers in the past, argues Mulesoft's Paul Crerand.
Women in IT - Ada Lovelace would be horrified by the lack of progress, argues Red Hat's Margaret Dawson
It's Ada Lovelace Day - time to up the game when it comes to getting women better represented in the tech sector.
Reaching out a tentacle on World Octopus Day to find parallels with technology innovations.
This week - is AI a tool for big tech supremacy, or a democratizing force? Offshoring alarmists get their reckoning, but they weren't wrong about everything. Blockchain gets skewered and Gartner gets quadranted. Your whiffs include my falling out with Alexa.
AI is everywhere - not least front and center at this week's Microsoft Future Decoded conference in London.
CIO shares tips on attracting tech talent and squeezing more from IT resources
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.
A UK Government report on automation and the future of work has some very British calls to action, but wider learnings for global consideration.
It's Friday afternoon, and caffeine is running low. It's time for a fresh critique of the AI skills gap. My foil? A fresh report from IBM, predicting a retraining need for 120 million workers. Grab a cup and join me.
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?