Influential think tank Institute for Government has broken down exactly what went wrong with the A-Level algorithm during the COVID-19 pandemic - and there are lessons for business.
From fuel margin analysis to workforce management to analyzing Twinkie sales - how Pilot Flying J plans to turn Infor Coleman AI loose on bottom-line projects
For many companies, applying AI is still a hypothesis. Not for Pilot Flying J. Here's how Pilot Flying J is collaborating with Infor on a slew of use cases, including anomaly detection. Next up: fuel margin analysis, where predicting pennies has bottom-line potential.
The problem of ineffective or biased AI training data persists. Can synthetically-generated data alleviate this, or complement real data? It's not a simple question but it's one we need to assess.
Enterprise hits and misses - Zoom pays full price for Five9, marketers grapple with AI and ABM, and supply chain managers get a call to action
This week - Zoom buys Five9 for a heady price - will it pay off? Retailers prepare for the omni-holidays, supply chain managers get a logistics wake-up call, and blockchain finds an enterprise use case? Your whiffs include goofy AI music.
Oracle Live in review - Steve Miranda on how customers get from legacy to agile, and the potential of voice UI for the enterprise
When Oracle Live comes around, Steve Miranda is always up for a good back and forth around the announcements. This time up? I ask Miranda about the challenges of getting to cloud agility - and he responds to my questions on voice UI for the enterprise.
This week’s eForum on AI policy tries to locate the signal amidst the noise regarding the UK’s strategy, with help from Professor Dame Wendy Hall.
It was revealed this week that Infor is selling its EAM business to ‘digital reality’ vendor Hexagon AB for $2.75bn. We dive into the significance of the deal.
Enterprise hits and misses - storefronts face off with e-commerce, hybrid work policies emerge, and workplace neurodiversity gets a call to action
This week - the retail plot thickens as retailers choose divergent strategies. Collaborative work technology is surging, but are new "hybrid" policies already stale? Your whiffs include my worst workplace nightmare coming true.
AI ethics can seem like an academic exercise - that's not the case for autonomous weapons. A defining AI ethics issue for our time is heating up.
TrailheaDX 2021 - Salesforce CTO Parker Harris pitches 'power to the people' for low-code app development
A low-code future lies ahead and Salesforce's CTO aims to put the right tools in the right hands to meet it.
ETL is giving way to ELT. Why does it matter? Because data preparation remains one of the toughest obstacles that a data-aware organization must overcome. Whether it's a data lake, a cloud data warehouse, or AI-enabled data prep, there are critical factors to consider.
Having great content is vital, but so is getting it to the right target at the right moment, something US retailer Orvis has been focusing heavily upon.