This week: why automating deep learning matters, and how to hedge against software audits. Plus: the omni-channel blues. Your whiffs include the most unflattering tech headlines of the week.
Philip van der Wilt, EMEA VP and GM, ServiceNow, argues that there are areas of work that people will continue to excel at: creation, curation and communication.
Think AI as a general topic is rocket science? Try building deep learning models for niche applications. We look at Automation for deep learning as a key field for exploration as AI demand continues to explode but doesn't get any easier.
ServiceNow CEO John Donahoe can point to some stellar growth numbers around enterprise customers. Now he wants to get them talking in order to increase his firm's brand awareness. Sound thinking!
On the face of it the European Commission's fine is a drop in the revenue ocean, but it had a tangible effect on Alphabet's quarterly numbers yesterday.
1980s sci-fi showed the promise of artificial intelligence. Today it's real. Unit4's Claus Jepsen explains how AI will help you do more in the workplace
This week - Infor unfurls its AI play; Workday explains its PaaS moves. IBM Watson gets - and gives - a critique, and the future of work gets another flogging. Plus: your whiffs.
Five ways messaging vendor Slack is building up its platform credentials in a drive to get sticky adoption in enterprise collaboration
At its Enterprise World conference in Toronto, the enterprise information management company talks up its plans to bring AI to unstructured and semistructured information sources.
Infor's retail ambitions were on display at Inforum 2017. But Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods adds a whole new twist. Here's what we learned.
In this edition - private cloud gets called out by a public cloud advocate, humans call out humans for not trusting AI. Your whiffs include a sharing economy fail and a Yelp career implosion.
The Infor platform is named after Katherine Coleman Johnson, a physicist and mathematician whose critical calculations helped man reach the moon.
Much has been made of the drivers' Uber experience but living well outside London, the most commonly cited city in the UK, I've found remarkably consistent driver experiences among a cohort of full time drivers.