Pivoting off news around this week's NRF event in New York with a look at AI applications in retail, including a diginomica favorite, Domino’s Pizza.
How unmanned aviation could be either a boon or a nuisance – depending on how well the technologies are managed.
Enterprise tech buyers will find no let up to the AI hype in 2020, but practical advances will increase, but it's still a case of caveat emptor.
Gartner reckons that in a couple of years from now, enterprises will spend more on chatbot creation than traditional mobile app development. Some tips on how to spend that money well...
A new report from Capgemini promises major gains from smart manufacturing – but also major obstacles.
It's time for the annual trip to the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas. Here are the highlights of this years confab - the good, the bad and utterly indifferent.
Getting ahead of the compliance curve is an attractive proposition for auditors. But can robotics process automation play a role? Kent Bettisworth says yes - but as I learned at Controlling 2019, there are major caveats.
At Controlling 2019, keynote speaker Barb Rojas of the Discovery Channel put an interesting twist on IT/business alignment. How do you impose governance on business users, without stifling their cloud pursuits? After the keynote, our podcast took the conversation further.
A positive assessment of Artificial Intelligence in a report from the electronics giant, but with necessary skepticism about its aims and presentation.
RaaS offers a fast, cost-effective, less risky and scalable way to adopt automated technologies.
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.
Kroger's tie-up with Ocado has some big ambitions to meet in an increasingly competitive US online retail sector.
FedEx's 'King Canute' stance can't hold back the Amazon tide of delivery demands in an e-commerce age
FedEx doesn't need Amazon, it says. It might need to face up to its fears about the e-commerce giant however.