The Digital Economy needs a new governance model to tackle erosion of privacy and trust, according to a World Economic Forum discussion.
Robots are coming to your friendly grocery stores in a big way. Research and Markets says the retail automation sector is expected to be worth more than $18.9 billion by 2023. What's the impact?
The question of robot rights has emerged as a much more nuanced topic than at first seems the case. We examine the pros and cons.
In the aftermath of Amazon abandoning its AI hiring initiative, AI for HR remains a volatile topic. This fall, Montage issued fresh data on AI in HR. My exchange with Kurt Heikkinen, President and CEO of Montage, brought the debate into focus.
The revolt by thousands of Google workers against working with the Pentagon is drawing fierce pushback from the military, rival companies like Amazon and Microsoft, and even some fellow workers.
NASA's trips to Mars rank amongst the greatest robotics accomplishments in history. Their secret? It's all about quality management. IQMS' Louis Columbus breaks out four quality field lessons for manufacturers.
AI and ethics - more questions in search of societal and industrial answers.
IQMS Pinnacle 2018 brought an inspirational message of customers using manufacturing ERP and shop floor automation to thrive in tough markets. But does that match up to customer realities? First up: my use case interview with PVC-free plastics manufacturer Eldon James.
Oracle OpenWorld 2018 - Ellison makes convincing pitch on automation and security for Oracle Cloud 2.0...but can’t resist trashing AWS
Oracle’s co-founder and now CTO, Larry Ellison, took to the stage today to give us an insight into the company’s Generation 2 cloud platform. The key message? Autonomous security will be key. However, he also made time to carry out some benchmarking against AWS.
Comparing the hype with the reality in the latest annual survey from the International Federation of Robotics.
Understanding the frameworks around which ethical models are built helps contextualize the often confusing world of ethical technology. Here is my stab at a view of the landscape and what should happen next.
It’s been interesting to watch Infor’s transformation over the last few years. How can a company with so many product lines modernize them all, migrate users to the cloud and position these firms for a more digital future? Here’s the progress report that’s been eight years in the making.