AI, robotics, engineering, corporate values and diversity - ABB CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer's worldview.
World Economic Forum - robots will take jobs, but upskilling will put humans ahead...if we do it properly
A major future of work report from the World Economic Forum puts skills investment top of the corporate and governmental agenda.
Recruiting has been a stale area when it comes to transformation. The "AI" we've seen to date for recruiting is problematic. But with the help of AllyO, Anixter's Matt Mackin is finding new ways to infuse recruiting with smart automation.
How to safeguard ethical standards in the Fourth Industrial Revolution - one of the topics under debate as Salesforce takes the next step in ethical considerations.
The ag-tech start-up is developing an AI-powered platform that Tom, Dick and Harry can use to help farmers improve yields and make more money.
Phil Fersht, CEO HfS likes to shake things up. This time it's about replacing 2x2 grids with ranking tables. Has he got it right?
Ocado’s tech story keeps getting stronger, even if it comes at a cost to the bottom line.
Once in a while I attend a truly stand out event HfS Fora UK was one. Content rich and in fabulous surroundings, the quality of conversation was exceptional.
Enterprise hits and misses - Intel confronts itself; robots come as a service while humans reconfigure
This week - Intel faces a leadership challenge while the business model gets a grilling. Fresh robotics use cases bring you robots as a service (RaaS?). A new report advises humans on their higher skills ground. Plus: your whiffs include a system outage that has me scratching a satirical itch.
Making robots more accessible and affordable can help companies struggling to keep up with demand for e-commerce fulfillment.
FedEx’s Ted Dengel outlines some of the key challenges that greater automation will help the deliveries giant to tackle.
A new research report to co-incide with UK Robotics Week digs into the possibilities for robots in agriculture.