Google poked a bear or two with its mysterious "Quantum Supremacy' declaration that was pulled, and then leaked again (both times by third parties). Now, IBM's entered the PR fisticuffs. The jousting helps clarify what quantum can - and can't - do.
Aymeric Sarrazin, Siemens, CEO, IoT Services, explains how most AI and IoT projects fail because enterprises don’t think about the need for effective change management.
Last week, Sage Intacct made a big case for the strategic impact of AI and automation for finance. But is that vision a viable pursuit for customers? I got some answers via a sit-down with restaurant industry disruptor Tender Greens.
Despite the 'tech company’ mantle still front-and-center, the available business solutions both grew in number and waved ever-more strongly from around the edges of tech presentations.
Commercialising RPA - Blue Prism Chairman on "a technology that got invented in the UK - and no-one even noticed"
Blue Prism Chairman Jason Kingdon talks about the challenges of growing a UK-born tech success story that too few people have heard about.
Twitter crashed on Wall Street after Q3 numbers spectacularly missed expectations.
The time has come think critically about the value of AI as it stands, and whether to be concerned that a concerted effort to press it forward to true intelligence bypasses ethical questions.
Sage Intacct Advantage 2019 brought a slew of announcements and changes. But at the core was an AI push, centered on the "Intelligent GL." I did the gut check with a boatload of execs and customers - here's my day one analysis.
Users need to be able to relate more closely to their data if they are to get the best out of it. Thoughtspot’s CEO thinks there are now ways to do that better.
Enterprises have started operationalizing AI. Infor's Rick Rider explains how to make this powerful technology accessible, applicable and repeatable
Tech marketers dish out plenty of excitement about intelligent software and automating the inefficient. But a new UN report raises concerning questions about our algorithmic futures.