Reaction from techUK, Sage and Lord Clement-Jones to yesterday's very detailed UK government report on AI and associated implications.
We spoke to Lord Clement-Jones, following the release of the Committee’s report on AI, about his top priorities for AI development.
According to a much anticipated House of Lords Select Committee report on AI, the UK government must to take further action to support AI developments.
A new report from the UK Government takes a detailed look at ethics, regulation and other issues around AI and comes up with recommendations that are nationalist, but could be internationalist.
UK retail e-commerce champion ASOS is upping its infrastructure spend as its international footprint grows.
The medical profession and healthcare generally provide some of the earliest lenses into the useful application of AI. They come with their own health warnings.
AI at the edge has particular problems that are not easy to mediate. SWIM thinks it has an answer but it is playing against some mega-competitors.
We sit down with Infor Retail SVP Corey Tollefson to discuss why some of the world’s largest retailers are opting for Infor.
Manufacturers get more out of a manufacturing execution system (MES) when it connects beyond the factory floor to other enterprise systems and data, writes Mike Hart of Plex Systems
A week after Atlanta was crippled by the worst ransomware attack yet launched against a major American city, the city was still reeling. There are big implications for IoT and Smart Cities.
Nvidia's GTC event was awash with mind-blowing technology and utopian examples of AI. The future may be here, but it isn't well-formed.
The debate on how to manage algorithms is starting to unfold. Understanding the ideologies that underpin how these are created and what happens as they operate is critical for the future of our machine-driven world.
A partnership between Nvidia and Pure Storage is leading to the development of AIRI, an AI and machine learning 'appliance' that aims to bring AI to the 'masses'.