Despite paying lip service to DDDM many executives would still rather rely on their own gut instinct
Artificial intelligence today is barely intelligent at all. So what will it take for true AI to be developed, asks Peter Cochrane?
Incisive Works meets Catherine Howard, VP of Marketing at Atos.
Hortonworks announces HDP 3.0 and increased integration with Google, Microsoft and IBM cloud services
Hadoop vendor adds containers and deep learning support to its data platform
CIOs at a Computing event agreed that linking data can add value, but can also introduce weaknesses
How data is improving dating
We call it 'The Boris Johnson effect'
Data loses its value if it isn't maintained, and automation can save time, money and stress
Facebook/Cambridge Analytica 'the canary in the coalmine of a new Cold War', says whistleblower Wylie
Whistleblowers, journalists and the ICO addressed the European Parliament on Monday
The law lags behind technology, which has allowed 'crypto-anarchy' to reign - but that is changing
Legislation is always late, but that's no reason to ignore necessary changes
Is your fitness tracker tracking you? Kaspersky security warning over smart watch and wearables' 'behavioural profiling'
Wearables' accelerometer and gyroscope signals can be used to identify individual users, claims Kaspersky
Edge computing and new management structures required for success in real-time data projects, say Tibco and Databricks
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IT leaders who work with data are more likely to see the value in AI
200 years after it was written, an 18th century manuscript provided the basis for a new approach to probability theory
It's not just Big Brother that is watching you - increasingly, it's every electronic device we use, warns Peter Cochrane
Shawn Rogers of Tibco and Ali Ghodsi of Databricks share their thoughts on the lessons of the Cambridge Analytica scandal
Analysing brain waves allows for faster security checks, but the challenge is making it as accurate in the live environment as it is in the lab, says Gatwick Airport CIO Cathal Corcoran
The expanded awards highlighted 18 innovative companies
Automation and increasing compute power are needed to handle the growing pool of astronomical data
System will need exceptionally low level of false positives and negatives to be viable
It turns out the customer actually is always right, according to a Computing survey
Over half of organisations still see general commitment outweighing even budget as main obstacle, finds research