New proposals will protect professionals who have to handle personal data without consent
Watson will be used to optimise the repair and maintenance of the army's vehicles
Voice assistants can respond to orders inaudible to the human ear, claim researchers at Zhejiang University
Surprise! They all deal with data
Musk responds to Russian President Vladimir Putin's warning that the leader in AI would "become ruler of the world"
Intelligence, whether artificial or not, will always find its way to the top regardless of the barriers we try to put in its way, warns BT's former CTO Peter Cochrane
Kazoup's Johan Holder warns that unmanaged, unstructured data will pose major risks to organisations when the GDPR comes into force in just nine months
Three wirelessly controlled lorries autonomously driven close to each other. What could possibly go wrong?
New paper insists that cutting cross-border data flows would harm the EU as much as the UK
Small, medium and large contact centres are now moving to the cloud
40 pages of documents need to be reviewed for an average transaction, and IBM is speeding the process
Whether multinational or SMB, all organisations must be aware of where ALL instances of personal data are stored in their infrastructure
Only two per cent of 'GDPR-ready' organisations are actually compliant
Which means that KPMG will now be on the lookout for a new CIO
Is the GDPR a guiding light to the benefits of big data, or its death knell?
But Elon Musk hits back suggesting that Zuckerberg 'has limited understanding of AI'
Mistakenly thinking Brexit provides exemption and not reading the new definition of personal data are just two factors stopping companies preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation
Despite the skills shortage, firms need to be able to use the big data they collect, says Dean Stoecker of Alteryx
New research from Computing reveals that much can be done with backup data, and that only a fifth of organisations are so far making effective use of it
A lack of skilled analysts has hamstrung the industry at a time when the demand to adopt AI and big data analytics has never been higher, says Aaron Auld
Research suggests consumers have limited loyalty to traditional retail banks and would prefer to bank with 'GAFA' - Google, Apple, Facebook (!) or Amazon
Text, images and voice are difficult for computers to process - but artificial intelligence is making contextual understanding a possibility
Many companies competed for the coveted 17 top spots
The UK IT Industry Awards are back and bigger than ever - but you have mere hours to complete your entries