New strategy intended to both fuel the development of AI and data-driven business across the EU, as well as to regulate it
Capper to take charge of data-driven digital transformation at global engineering firm SNC-Lavalin
Google's proposed acquisition has been investigated, and approved, by three national competition authorities
Implementations of AI in the public sector risk undermining the Nolan Principles, warns Lord Evans, chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life
The SplitSave feature uses machine learning, with Trainline's massive data repositories, to efficiently calculate the best way to save customers money
Met plans to use live facial recognition at 'specific location' in London to 'help protect the vulnerable'
Data Ops brings together principles of Agile, DevOps and Lean Manufacturing, but it isn't right for every situation, argues James Lupton, CTO of Cynozure
There is no question in my mind that artificial intelligence needs to be regulated - Sundar Pichai
Prime Minister's chief special advisor calls for flood of new talent as rumours of major Civil Service reforms circulate
Advocate general Henrik Saugmandsgaard Øe backs standard contract clauses, but warns they require ongoing scrutiny
Ocado has signed another technology deal - this time taking its advanced warehouses and robotics technology to Aeon in Japan
Withers & Rogers' Karl Barnfather examines the European Patent Office's 'Guidelines for Examination', which took effect on 1st November
AI companies have raised millions of dollars in funding from investors - but their technology isn't really artificial intelligence
IT departments are providing the data, but the tools are lagging, Computing Delta research among IT leaders reveals
'We don't have a very diverse set of people working in AI and I think that's worrying and needs to be addressed'
Google denies whistleblower claims that it plans to "mine patient information" and "sell or share data with third parties"