AccorHotels' CDO Maud Bailly says that the predictive conversational era will fundamentally alter the hotel experience
Interview: Gillian Docherty of The Data Lab: Scotland can rival Silicon Valley as a destination for data science
Scotland has a number of inbuilt advantages, but skills remain an issue
A massive clinical trial disrupted other work being done at the company, highlighting the need for a scalable solution
Hadoop is powerful, but don't make a mountain out of a molehill when it comes to data
Humanity faces a growing existential challenge that will take an immense technological effort to overcome, argues Peter Cochrane
Reinforcement Learning gives an AI feedback for each decision it makes, theoretically speeding up training
Scientists beat their own record of 10, which was set back in 2016 - and have now targeted 50 qubits
Viewing campaign analytics quickly was essential to assessing their impact
Fight over draft EU copyright directive will resume in September
IBM deal comes days after Australian government was slammed over a string of IT failures
Facebook scoops up natural language processing start-up for up to $30m
Aftermath of Facebook-Cambridge Analytica affair and GDPR starting to bite online advertisers?
ACID transactions and serverless middleware come out of beta
Cathal Corcoran, Gatwick Airport CIO, also discusses how data can help to sell more whisky
Data is both battleground and weapon
How do you assess the result of an invisible policy?
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