Stores to start rolling out 'AI camera'-equipped checkouts
Emma Stevens, a dispute resolution specialist at law firm Coffin Mew, explains who should be responsible when AI goes wrong
Intelligent assets can seek out value for themselves
Sainsbury's lead architect: 'The next time somebody mentions AI ask them what they're really talking about'
'AI is a meaningless term, it doesn't say anything about anything'
Initial trials 'very successful' says platform architect Richard Mander, but mind the policy gap
Aubrey Stearn, interim head of DevOps at the Solicitor's Regulation Authority, highlights what agile and DevOps can and can't do for organisations, and argues for developers to be rebranded 'software engineers'
DBaaS is the fastest growing sector of cloud platforms, and for good reason says Ken Rugg
Duncan Stott, CIO of Kier, cites automation as the key trend CIOs need to understand and develop a vision for, or risk falling behind
Computing's new event will feature a host of top CIOs discussing their approach to AI and ML, and reveal how they're turning the trend to their advantage
Planners from the Highways England, TfL, TfWM and Crossrail on the vital role of data sharing and GIS in keeping the country moving
Dave Marsland, engineering manager at Paddle, describes how to build a career path for development teams
Microsoft's flagship cloud-based productivity suite can leave its users exposed to serious security risks
Blockchain, is a 'chain of custody system on steroids' says Fred Smith
The fact that it is replicable given the same counterparties makes it a world first, bank claims
The majority of growth will come in the next two years
Enterprise middleware company keen to keep IoT developers on board
Speech recognition has come a long way in the past 20 years, but is it now ready to replace the keyboard?
The use of chatbots and other virtual assistants will reduces staff turnover of customer service agents and improve their job satisfaction, says Feefo's Matt West
500 SAP CRM systems still online, unpatched and vulnerable
Google Cloud Platform will be next, the company says
Salesforce rolled out for CRM, as the digital learning provider moves towards self-service business intelligence
Don't panic! Oracle releases 237 patches fixing 153 vulnerabilities in business-critical applications
Critical flaws in Fusion Middleware, PeopleSoft and MICROS retail applications fixed in Oracle's latest Critical Patch Update
Oracle to trouser 'just' $74m from Rimini Street copyright court case - not $124m