RPA hype has hit an all-time high, but it needs to evolve if it is to be truly useful, argues Sanjay Srivastava
Three cross-selling strategies where marketing automation can make a difference
GSK's John Johnstone explains how the pharmaceuticals giant is using robotic process automation technology to drive digital transformation
AWS hawks database service compatible with version 3.6 of MongoDB
Many of the real-world applications of AI are to be found in retail, but it's the big players that are making the running
Alan Reed, Head of Sports Development, Hillside Technology (bet365), discusses how the Golang programming language has helped the firm
Mark Smith, CEO of Support Revolution, claims SAP is likely to audit its customers more, whilst Oracle will continue its 'dirty tricks'
CIO Ian Penny runs through the ways AI and ML can streamline processes and reduce the drudgery of mundane tasks
Rainbird CEO Ben Taylor on keeping humans at the centre of decision making
With malware now pervasive and high-profile organisations being breached every day, Computing invites IT leaders to a networking dinner for sharing best practise
IT must learn how to manage the business, as well as systems, to secure investment in AI
Much of today's AI is narrowly focused on specific tasks - a far cry from the general AI envisioned by the early pioneers
Large data volumes, higher compute power and real-world challenges mean that AI investment will not slow down again, says Auto Traders' David Hoyle
A look at AI and machine learning in the UK today
Collaboration has never seen easier, but with so many tools available choosing the right one can be difficult
Alan Reed, head of sports development at Hillside Technology, part of bet365, explains the tools and skills needed by his firm - including programming language Golang
UCL offshoot MediaGamma is focused on an AI layer to manage real-time bidding
SAP wants to bring together automation, machine learning and artificial intelligence in a single stack
The software giant will release a single end-to-end stack next year
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