Data Strategy Spotlight
Computing, in association with Liaison Technologies, is hosting the Data Strategy channel.
Your business decisions are only as good as the data on which they're based, and in a world embracing analytics, IoT and cloud services there's an increasingly massive amount of data to sift through and draw conclusions from.
To fuel enterprise digital transformation, it's paramount to protect and nuture data in four key areas, which will be the focus of content on the Data Strategy channel.
Exploring data-driven decision-making, connectivity across ecosystems, process automation and optimisation and innovation, the Data Strategy channel follows data analytics, master data management, quality management and data science, among many other themes, to keep you up to date with the latest industry developments.
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'Trained' DeepMind AI can accurately diagnose 50 eye conditions from OCT scans in seconds
Duncan Stott, CIO of Kier, cites automation as the key trend CIOs need to understand and develop a vision for, or risk falling behind
Going too fast would mean damaging data centre infrastructure - but too slow and there would be bottlenecks at peak times
The best way to counter AI malware is to build your own
Interview: LV Insurance Group's Gavin Drescher - 'We needed to do something very different and quite radical'
Insurance firm's delivery director talks us through whys and hows of LV's ongoing technology-driven transformation
IT decision makers throughout the US and Europe misunderstand the hype around AI and ML
AccorHotels' CDO Maud Bailly says that the predictive conversational era will fundamentally alter the hotel experience
Executives have high expectations for automation, but are not ready to commit
Computing speaks to Jonny Woolf, CFO / COO of the service which uses AI and Machine Learning to analyse music and help identify which bands and artists are most likely to hit the big time
A massive clinical trial disrupted other work being done at the company, highlighting the need for a scalable solution
Humanity faces a growing existential challenge that will take an immense technological effort to overcome, argues Peter Cochrane
Kevin Fielder, CISO of food delivery service Just Eat, is using gamification and automation to bring security to the forefront
Health and education will benefit from the move to automation, but manufacturing will be hard-hit
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
Delegates heard that the digital age 'desperately needs' regulation around technologies like AI and machine learning
Ironically, Watson could replace the HR department
Reinforcement Learning gives an AI feedback for each decision it makes, theoretically speeding up training
The UK is the largest investor in technology in Europe
Viewing campaign analytics quickly was essential to assessing their impact
Facebook scoops up natural language processing start-up for up to $30m
Automation will create extra wealth, but regulation is necessary to spread it across society
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
CIOs at a Computing event agreed that linking data can add value, but can also introduce weaknesses
Car companies, restaurants and bars are already using robots, but the UK lags behind
Meeting demand for the sexiest job of the 21st century
How data is improving dating
We call it 'The Boris Johnson effect'