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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From iPads to predict track maintenance to Lidar devices building a digital simulation of the rail network, France's public rail company is always innovating
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
Artificial intelligence will complement, not replace, humans - but we have to help each other
Like Google, Microsoft workers have concerns about how the Department of Defense will use technology
Original creator of Spark Zaharia talks about ML Flow and Project Hydrogen, two recent projects designed to make machine learning easier
The search giant says that the Pentagon's work does not comply with its new ethical commitments around artificial intelligence
Intelligent assets can seek out value for themselves
The virtual workers have saved the East Suffolk and North Essex Trust more than 500 hours of time in three months
Recent developments, though impressive, showcase the weaknesses of today's artificial intelligence
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'
Jeff NG, Chief Scientist, Founders Factory, explains recent developments paving the way to AI consciousness and why it is important to our world's future
The potential for streamlining services is huge, but so are the hurdles says lead strategist Noriko Matsuoka
As technology advances exponentially legislators need to find a way to do the same, argues panel
Cortana Skills Kit for Enterprise could hook into existing Microsoft services like email
The important thing is to invest in both people and technology, say panelists at Computing's Cloud Live event
Switching to the cloud has lowered wait times, increased visibility and freed up resources at Stockport Council
The SMBC service desk gets about 5,000 tickets a month, and going online has saved time for customers and agents
The head of the Bank of England rejected earlier research on automation, some done by the BoE's own economists
Populations disagreed on whether it is up to government, schools or individuals to ensure that people have the skills to work in an automated world
John Abel, Vice President, Cloud and Technology, UK, Ireland and Israel, Oracle, discusses all things cloud, including the biggest challenges, and whether every firm should look to go cloud-first
The company has just finished a $65 million funding round
Campaigners say that the software could easily be used for large-scale racial profiling
Nesta's skills taxonomy shows the UK needs to do more to grow data wrangling and analytics talent
Professor Jim Al-Khalili wants the public to be educated to avoid a public backlash against AI, like GM foods
Protecting human identities is important for businesses - and machines are the same
Single-digit percentages of European firms are using process automation, versus almost half of Asian firms
Some of the UK's leading CIOs talk to Computing about the technologies either here or coming soon which they're excited about using in their organisations
Organisations are overconfident when it comes to data-driven decision making
DBaaS is the fastest growing sector of cloud platforms, and for good reason says Ken Rugg
The disruption caused by the Industrial Revolution will be nothing compared to AI, warns Haldane