The SplitSave feature uses machine learning, with Trainline's massive data repositories, to efficiently calculate the best way to save customers money
Many businesses could be transformed by the strategic adoption of APIs, cloud services, artificial intelligence and big data
Company wants more developers to drive adoption
Councils are not taking full advantage of the data they collect
Amazon had to scrap an automated candidate selection tool because it had learned to be sexist
Organisations are overconfident when it comes to data-driven decision making
Hadoop is powerful, but don't make a mountain out of a molehill when it comes to data
How do you assess the result of an invisible policy?
CIOs at a Computing event agreed that linking data can add value, but can also introduce weaknesses
We call it 'The Boris Johnson effect'
Data loses its value if it isn't maintained, and automation can save time, money and stress
Legislation is always late, but that's no reason to ignore necessary changes
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IT leaders who work with data are more likely to see the value in AI
200 years after it was written, an 18th century manuscript provided the basis for a new approach to probability theory
The expanded awards highlighted 18 innovative companies
Automation and increasing compute power are needed to handle the growing pool of astronomical data
The government knows that data is important, but enacting change needed a shift in both culture and structure
Customer data is a valuable resource, but what happens when it's misused?
Do you lead data - or just follow it?
Driverless cars, drones and 3D printing are just a few of the ways that companies can leverage big data
Recognising the best of the best
But will all of that data be a problem when the GDPR hits?
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