What if machines could teach themselves?

One of the big conundrums with AI is the paradox that it will help solve the skills shortage across many sectors but will require skilled operators to 'teach' the machines how to think

Four technologies to change events forever

The events industry keeps getting bigger, but is famously slow to evolve. However, forward-thinking planners are trying to shift the paradigm, with new technologies promising to disrupt the guest experience

Eight AI tips for business leaders

An organisation's first foray into the world of artificial intelligence can be a daunting task, so data scientists and tech experts share some vital advice to help those on their journey to full AI deployment

Five new creative jobs for AI

Artificial intelligence is shaking up the world of work, automating out routine tasks and freeing workers to concentrate on the more creative elements of their job. But it can often be surprisingly good at mimicking human creativity, and with varying levels of human involvement is now making inroads into new areas of work

Should you be monitoring your staff with AI?

Technology to monitor employees in the workplace can be put to good effect, but not if it is used to control and micromanage workers

AI is rising up the C-suite’s agenda

‘It is vital for the C-suite to educate themselves, offer realistic adoption goals and provide sufficient training'

AI in business: looking beyond the hype

Endless buzzwords and misconceptions confuse leaders and dilute the true purpose of artificial intelligence (AI) as a means to achieve business objectives rather than the end objective itself

Could ESG concerns threaten national security?

Their stranglehold on data has brought into question big tech’s role when it comes to national security and what the future holds for the development of nation-state artificial intelligence