Getting ready for Maritime 2050

Government ambition to be a leading maritime nation relies on technology, but it requires more than just investment to get it right

Should robots be expected to make ethical decisions?

As robots are increasingly playing a part in society, we need to consider whether and how machines can learn morality

A day in the life of a programmer

They occupy a role that barely existed half a century ago and possess some of the most in-demand skills in businesses today. But how will programmers' roles change as automation takes hold?

The potential for AI in market research

Automating insight generation is not only saving market research professionals time and money, it offers the opportunity to find patterns in data at a scale never before possible

Why so many finance automation projects stall

Progress is slowly being made in automating finance activities and processes, but common sticking points often stand in the way of companies achieving their true potential

Why salespeople should not fear AI

Concerns about sales professionals being automated out of a job are still commonplace, but artificial intelligence is vital to navigate an increasingly complex customer journey

What robotics can do in finance

Automation promises to remove many of the manual processes associated with accounting, but will it live up to the hype?

What CPOs can do to drive change and add value

‘If done well, procurement will evolve from a position of controller to one of value architect’