Artificial intelligence and the explosion of big data has transformed the way we work, but how we manage the technology as it evolves in the coming years is of paramount importance
Data analytics is becoming increasingly scalable, sophisticated and accessible aided by cloud infrastructure, but challenges remain in data quality and building the right culture
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
Artificial intelligence is delivering benefits in the arena of unstructured data, helping companies to decipher insights and extract value from reams of unorganised information
The 'data versus humans' conflict is one that many organisations face, but companies must realise that software is no replacement for creative decision-making
As the need for specialised expertise increases in the role of extracting knowledge and insights from data, have we seen the end of the generalist data scientist?
Digitisation is revolutionising the way infrastructure is built and maintained, giving organisations the ability to track a dazzling variety of datasets to better inform decisions
Most companies are sitting on a mine of valuable information but failing to get the most out of it