News

IBM and Dublin City University partner on environmental management

Computing giant IBM has teamed up with the Dublin City University (DCU) Water Institute to explore ways that connected technology can enhance environmental management....

Banking

IoT will revolutionise customer experience, says report

Customer experience solutions specialist Genesys has released a report exploring the role connected technology plays in businesses throughout the Asia-Pacific region. The 2016 IoT-Enabled Customer Experience...

Insurance

IoB Insiders: Risk, digital twins and insurance

IoB Insiders Could digital twins hold the key to insurance companies building a better picture of customer assets, asks Andy Yeoman, CEO of Concirrus? With the rise...

Healthcare

AI machine diagnoses skin cancer, could be used in smartphones

Scientists at Stanford University, USA, have developed a method for diagnosing skin cancer with artificial intelligence (AI) that could also be used in smartphones. Using...

Manufacturing

Aria Systems CIO: IoT needs monetization personalization

Brendan O’Brien is co-founder and chief innovation officer of Aria Systems, a firm specializing in cloud billing technologies. Aria champions what it likes to call the...

Retail

Morrisons uses artificial intelligence to stock its stores and drive sales

UK supermarket Morrisons is using artificial intelligence from predictive applications company Blue Yonder to replenish stock in its stores. In a bid to drive efficiency...

Transport & Logistics

Airbus and Italdesign unveil modular smart city transport

Italdesign and Airbus have launched an ambitious transport concept at the Geneva Motor Show.  Airbus is heavily invested in the notion of flying cars. Its...