Analysis

Analysis

Analysis

Analysis

Microsoft urges US government to regulate facial recognition systems

Microsoft has called on the US government to step in and regulate the use of facial recognition technologies. Chris Middleton explains why. “All tools can...

Amazon moves into smart TVs – and enterprise cloud hardware

UPDATED While Amazon's 'Prime Day' is grabbing the headlines today (see below), two announcements over the weekend revealed the breadth of the company's ambitions...

Fintech: Intelligent automation could add $512 billion to finance sector

A new report from Capgemini’s Digital Transformation Institute reveals that, by 2020, the financial services industry could reap up to $512 billion in new global revenues...

AI grand slam: We go court-side with IBM as Watson wins...

Chris Middleton was court-side at this year's Wimbledon tennis championships to see how matches are as much an AI-enhanced big data battle for the...

OpenText customers unveil smart, connected data solutions at Enterprise World

At this week's Enterprise World event in Toronto, OpenText showcased a number of customer projects that demonstrate how its software is playing its part...

Daimler, Bosch, Nvidia partner on driverless taxis, BMW heads east

German auto giant Daimler AG and auto supplier Bosch have announced a partnership to deploy self-driving taxis in California’s Silicon Valley region next year,...

Tesla signs agreement for China Gigafactory, doubling output

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has signed a preliminary agreement with the Shanghai government to build a Tesla factory in China. The new facility will...

Q&A: Tiago Rodrigues, Wireless Broadband Alliance, on IoT device roaming

The Wireless Broadband Alliance recently published a white paper on IoT device interoperability and roaming. Internet of Business caught up with Tiago Rodrigues, general...

Goonhilly Gateway: Why Cornwall sees its future in space communications

Chris Middleton reports on how Cornwall is moving from Poldark to the darkness of space, via a rejected 1960s installation that a private company...

Capgemini: Consumers welcoming AI – but businesses focused on cost

Consumers are rapidly acclimatising to artificial intelligence, but organisations’ adoption of the technology is largely being driven by cost, not customer benefits, according to...

Tesla, GM hit by China trade war, Daimler tests in Beijing

As Tesla, GM, and other automakers wake up to the implications of a global trade war, Daimler is partnering with Baidu and testing autonomous...

Smart energy: UK looks north for “new George and Robert Stephensons”

The UK's business secretary has praised the critical role of the 'Northern powerhouse' in new technologies, such as AI and sustainable energy, and announced...
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