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Could M&S’s new data academy secure its digital-first future?

In an effort to combat the digital retail shadow cast by the likes of Amazon, UK high street store Marks & Spencer has teamed...

Intelligent automation: AI, RPA will fail without strategic leadership – KPMG

Most intelligent automation projects that are underway or in the pipeline will fail, according to a new report published this morning by professional services...

Chirp: Why transmitting data as sound waves could transform IoT networking...

Forget about tweeting: some IoT companies could benefit from chirping instead. Malek Murison catches up with an intriguing startup, Chirp, and finds out why...

The generation game: How two IoT startups are changing the UK’s...

There are two engineering challenges – one electrical, one social – facing power companies if they want the public to change their energy consumption...

The programmable city: How Cisco is helping Manchester find its Verve...

Smart cities demand strong, flexible, and reliable data platforms, and top-tier tech companies are jostling to develop and support such initiatives. Cisco is a key...

PwC: AI will create more jobs than it destroys. But is...

PwC has produced an optimistic outlook for UK employment on the back of AI, robotics, and automation. Chris Middleton welcomes the report, but warns...

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...

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...

Special Report: UK AI policy – Why the government must modernise...

THE BIG READ In the first of two detailed reports on the UK government’s AI strategy, Chris Middleton looks at how Whitehall aims to...

Q&A | Helium CEO Amir Haleem on an open, affordable, blockchain-based...

Ahead of its wider launch later this year, Andrew Hobbs spoke to co-founder and CEO Amir Haleem about how Helium is promising an affordable...
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