The company is aiming to create an AI-powered collaboration platform for enterprise customers as revenue growth stalls.
As organisations reflect on the last 18 months, to what extent are security strategies developed in the early stages of the pandemic still fit for purpose – and how can AI be fully utilised to help secure the future of work?
A US think tank says the Artificial Intelligence Act will cost the European economy €10bn a year in compliance costs by 2025, but the European Commission disputes those figures.
Staff are becoming more open-minded to the role of AI in the workplace, but businesses still face significant hurdles to adopt the technology.
By combining gun detection software with CCTV, ZeroEyes hopes it can reduce police response times – but concerns persist about privacy and the technology’s reliability.
China is expanding R&D to achieve "AI supremacy" by 2030 but the US's semiconductor leadership gives it the edge – for now.
Following Uber's Supreme Court blow, regulators may turn their attention to automated management practices of the gig platforms.
Should security agencies be able to police public speech? And who gets to define disinformation?
Data analytics provider’s track record means CIOs should handle its IBM-hosted cloud services with caution, writes Jonathan Cordwell.
Applying AI to the wealth of unstructured data on the internet is allowing analysts to counteract corporate 'greenwashing' and help ESG investors.