The EU and the UK government want to encourage business-to-business data sharing. From 'data spaces' to 'data safe havens', a bewildering number of ways to make it happen are in development.
A new National AI Strategy will help co-ordinate the UK's considerable AI capabilities but Big Tech might draw the greatest benefit, critics warn.
An investigation by Japan's Fair Trade Commission has prompted Apple to loosen its grip on in-app payments, as regulators pay closer attention to the app platforms.
Terms for 'artificial intelligence' are used interchangeably, but a new study shows that the choice of words affects how systems are perceived and, perhaps, adopted.
Injecting AI into process automation could help it handle more complex processes and even make decisions. But will 'intelligent automation' solve the issues created by RPA or amplify them?
China's Personal Information Protection Law, approved last week, presents new risks and opportunities for companies handling Chinese citizens' data.
A recent framework tender aims to help NHS Trusts purchase robotic process automation and AI . Could these technologies relieve frontline staff of their dreaded admin?
Investments in robotic automation and resource allocation helped the business-to-business logistics operator meet rapid shifts in demand, says Marcus Wuerker, CIO for UK and Ireland
By excluding much of the supply chain and overlooking 'rebound' effects, we may be underestimating ICT's impact on the environment, researchers warn.
Twitter is applying the 'bug bounty' model to AI bias. It is good idea, experts say, but the social network's response must be carefully managed.