The chatbot market is growing, but conversational AI is not always trusted by consumers. A new feature from cloud provider AWS, announced at its re:Invent conference, could change this for the better.
A US government decision to block eight Chinese quantum companies on security grounds highlights the growing threat posed by quantum computing.
The notorious botnet is back, and the criminals behind it could be ready to target businesses if they let their guard down over the holiday season.
A new report says using data more efficiently – and providing reliable accompanying infrastructure – could ease pressure on the NHS.
European cloud companies are partnering with US rivals to build so-called 'sovereign clouds' across Europe. But do these really boost the EU's digital sovereignty?
Carmakers are collecting increasing amounts of data from connected vehicles. But legislation around how this data can be used is lacking.
Richard Spiegal, head of the building society's business intelligence centre of excellence, explains how it is embracing predictive analytics while protecting the interests of its members.
Technologies including blockchain and digital twins can help companies boost their supply chain resilience but will require collaboration between partners.
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.
Synthetic datasets are increasingly being used to train AI models. These promise greater privacy and less bias, but are not without their drawbacks.
Plans to replace the PNC are five years behind schedule, and a lack of adequate support for legacy systems could put data at risk, says the National Audit Office.
To make manufacturing as efficient as possible, true optimisation only happens when streams of data are gathered and turned into actionable information. Hexaware’s Kamal Maggon explains how highly automated cloud migration is key to making this a reality.