User friendly tools may put the power of artificial intelligence (AI) into people’s hands, but without the right specialists to light the way, there’s no guarantee of success.
The UK government wants the country to become the leader of artificial intelligence (AI) which could add $837bn to its economy.
The artificial intelligence (AI) revolution has been discussed — first by sci-fi authors and philosophers — and now by economists, business people, and politicians, for a long time.
Major wireless tech companies are in a race to to develop artificial intelligence (AI) to lock users into their respective ecosystems.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is coming to almost every aspect of day-to-day life.
For banks looking to differentiate themselves, providing good customer experience is essential — but not always easy.
Amazon is set to further disrupt the European fashion market as it launches its own label brand Find.
2016 was supposed to be the year of voice but it looks like 2017 is too.
Google’s DeepMind artificial intelligence program recently taught itself how to walk.
Now that we’re used to having the likes of Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri as part of our daily lives, we can forget about the impact that artificial intelligence (AI) is really having on the world.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) faces one of its most serious “funding challenges” in a generation, according to a senior aerospace, defence & security consultant at PwC, the second-largest professional services firm in the world.
Starbucks is going to start using artificial intelligence (AI), rolling out a new cloud-based program called Digital Flywheel to its mobile app in the Autumn.
One of the most talked about — and talked to — devices released over the past few years has got to be the Amazon Echo.
Samsung NEXT, the venture capital arm of the global tech firm, is expanding into Europe and wants to find early stage startups to partner with.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the biggest commercial opportunities in today’s economy and could grow UK GDP by 10 percent by 2030, according to a report by professional services firm PwC.
There’s a story about Paul McCartney that demonstrates how famous he is.
Call it artificial intelligence (AI), automation, machine learning, or cognitive computing, it can now support high-quality customer service, but only for companies prepared to accept that science fiction is becoming reality.
Nicholas Borge left his well-paid consulting job of 10 years in January to do something different.
Uber has become an essential part of a night out for many around the world.
For the next two days in Geneva, Switzerland, United Nations agencies, artificial intelligence experts, and tech industry heavyweights will thrash out how the coming AI revolution can be made to work for the good of all humanity.
Beer brewing predates the production of cannabis, distilled spirits, and wine but while other industries from antiquity have been resistant to change, brewing has been quick to embrace new technologies.
For the past few days, Google DeepMind’s artificial intelligence (AI) program AlphaGo has been battling the world’s top Go player in China.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has already started to revolutionise healthcare, but this is only the beginning of a new era — we will see an unimaginable potential coming to fruition over the next several years.
2017 is the year insurtech comes into its own, according to KPMG.
Tech giant Google’s I/O developer conference is taking place this week and the opening keynote speech offered an insight into the company’s latest products and updates.
Supply chains are increasingly complex, making connecting people, processes, and data more challenging for retailers.
Facebook is turning the humble chatbot into a global business platform featuring an always-on, super-helpful, and chattily suggestive new digital personal assistant.
The UK government is investing £38m in driverless car technology to drive the UK’s reputation as a world leader in the growing sector.
Marriott, the international hotel chain, is testing artificial intelligence digital voice assistants, but do people really want them?