Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-Chief, 12/4/2017
As it celebrates 10 years in the UK, the social media giant opens a new office in central London, unveils a startup incubator and announces 800 new UK jobs, shrugging off Brexit concerns.
Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-Chief, 11/30/2017
The telecoms and banking sectors are most mature in the drive for digital transformation, according to the results of an extensive survey of ICT executives conducted by research house Ovum.
Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-Chief, 11/20/2017
UK chancellor seems set to provide financial and legislative support to the 5G, AI and connected car sectors in his budget on Wednesday, but the devil will be in the detail.
Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-Chief, 10/20/2017
South Korean online giant Naver pumps another €100 million into a French tech startup investment vehicle run by former French digital economy minister Fleur Pellerin.
Eric Plouffe, Head of Marketing, UnGagged, 6/7/2018
We all know about Search Engine Optimization for traditional search results, but what about optimizing for voice results in Google Assistant or Alexa?
Ghislaine Boddington, Creative Director of body>data>space, 5/31/2018
We all know how artificial intelligence will affect factory workers, taxi drivers and doctors, but how will it affect the rather more creative professions?
Richard Orme, CTO, Photobox Group, 5/31/2018
Ai is incredible and can do things humans can't. But can it be emotional?
Microsoft reporter, 7/7/2017
The UK's history of embracing technology and innovation means its capital is well placed to benefit from the "fourth industrial revolution," says Microsoft UK CEO Cindy Rose.
Paul Bulpitt, Xero, 6/12/2017
Paul Bulpitt, head of accounting at Xero and co-founder of The Wow Company, explains why using artificial intelligence capabilities can be a positive for accounting firms.
Euan Mills, Future Cities Catapult , 6/6/2017
Smart, digital technologies are starting to transform the city planning process, argues Euan Mills.
like us on facebook