As a trend, the future of Artificial Intelligence has been debated and talked about in the human resource circles for a while now. A few years back, AI was technology seen only in Hollywood movies. Now it is facing us, and we don’t know that much about it in real life.
Tech and Innovation
The UK has become a world leader in fintech investment outpacing the US and Asia in the first six months of the year.
Businesses are being urged to keep investing in digital technologies to respond to the evolving psychology of online shoppers.
If you’re a decision maker looking at automating your expense or invoice processes, you probably want cold, hard evidence that it’s the best thing you could do for your business. Cold, hard evidence like the return on investment you’re likely to see.
Research by The Center for Advancing Innovation (CAI) and PatSnap has found that the US, EU and UK will lose all innovation leadership positions by 2029.
Drones will increasingly become major components of everyday life in towns and cities across the UK. But more needs to be done to flesh out laws and regulations.
After Cambridge Analytica and the rollout of GDPR, many companies are scrambling to fill the role of Data Protection Officer (DPO). Delphix’s Eric Schrock gives advice on finding the right person for the job.
Tech giant Google’s multi-billion fine from the European Commission for monopolising the internet could dramatically improve the user experience of businesses – and spark innovation.
Ever since the invention of the pinball machine, gaming has relied on developments in technology to take the sector up to the next level.
Manufacturing businesses are being urged to look beyond doom-laden warnings about the impact of Artificial Intelligence on millions of factory jobs and embrace new technology.
UK businesses are being encouraged to look in all directions to take advantage of globalisation and boost sales – West to the US, South to Australia, East to Asia and North to Scandinavia. But we shouldn’t forget to look upwards.
The Isle of Man might offer a slower pace of life away from the rat race, but one cryptocurrency business has found it to be just the right setting for its global business HQ.