Data Strategy Spotlight
V3, in association with Liaison Technologies, is hosting the Data Strategy channel.
Your business decisions are only as good as the data on which they're based, and in a world embracing analytics, IoT and cloud services there's an increasingly massive amount of data to sift through and draw conclusions from.
To fuel enterprise digital transformation, it's paramount to protect and nuture data in four key areas, which will be the focus of content on the Data Strategy channel.
Exploring data-driven decision-making, connectivity across ecosystems, process automation and optimisation and innovation, the Data Strategy channel follows data analytics, master data management, quality management and data science, among many other themes, to keep you up to date with the latest industry developments.
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Amazon had to scrap an automated candidate selection tool because it had learned to be sexist
Humans hate playing with bots, but bots that play like humans aren't satisfying, argues AI researcher
Sources say that the online giant is buying up physical retail space in the UK
A report from the Migration Policy Institute highlights the impact of automation and other technologies on the lowest end of the labour market
The World Bank is developing the Artemis famine-prevention AI system with technology giants
Local opposition to the idea of robot sex workers has been strong
Automatically produces maps of favourable landing sites using data on geology and terrain
Robot can move inside surfaces within the body to deliver drugs to where they're needed
But deep learning pulls ahead for complex tasks
IBM hopes that its new tool will avoid bias in artificial intelligence
Can highlight in real-time the relevant regions of an image being described
Mark Carney said that about 10 per cent of UK jobs would be replaced by automation: lower than earlier estimates
Greece, South Africa and Argentina are the most wary of automation's possibilities
Will improve data sharing to accelerate biomedical research
Trainline is using natural language processing and machine learning to scan for disruptions - and inform customers before official rail data feeds
But not in a Robocop way
The system learns just from seeing the objects
AI is a greater threat than climate change, poverty or terrorism, says professor Jim Al-Khalili
Unmanned boats are becoming cheaper to build thanks to low-cost equipment and 3D printing
Samsung's Kim Hyun-Suk made the comments at IFA in Berlin
Democratising data will turn everyone into a data scientist
Still only in Seattle, though
The electric auto maker really needed a win after several months of "production hell"
The unmanned freighter will replace 40,000 truck journeys each year
AI beats semi-pros but falls down in the big leagues
The scale of jobs lost to automation will be at least as large as those in the first three industrial revolutions
AI, VR and working on the morning commute - it's all to come
Trained on curated data from Moorfields Eye Hospital, the neural network also shows clinicians how it reached its judgement
The intent is to build bots small enough to crawl through a garden hose
The system can determine the smallest doses that are still effective at treating tumours