Brian McKenna

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Nigel Shadbolt on why the UK is well placed to lead on the ethics of AI
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Nigel Shadbolt on why the UK is well placed to lead on the ethics of AI
August, 17 2018
Rentokil robot Trevor kills off mundane processes
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Rentokil robot Trevor kills off mundane processes
August, 9 2018
SAP Q2 2018: Cloud revenue shows momentum, 600 more S/4 customers
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SAP Q2 2018: Cloud revenue shows momentum, 600 more S/4 customers
July, 19 2018
Canada raises banner of AI to boost tech industry
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Canada raises banner of AI to boost tech industry
July, 16 2018
Chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov tells Tableau users human intelligence still has role to play
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Chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov tells Tableau users human intelligence still has role to play
July, 10 2018
Exiting EU committee cattle-prods government on 'data adequacy'
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Exiting EU committee cattle-prods government on 'data adequacy'
July, 3 2018
Government welcomes Lords AI report, vaunts industrial strategy
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Government welcomes Lords AI report, vaunts industrial strategy
July, 3 2018
Teradata sues SAP over Hana for stealing trade secrets
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Teradata sues SAP over Hana for stealing trade secrets
June, 20 2018
Oracle full-year results show 6% growth, but cloud revenue opaque?
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Oracle full-year results show 6% growth, but cloud revenue opaque?
June, 20 2018
Chief data officers go to summer school
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Chief data officers go to summer school
June, 20 2018
Government Geospatial Commission opens up OS MasterMap data
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Government Geospatial Commission opens up OS MasterMap data
June, 14 2018
SAP banks on “intelligent enterprise” at Sapphire 2018
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SAP banks on “intelligent enterprise” at Sapphire 2018
June, 11 2018
Sapphire 2018: SAP will take over CRM market, says McDermott
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Sapphire 2018: SAP will take over CRM market, says McDermott
June, 6 2018
IFS 18 Atlanta: CEO Roos asserts customer focus with upgraded ERP suite
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IFS 18 Atlanta: CEO Roos asserts customer focus with upgraded ERP suite
May, 2 2018
Congolese health workers and patients benefit from Couchbase database
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Congolese health workers and patients benefit from Couchbase database
April, 27 2018
SAP Q1 2018: Cloud revenue breaks €1bn, 400 more S/4 customers
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SAP Q1 2018: Cloud revenue breaks €1bn, 400 more S/4 customers
April, 24 2018
Gartner predicts AI will add $1.2tn to companies’ earnings in 2018
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Gartner predicts AI will add $1.2tn to companies’ earnings in 2018
April, 24 2018
DataWorks 18: Hortonworks styles itself 3.0 with a ‘DataPlane’ service
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DataWorks 18: Hortonworks styles itself 3.0 with a ‘DataPlane’ service
April, 18 2018
AI fears abating among UK consumers, suggests OpenText survey
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AI fears abating among UK consumers, suggests OpenText survey
April, 13 2018
SAP bids to modernise indirect licensing with new pricing model
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SAP bids to modernise indirect licensing with new pricing model
April, 10 2018
Silicon Valley startups pitch in to the remaking of corporate IT
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Silicon Valley startups pitch in to the remaking of corporate IT
April, 5 2018
UN adopts Tableau as global standard to augment decision support
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UN adopts Tableau as global standard to augment decision support
April, 4 2018
£5m Ada Lovelace Institute launched to look into data ethics
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£5m Ada Lovelace Institute launched to look into data ethics
March, 28 2018
The Cambridge Analytica case: What’s a data scientist to do?
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The Cambridge Analytica case: What’s a data scientist to do?
March, 28 2018
Oracle Q3 2017-18 results see cloud revenue grow to $1.6bn
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Oracle Q3 2017-18 results see cloud revenue grow to $1.6bn
March, 20 2018
Silicon Valley startups home in on pressing value from data
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Silicon Valley startups home in on pressing value from data
March, 16 2018
IBM sets up no-fee Data Science Elite team to speed up AI adoption
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IBM sets up no-fee Data Science Elite team to speed up AI adoption
March, 16 2018
Online data can be used to create better housing for all, says Resi’s Depledge
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Online data can be used to create better housing for all, says Resi’s Depledge
March, 15 2018
Hana and S/4 users more sophisticated but beset by licensing doubts
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Hana and S/4 users more sophisticated but beset by licensing doubts
February, 22 2018
Data Lab CEO Gillian Docherty on how data can boost Scottish economy
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Data Lab CEO Gillian Docherty on how data can boost Scottish economy
February, 16 2018
Oracle pushes automation beyond database to cloud services
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Oracle pushes automation beyond database to cloud services
February, 12 2018
€7.1m EU Data Pitch accelerator recruits 18 startups
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€7.1m EU Data Pitch accelerator recruits 18 startups
February, 1 2018
SAP 2017 results: Cloud revenue nears €3.8bn, 7,900 S/4 Hana customers
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SAP 2017 results: Cloud revenue nears €3.8bn, 7,900 S/4 Hana customers
January, 30 2018
Government bulks up on AI personnel
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Government bulks up on AI personnel
January, 29 2018
Shell downstream CIO Craig Walker: Invest time in your team
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Shell downstream CIO Craig Walker: Invest time in your team
January, 25 2018
2018 UK software budgets double for AI and blockchain
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2018 UK software budgets double for AI and blockchain
January, 22 2018
Computer science is fastest-growing subject for undergraduates
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Computer science is fastest-growing subject for undergraduates
January, 12 2018
HMRC’s transformation programme beset by extra Brexit workload
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HMRC’s transformation programme beset by extra Brexit workload
January, 12 2018
Oxford and Cambridge Club shelves ledgers for time and attendance
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Oxford and Cambridge Club shelves ledgers for time and attendance
January, 5 2018
Top 10 information management stories of 2017
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Top 10 information management stories of 2017
December, 29 2017
Royal Mail research reveals UK firms lack data quality for GDPR
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Royal Mail research reveals UK firms lack data quality for GDPR
December, 21 2017
Hancock sure UK will obtain and maintain EU data protection adequacy
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Hancock sure UK will obtain and maintain EU data protection adequacy
December, 21 2017
Fourth industrial revolution AI scepticism rife at Lords committee
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Fourth industrial revolution AI scepticism rife at Lords committee
December, 20 2017
Top 10 business applications stories of 2017
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Top 10 business applications stories of 2017
December, 18 2017
Oracle Q2 2017-18 results see cloud revenue grow to $1.5bn
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Oracle Q2 2017-18 results see cloud revenue grow to $1.5bn
December, 15 2017
SAP and customers still in cockpit of debate about indirect licensing
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SAP and customers still in cockpit of debate about indirect licensing
December, 1 2017
TechUK calls for swift action to safeguard data exchange after Brexit
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TechUK calls for swift action to safeguard data exchange after Brexit
November, 30 2017
UKISUG 2017: only 2% of British and Irish SAP users plan to use Leonardo
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UKISUG 2017: only 2% of British and Irish SAP users plan to use Leonardo
November, 27 2017
Geospatial Commission announced in Budget to open up OS data
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Geospatial Commission announced in Budget to open up OS data
November, 23 2017
Data report posits post-Brexit productivity uplift
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Data report posits post-Brexit productivity uplift
November, 16 2017
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