• “...One giant leap for mankind”

    Fifty years on from the moon landing, James Petter, VP, International at Pure Storage, examines how technology is powering space exploration today.

  • A smart future

    Paul Mercina, head of innovation at Park Place Technologies examines the role of artificial intelligence and predictive maintenance as part of a smart distributed future.

  • ABB pilots automation solution for the next generation of data centres

    With the rapid growth of data centres across the world come new challenges. To meet these challenges ABB is piloting a new ABB Ability Data Centre Automation offering with one of the fastest growing colocation data centre providers globally.

  • AI, IoT and data centres key drivers of M&A deals

    According to GlobalData, artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT) and data centres were the key drivers behind mergers and acquisition (M&A) activity over the last two years.

  • An automated era  

    Wendy Zhao, senior director, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence takes a look at AI and automation within the data centre from the perspective of public cloud, exploring where we’re at with this technology now and where it’s heading in the future.

  • Automation and the workplace of tomorrow

    The adoption of automation in business is now a question of when not if, but it’s not always an easy ride. Carmine Rimi, AI product manager at Canonical –  the company behind Ubuntu – outlines how businesses can mitigate some of the complications.

  • Cortex Labs launches first globally decentralised AI and ML Network

    Cortex Labs has announced the successful launch of its technology platform, with the network itself designed for the operation of AI based algorithms.

  • Food for thought: Could data hold the key to food sustainability?

    With the goal to halve food wastage by 2030, Peter Ruffley, chairman of Zizo, takes a look at why data could be the answer to meeting this ambitious target.

  • Machine learning: Steps to success

    So, you’re all aboard the machine learning bandwagon, but what now? Mathias Golombek, CTO at Exasol outlines three steps to ensure your investment is optimised.

  • Why do we need citizen data scientists?

    Demand for data scientists is higher than ever before and IBM predicts it will increase by 28% by 2020. With the industry in the midst of a skills shortage, businesses are struggling to fill the gap. Here, Ramya Sriram ofKolabtree discusses the rise of the citizen data scientist.