At an IBM briefing about AI, Professor Katherine Royse shared her insight into how quantum computing and AI could work together to radically improve diagnoses and pandemic research
Maria Loumpourdi, Betsson Group: “There is no universal, one-size-fits-all formula to managing talent effectively”
We interview Maria Loumpourdi, the Global Head of Talent Development at Betsson Group, designing and executing talent development and management strategies across the Group’s 16 global locations.
In this opinion piece, we look forward to how the digital landscape will look in five years’ time and provides advice to businesses on what technologies they need to embrace.
ChatGPT is getting an app store, where you can make - and sell - your own AI-powered systems.
Will Australia’s commitments to AI safety work with new privacy laws – or in stark contrast to them?
At the AI Safety Summit, Australia agreed to the principles of the Bletchley Declaration - how does that change the upcoming revisions to the Privacy Act?
Tom Ferland, VP of HR at IQGeo: “It is not cost-effective to pay for space to handle all staff all the time”
Tom Ferland is the VP HR at IQGeo. In this interview he shares insights from his 25 years of Human Resource experience supporting global software companies.
Governments have agreed to test AI models before they're released, but how will they work together to get on top of this enormous task?
Phygital+ offers its users the ability to tap into Midjourney, DALL-E, and Stable Diffusion all in one place. Here's why beginners might like it.
Rauno Sigur, CEO of DriveX: “It is only fit for Estonia to have a strong and supportive startup community”
As a young boy, Rauno Sigur rode around on a bicycle and took photos of cars. Now he does the same with technology, as CEO of DriveX. Read his exclusive interview here.
Janet Phillips, VP of People, Kong: “The best advice I ever received was to think of my career as a jungle gym and not a ladder”
We speak to Janet Phillips, the People leader driving HR programs that support Kong’s explosive growth.
The much-derided virtual reality has found an unexpectedly useful niche in the world of architecture, writes Steve Ranger. And there is more to come.
Liam Bacon, CEO of Aradena: “We are on a mission to revolutionise the way we play and interact online”
Liam Bacon, CEO of Aradena, is on a mission to change how web3 technologies impact gaming. We spoke to him about the industry, the challenges and what's ahead.