Face verification firm iProov has launched a system of global threat intelligence for biometric assurance. monitoring and managing threats from increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks, including the use of deepfakes.
The UK’s data protection watchdog the ICO has unveiled a new AI auditing framework designed to help ensure data protection compliance — warning that running personal data through such “opaque systems” comes with inherent risks. Marcus Grazette, Policy Lead at data privacy management firm Privitar looks at how the ICO’s guidance translates into practical action for companies?
One of the world’s biggest tchnology conferencess CES will be online-only in 2021, the organisers have confirmed.
Microsoft is replacing up to 50 journalists and replacing them with AI robots designed to pick suitable news stories.
Intelligent language and content company SDL has entered into a technical partnership with DRUID, specialists in conversational AI, to launch multi-lingual virtual assistants for enterprise organizations that enable real-time communication through chatbots.
Facebook has launched the largest ever open-domain chatbot, called Blender, which it claims is able to demonstrate empathy, knowledge and personality and is better than ones created by rival Google.
As technology and automation continues to advance at a staggering rate, the job sector will too, quickly adapting to support breakthroughs across industries. New research looks at 12 types of jobs that don’t exist yet, but could be crucial roles in the coming decades.
Publicis Sapient has announced a collaboration with Elder Research and Tquila to launch Publicis Sapient AI Labs (PS AI Labs).
Marketing technology firm Datasine has launched a new product designed to improve consumer engagement through hyper personalisation.
Contextual advertising company, GumGum has successfully closed a $22 million funding round, with global marketing veteran and former CMO at Live Nation, Lisa Licht joining the company’s Board of Directors.
Smart thermostats are the most popular IoT device that Brits want for their home, ahead of a smart doorbell, according to new research.
Fiverr is launching Logo Maker, a new service that uses AI to instantly match business buyers with automatically personalized logos, based on hand-crafted designs from vetted designers.
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona has been cancelled after a growing number of firms pulled out over coronavirus fears.
Isbank became the first Turkish bank to offer a chatbot to provide one-on-one financial assistance to its customers. This case study looks at how the creation of AI-based personal assistant named “Maxi” grew its app users by 2 million in just 5 months.
While positive fan experiences with technology bring multiple new opportunities to sports organisations, athletes are increasingly using it for training, injury prevention and improving performance, according to new research.
Top 3 digital transformation tips for 2020: Improving customer experience, digital presence and sales and marketing effectiveness
As we enter 2020, what are the top priorities transformation for global companies? New research identifies the key areas to focus on.
Quantum computers are set to help us solve humanity’s most complex challenges – challenges that our existing computers can’t even scratch the surface of. With tech giants including Google, IBM, Microsoft and Intel racing to create the next generation of supercomputers, investment in quantum computing technologies are booming. But which companies are leading the way in quantum computing?
Media industry trends for 2020: Collaboration culture, remote working and voice assistants for everything
Andy Wilson, Head of Media, Dropbox, shares his insights about the state of the European media industry and how technology is fundamentally shifting the way professionals collaborate and communicate.
From multiverse exploration to anti-Instagram dining, a new report looks ahead to the defining trends in consumer behaviour and innovation for 2020.
Waiters, stock assistants and executive sales are the jobs most at risk from automation, while Dentists, doctors, teachers are safest, according to new research.