AI leaders call for a stop on development of autonomous weapons

Business leaders and artificial intelligence experts sign an open letter to governments warning of the risks of an AI arms race in autonomous weapons

Best of VMworld 2017 Awards nominations now open until 31 August

Read the criteria for the Best of VMworld Europe User Awards and find out how to submit your nomination

Box uses Google’s AI to support image recognition in the enterprise

Optical character recognition and automated generation of image metadata is now possible, thanks to Google Cloud AI

Contactless payments through mobile phones no longer a novelty

The amount of contactless payments made through mobile devices increased by 336% compared with 2016, according to figures from Worldpay

Top skills you need to avoid being replaced by a machine

A-level results have shown an increase in Stem subjects but tech skills remain a problem, warn some in the industry

The correlation between creativity, diversity and the future tech workforce

Many believe the UK computing curriculum should put more emphasis on creativity to prepare young people for an automated future

A decade of IT change since banking meltdown

With 10 years passing since Northern Rock had to be bailed out by the government, we look at how banking IT has changed since the financial crisis

Fiat joins BMW's autonomous car platform initiative

Car makers Fiat and BMW are working in collaboration with Intel and Mobileye to develop a scalable platform for self-driving vehicles

ClickMechanic uses GitHub to streamline coding to production

Digital service that connects car mechanics and garages to customers sees GitHub as a core part of its coding lifecycle

RBS to cut 880 IT staff in London

Royal Bank of Scotland aims to reduce London-based IT workforce by 40%

Middle East salary survey reveals major challenges to close IT skills gap

Organisations in the Middle East are not offering IT staff enough training and don’t employ enough women in IT

The Google memo on diversity should be a learning opportunity

Google's knee-jerk reaction did not tackle the root cause of the controversial employee memo

AI tipped as top tech trend of next decade

In 2010, social, cloud, analytics and mobile were tipped as megatrends – now Gartner sees artificial intelligence as the emerging tech trend with the biggest potential

How HPE is climbing the supercomputer league to reach exascale performance

Hewlett Packard Enterprise recently joined a project to develop exascale computing for the US Department of Energy. We assess the implications

The Data Protection Bill is about securing UK data leadership

The UK's new data protection legislation is vital to a successful Brexit and for continued UK leadership in technology

Unleashing digital talent for fun and profit

With all the talk of data as the ‘new oil’, organisations can easily forget that talent – people – are the heart of delivering digital change

Bristol hosts successful test of 5G mobile edge computing

Participants in the three-week trial of mobile edge computing technology took part in a virtual treasure hunt around the city centre

CIO interview: Mike Proudlock, interim head of IT, The Royal College of Surgeons

The Royal College of Surgeons has started a cloud-centric transformation programme to ensure the organisation is fit for the working challenges of the 21st century

Integration is key to Office 365’s progress

We look at how Microsoft Office 365 works and how far it has gone towards becoming a platform for integrating other tools

Nordic CIO interview: Anna Eriksson, Swedish National Land Survey

Swedish land registry’s CIO tells Computer Weekly about the organisation’s approach to digital transformation
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