Many people, myself included, sometimes dismiss the Trolley Problem. However, as technology creeps ever further into our everyday lives, it seems these moral problems are becoming ever relevant.
The Internet of Things refers to objects that communicate with each other. Central heating, fridges, toasters and dog collars are being connected through the IoT. What is its impact on business and how many businesses are enhancing the use of IoT? This blog will give you all the information you need to know about AI and IoT in business.
You would have to work hard to ignore Brexit in the media. The most recent updates are everywhere projecting daily doom and gloom for the British public to enjoy. Are businesses prepared for Brexit in March 2019? More pressingly, can we prepare for Brexit?
I’m sure we have all had to wait in A&E for hours before we were seen. But what if we had a four-hour delay in getting emergency surgery? On average it takes four hours to move from the accident and emergency ward to the operating table.
For the majority of people calling insurance companies isn’t the most favoured activity. The insurance industry is one of the least innovative areas for customer experience. This is changing however and artificial intelligence (AI) is now playing a great role in this change. AI technology has the potential to disrupt the insurance industry and revolutionise consumer experience.
Many have labelled the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a new type of industrial revolution. AI has the potential to improve productivity across a range of sectors, whilst lowering costs. However, there are risks of AI, similar to any technology that is not adequately managed or secured. The criminal network has been improving this capability for years through the use of botnets, and AI brings with it a new range of cyber security risks.