The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Will You Sink or Swim?
These are exciting times for those determined to propel their business towards the next age of digitalization, but beyond the sophisticated tools and intelligent machines, leaders have to give thought to how their employees will help to drive success.
Automated Machine Learning Drives Intelligent Business
Even as enterprises explore how artificial intelligence can help their organizations and people discuss the relationship between humans and software, automated machine learning tools continue to simplify deployment across all layers.
Kiosks are Looking at You, Too
Customer-facing kiosks are taking on a new look, and providing retailers, restaurants and other businesses with new functions, such as sizing up potential customers.
5 Cross-functional Analytics Challenges
Cross-functional analytics can benefit businesses by replicating successful programs. Here are some common challenges you should know as you formulate a winning strategy.
Welcome to the Analytics Economy
An analytics economy is emerging, where organizations differentiate themselves and succeed with a blend of data, analytics, and collaboration.
BI Will Change the Role of IT as We Know It
IT's role within an organization has always been a critical one, but the advancement of business intelligence and data analytics will make IT exponentially more strategic.
The First Rule of Data: Do No Harm
At the Strata Big Data Conference in New York, one of the major themes was the responsibility that data scientists have to do their best to prevent the biases and prejudices that exist in society from creeping into data and the way algorithms are built.
Your Data Is Biased, Here's Why
Biased data can lead to bad decisions. Most business leaders aren't aware of the problem just yet, but they need to be because they're ultimately responsible.
Our Coming 5G World and IoT
The future of IoT and 5G networking isn't something that "will happen" in the coming years. To some extent, it's already here, setting the stage for further growth.
Computer Industry History May Not Be What You Think
InformationWeek readers know a lot about technology. Many studied computer history as part of their majors and yet, even PhDs would likely flunk a test about African-American contributions to the computer industry. Here's why.