Oliver Smith is leading a far-reaching innovation programme at Telefónica as part of a “health moonshot” to change lifestyles and reduce chronic illnesses. Ahead of his speech at Data Summit, he told DataIQ how they plan to get there.
It’s conference season again and exhibition halls around the world are full of people selling their data goods and services. At one a big expo I went to recently, the representatives of one company got me really excited about data management despite my lack of a comprehensive understanding of all its intricacies. They did this by being by highlighting the path to a beneficial destination.
When knowledge transfer is automated, expertise is extracted from one person and stored digitally before being passed to someone else. Ron Beck of Aspen Technology tells Toni Sekinah how the automation of knowledge can help ease the problems caused by the talent gap in the oil and gas industry.
Back in 2016, Openreach was facing growing pressure for poor delivery of its business ethernet service. To unblock the work stream, it used a new data analytics tool to see what was causing the problems. Jason Teoh explains to DataIQ how being able to visualise the issue has turned the situation around.
With data being hailed as the fuel for the fourth industrial revolution, it’s no surprise to see new research emerging tying data maturity to business success. But what are the key ingredients for data maturity? And what are the key benefits? A new study has the answers.
The application of intelligent use of information and technology to provide better care for patients has fantastic potential but Dr Amitava Banerjee, a specialist in heart failure and cardiac services, has some concerns about inclusion and data quality among other issues.
The first two months of the year is prime time for job change and AI is playing an increasingly important role in the hiring, training and retention of employees. Toni Sekinah asks three experts in the field of human resources how the field might be transformed by machine learning and automation.
The Metropolitan Police have been getting too up close and personal with the citizens of London for my liking. Residents and commuters in Romford were subject to a sting operation by the Met which trialled biometric face recognition technology, o...
Adrian Ezra founded JamieAi to make the recruitment business more time efficient and cost effective. His start-up, which has only been in operation since September 2017, matches available and qualified candidates to jobs offered by employers...
“Every decision at Revolut has to be made with data.” So said the lead data scientist of the digital banking app, Abhi Thanendran.
Due to its philosophy of democratised data throughout the company, everybody is able to get the data and ever...