Since launching in 2015, Women in Data has seen its community and conference audiences grow significantly. On the eve of the fifth event, its co-founders told David Reed why, despite an active and growing cohort of female data practitioners, there is still such a long way to go - and therefore a need for the network.
The current methods of governing artificial intelligence and autonomous systems are not sufficient to protect our connected devices from having their vulnerabilities exploited by hackers. Dr Bertie Müller points out some of the flaws in the systems that some of us use on a daily basis, and what might be a better way to mitigate them.
In the wake of Ada Lovelace Day several women working in STEM fields shared their views on the difficulties of working in the industry, what can be done to encourage more women and girls to enter the field and steps that can be taken to facilitate that.
Technology is to buzzwords as jam is to wasps. But don’t let the jargon put you off - underneath these terms there are innovative approaches that can help to transform your business. James Eiloart of Tableau explains why data democratisation is one such example.
Unsurprisingly police forces are pleased and civil liberties organisations are displeased at the judgement passed down on the use of automated facial recognition technology by the police last month essentially saying that it is lawful.
In September, Chinese telecommunication and computing technology company Huawei held its Huawei Connect conference in Shanghai and showed an invited group of journalists – including myself - around its factory in Shenzhen.
Michael Anderson is the pioneer of Elevated Leadership, a leadership approach that uses personal growth to develop the natural style of each individual. Ahead of his keynote presentation at this week’s ScotSoft, DataIQ asked him about leadership and how to develop the right culture in business.
At the UK MotoGP at Silverstone over the August bank holiday weekend, I was fortunate to be invited to meet the Ducati team and its technology partner NetApp to find out just how important data and soft skills are at the pinnacle of motorcycle racing.
Payal Jain of JCURV scooped the Transformation with Data prize at the DataIQ Awards in the summer. She tells Toni Sekinah about JCURV’s ‘datagility’ model and the biggest challenge she and the team faced during the transformation process at Sainsbury’s.
In this edition of the podcast, Davide Cervellin, author of "Office of Cards", explains how to deal with the politics of large organisations. Plus, we hear the panel from this year’s DataIQ Summit that considered how to organise to benefit from automation.