How food shopping may soon be revolutionized with AI

Computer Weekly - 5 September 2017: A Dutch startup wants to revolutionise online food shopping


In this week’s Computer Weekly, we find out how Dutch startup Picnic hopes to revolutionise the online food shopping market using artificial intelligence and data analytics. We take a look at the latest updates to Microsoft’s Office 365 cloud-based productivity tools. And we assess the prospects for AMD’s latest line-up of server processors and ask if they can challenge market leader Intel. 

Also inside:

  • We look at how AMD’s EPYC server processor family compares to what Intel has to offer datacentre hardware buyers.
  • A global survey has identified a shortfall in server skills, but IT administrators appear less willing to adopt technology helpers such as automation.
  • Donald Farmer is a well-respected figure in data analytics, having spent significant spells at Microsoft and Qlik. He is now turning his mind to the ideologies that determine the character of companies.
  • Immutable buckets offer businesses benefits in data compliance, backup, archiving and security.


05 Sep 2017
05 Sep 2017
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