In this week's Computer Weekly, the proliferation of ethical frameworks has done little to change how artificial intelligence is developed – we look at the challenges. We examine the future of the UK semiconductor sector as the government launches a review. And we hear how NatWest has put data at the heart of customer strategy. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the implications of the controversial acquisition of UK chip leader Arm by US rival Nvidia. Black Lives Matter has raised awareness of social inequalities, but is the tech sector becoming more diverse? And we ask if business software can learn from the addictive nature of social apps. Read the issue now.
The National Museum of Computing has trawled the Computer Weekly archives for another selection of articles highlighting significant articles published in the month of June over the past few decades.
The following white paper explores the benefits of how pairing your workforce with an ergonomic monitor can alleviate a large portion of pain and fatigue, ultimately increasing their well-being, happiness, and efficiency. Read on to learn more.
This white paper showcases a solution that is architected to scale and handle diverse performance requirements and automate the implementation of data retention policies. Discover how this uniquely designed technology combines a data management framework with hardware help in the form of FPGAs that provide robust performance for I/O operations.
This brief whitepaper explains how the Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX) was able to half its hardware costs by leveraging a Linux system to support trading machines, surveillance machines, database engines, and more.