In this week's Computer Weekly, we look into Apple's controversial plans to build a huge datacentre in a small town in the west of Ireland, and the local arguments it has caused. We find out how the Met Office is managing its vast quantities of weather data. And we examine Google plans to bring AI to the recruitment market. 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 May over the past five decades.
It's hardly surprising that the Netherlands is pioneering smart cities. The tech-savvy nation is already planning to have a digital port in Rotterdam with automated ships. Now, according to one Dutch academic, "almost every Dutch municipality is doing something with smart technology".
In this week's Computer Weekly, after the pandemic led to a boom in e-commerce, we look at how retailers are turning to tech to revitalise their stores. We examine the issues around using algorithmic automation to manage employees. And we find out how data science is supporting drug discovery at Novartis. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how new technologies are supporting the rise of vertical farming, and could revolutionise food supply chains. We examine one of the biggest trends in the cloud – serverless computing. And Brexit has not yet ended the debate about UK-EU data protection. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we report on the latest news from the court case about the controversial Post Office Horizon IT system. IT leaders share their views on creating a strategy for the digital age. And the CIO of Halfords talks about cloud, data analytics and emerging technologies. Read the issue now.
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