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.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how computer scientists are using data, cloud and virtual reality to understand the brain and improve mental wellbeing. We analyse newly published government documents detailing the early problems with Universal Credit. And we look at how AI can help improve cyber security. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, experts advise on how IT and marketing chiefs can work together to deliver a high-quality customer experience. We examine how supercomputers are transforming science by processing large-scale data analytics. And we look at a key ethical aspect of AI – how to explain the decisions an AI makes. Read the issue now.
It's not just the countries of the Middle East that have a plan when it comes to digital transformation. Private businesses are also overhauling their systems. One such company is the automotive division of Saudi Arabia's Abdul Latif Jameel Company (ALJC), which has completed one of the biggest SAP projects ever undertaken in the auto sector.
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In this week’s issue of Computer Weekly we kick-off a programme of content aimed at providing a resource for IT training, education and career development. We also look at the controversial supplier contracts for the NHS IT programme, and examine the challenges of Big Data - plus our usual analysis of the week’s news. Download the latest issue now.
Join master of the parallel universe Clay Breshears and Aaron Tersteeg as they discuss parallel programming with a special guest. This episode features Dr. David Paterson, Director of the Universal Parallel Computing Research Center at UC Berkeley sponsored by Intel and Microsoft.