A look at new research aimed at helping machines to understand how we are feeling based on our facial expressions
June 26, 2017 by Martin Anderson
AI in construction
Does Artificial Intelligence research need its own 'RealPlayer' to bridge the PR gap between research and applicability?
June 22, 2017 by Martin Anderson


RPA and its Digital Workforce – What it Means to Practitioners
February 5, 2017
Martin Ford
Martin Hodge, author of 'Rise of the Robots', contemplates the future of the workforce in the coming age of Artificial Intelligence
January 27, 2017
Veronica Araujo
Niclas Sjöswärd of Getinge discusses the impact that RPA can have on Shared Services infrastructure
October 12, 2016


June 26 - 28, 2017
Hilton Houston Westchase, Houston, TX, United States
June 26 - 28, 2017
Hotel Nikko, Duesseldorf, Germany
July 4 - 5, 2017
Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel, London, United Kingdom


Widely employed as a cost-effective solution to many of the inherent problems of customer service apps and phone-based customer service operators, AI and Chatbots have rapidly increased in popularity to the point where they are now a potential  threat to call-centre operative jobs in outsourcing strongholds such as the Philippines.By using... Learn more »
May 5, 2017
As electronic components now make up over 50% of the total manufacturing cost of a car, and some cars now containing over 100 million lines of code, it’s clear the automotive cyber wars are just getting started.Automotive electronics/electrical system engineers are engaged in a silent struggle to safeguard new platforms against cybersecurity... Learn more »
May 3, 2017
NASA has had one of the most important and unique roles in major scientific discoveries to date. From space exploration to climate studies, the organisation has maintained an innovative and dynamic approach to science research. However, it’s this very fact that has led NASA to invest in Artificial Intelligence (AI) capability. For example, in... Learn more »
May 3, 2017