The process of introducing small proven ideas (small bullets) and huge hits (cannonballs) is the way to innovate – and as a technologist, I would agree. As a human, I’m not interested in blowing anything up – not even my competitors. I much prefer to see innovation in healthier terms. Often people will say ‘It’s a marathon, not a sprint’ but in tech, we sprint. We sprint over and over again until we’re ready to sprint on the stage that matters - the marketplace - speed matters.
Sheffield is built on seven hills, up for a steep challenge? It may well be the place for you. Our tech and digital community has been moving mountains for years and we’re not even close to peaking.
The debate around the future of artificial intelligence and what it means for humanity is very much alive. It probably has been since 1927, the year Metropolis was released. If you haven’t seen it, the film stars a humanoid robot intent on world domination and human slavery. As you can imagine the robot doesn’t go down too well, and so began our difficult and ever-evolving relationship with AI.
Ever noticed how once you start asking ‘how’ instead of ‘why’ you get to the root of the matter and the blame and excuses disappear? As soon as we hear ‘why’, deep-seated synapses in our brains get to work and we are on guard.
There has been a lot written on the technical and security implications of the UK’s answer to a Covid-19 Track & Trace app. But are the creators missing the most important element of any development? If you’re not sure what it is, it’s most definitely human adoption.
Retailers are often asking if the future is in-store or online. The reality is, the future is digitally enabled, both in-store and online. Retailers need to begin focusing on the digital value chain, which is focused on collecting data about products, customers and locations.
Learn how to create a system that can detect and identify faces from a real-time video stream that only uses open-source tools and runs on a Raspberry Pi
Read our guide on how to avoid common mistakes made when implementing a content security policy on your website. A Content Security Policy is probably the best defence that you can introduce to your web services. They provide a high return on time invested as they are straightforward to implement when you know what you are doing and provide protection against a wide variety of attacks.
The trends in digital transformation we are seeing are set to not only change the way the automotive industry operates but also how we use vehicles in the future. Personalising a customer's experience and understanding their needs as well as cutting costs by digitising the supply chain are just some of the ways digital transformation is driving the evolution of the automotive industry