Why you still need a physical office with a distributed work model
Distributed agile working is at the core of Hack and Craft. And now coronavirus has forced most companies into remote working, its benefits are becoming clear even to the most traditional businesses.
Getting board approval for AI - is this the biggest stumbling block?
There’s so much interest around artificial intelligence, but do business leaders buy-in to the hype? Sooraj Shah questions why leaders might be deterred from investing in the biggest current IT trend.
The pharmaceutical sector has the most intriguing battle for data scientists yet
Clinical trials are the latest area where all sorts of companies are fighting over the rare specimen that is a data scientist.
Accelerating public transport with smartphone innovation
Patience may be a virtue, but it’s not a virtue that people want to exercise when commuting. Thankfully, a combination of smartphone innovation and data insights can help improve public transport systems and make journeying to and from work a smoother experience. Here are some examples.
H&C partner with RS to launch an innovative Visual Product Recognition chatbot
The latest addition to RS Components’ leading Digital platform, Quickfinder is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Digital Assistant featuring Visual Product Recognition technology that allows automated product identification with the click of a button.
Tech Trends 2018: The year in innovation
Hack & Craft News present a rundown of eight technology hotspots, strategic topics, and things to watch out for this year.
Black Mirror: Science fiction or a chilling reality?
With the new series due for release next month, Chris Middleton explains why Black Mirror and the real world are already indistinguishable from each other.
Agtech: Where field and server farms meet
The robot farmer is here, but the biggest agtech innovations will come from the IoT, big data, and analytics.
Tech Week: Can it restore confidence in UK innovation?
London’s Tech Week is a superb showcase for the UK technology industry but initiatives like this will do little to help the UK unless the government stops seeing the sector as a threat.
Computer vision: Can AI ever truly emulate the human brain?
Humans have long dreamed of a world whereby robots are used as to aid us in completing menial labour and house chores so we don’t have to. The problem is, it is very difficult to get a robot to move and navigate like a human because it doesn’t have our muscles and nerves, and more importantly, it doesn’t have our brain.