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UK slow to deploy AI post-Covid, research suggests

Results from the recent IBM Global AI Adoption Index 2021 survey of senior IT decision-makers makes for uncomfortable reading in the UK. More than 5,000 businesses across the world responded to the survey on the use of AI, with 500 coming from the UK.


Enterprise AI adoption grows despite mounting skills shortage

A new survey by American learning firm O’Reilly has explored how companies are adopting AI and the barriers that limit more widespread usage.


Study reveals the scale of Covid-19-induced cloud migration

We’ve all heard how coronavirus has forced businesses to flock to the cloud in recent weeks but a new study has finally revealed the extent to which enterprises have migrated workloads to the cloud in response to the pandemic.

LogicMonitor polled 500 global IT decision makers between May and June to gauge their acceleration to the cloud.

87 percent of respondents agreed that Covid-19 had caused organisations to accelerate their migration to the cloud as companies take advantage of the technology to quickly adjust to remote workforce scenarios.


Poll: 49% of IT professionals say reducing data centre energy costs top priority

A new poll from Secure I.T. Environments Ltd has revealed that reducing energy costs (46 percent) and improving energy efficiency (39 percent) are IT professionals’ key priorities for 2020.  The poll, conducted across the two days at Data Centre World 2020, found nearly a third (29 percent) will focus on relocating data centre(s) in 2020.


Doctor who? UK patients signal support for AI surgeons

A third of patients in the UK are willing to have major invasive surgery performed by AI, according to research conducted by YouGov for PwC. The research found that young people and men are most supportive, with nearly half of 18 to 24-year-olds and 39% of men willing to go under a knife wielded by… Read More