Treasured moments with a genius we will all miss.
Independent perspectives on the state of business and technology.
In this edition of the Radar column, we examine the big picture around Agile, and look at what it means and what it doesn't.
In this edition of the Radar column, we explore questions and challenges facing ops teams as they attempt to assimilate AI.
Experts discuss what's in store for popular and growing programming languages.
An expanded economy-related reading list for the year ahead.
In this edition of the Radar column, we look at how the tools and techniques of programming are poised to evolve.
A selective economy-related reading list for the year ahead.
We’re tracking notable developments in privacy, security, health, and more.
In this edition of the Radar column, we explore the limitations and possibilities of high-speed 5G connectivity.
Quantum computing’s potential is still far off, but quantum supremacy shows we’re on the right track
In this edition of the Radar column, we explore Google’s quantum supremacy milestone.
The struggle is not about free speech; it's about the right to pay attention and to think.
In this edition of the Radar column, we look at what’s possible when ML apps can work with minimal or inconsistent power supplies.
As organizations embrace machine learning, the need for new deployment tools and strategies grows.
What we really need is disclosure of information about the growth and health of the supply side of Big Tech's marketplaces.
Tim O’Reilly explains how we can “gradually, then suddenly” create a better world.
We won’t get the chance to worry about artificial general intelligence if we don’t deal with the problems we have in the present.
Breaking up Facebook won't solve the disinformation or privacy problems. It might well make it harder for Facebook to work on those problems.
Programmers have built great tools for others. It’s time they built some for themselves.