Cyber fraud and surveying: how to handle the risks
There is increasing potential for hackers to exploit weaknesses in surveyors’ systems to access the large amounts of money they hold, argues Stuart Mangion.
How can we manage and capitalise on the growing amounts of data that today’s connected cities, devices and people are producing?
Data is the fabric of the modern world: just like we walk down pavements, so we trace routes through data, and build knowledge and products out of it.
Dr Ben Goldacre OBE
Chair of the NHS HealthTech Advisory Board
Blockchain is moving closer to becoming acceptable for transactions on the property market – but the challenges will be more legal and legislative than technological.
City planners are harnessing the boom in real-time data to build better public spaces and more people-focused cities.
Urban dynamics are being changed by city governments, designers and even individual citizens utilising the huge amounts of open data now available.
The Internet of Things may be a magnet for hype, but its potential to transform workplace efficiency could be very real indeed.
In real estate, where the ‘cash cow’ of the physical asset is still healthy, there is a reluctance to acknowledge the presence of the digital asset and what it could mean in the future.
79% of enterprise executives agree that companies that do not embrace Big Data will lose their competitive position and could face extinction.
The security issues linked to internet-connected devices are creepy, terrifying and potentially deadly.
Artificial intelligence is just a new tool, one that can be used for good and for bad purposes and one that comes with new dangers and downsides. Although machine learning has huge potential, data sets with ingrained biases will produce biased results – garbage in, garbage out.
The Internet of Garbage
90% of the data in the world has been created in the last two years, and it is projected to increase by 40% annually.
Big Data for Sustainable Development