'Computer always right' law must be revisited to avoid another Post Office scandal
A law assuming computer evidence is reliable - and which saw subpostmasters prosecuted by the Post Office - must be revisited to avoid more miscarriages of justice - says a BCS legal expert.
BCS Insights 2021: defining good, doing good
The BCS Insights annual conference hits its third birthday with a planet-wide view of tech - how it can help the climate change emergency; how it hinders; the role of professionalism, what we should expect from the tech giants… and what we can do, writes Brian Runciman MBCS.
Big data applications in industry fields
Big data is not just another buzzword, write Alexandros Gazis, PhD candidate at the Democritus University of Thrace, School of Engineering and Theodora Gazi, PhD candidate at Athens University Law School. So, which industry fields can benefit from its use?
Could you be a school governor?
Getting more IT professionals involved with schools will play a vital role in encouraging the next generation of computing practitioners, writes Victoria Temple, Press and Community Engagement Officer at BCS.
Government calls for employers to back skills reforms
Vicious and virtuous circles in enterprise architecture practice
What is the future of business analysis?
Fire in the belly 1 - Choose the music
Fire in the belly 2 - hanging onto the cliff