From chatbots answering customer queries to making personalised recommendations, artificial intelligence (AI) now plays a role in many of the interactions between business and customer.
The diamond industry has a poor track record when it comes to human rights, with a portion of the industry still fuelled by forced labour, poor wages, dangerous working conditions and environmental damage.
This Thursday is Clean Air Day 2019, a UK initiative which aims to tackle and raise awareness of the important global issue of air pollution.
There has been a boom in Exceptional Talent Visa applications as an increasing number of workers from around the world flock to the UK tech industry.
Considering Facebook’s track record with user data over the past few years, the idea of handing over personal health data and even DNA via the platform may be unappealing for many.
Available in 600 cities across 65 countries, Uber has truly conquered the ride-hailing market.
From IBM Watson’s analysis of tennis players’ performance at Wimbledon, to statistical analysis driving success in Major League Baseball, the use of technology has become an integral part of professional sport, with artificial intelligence at the heart of this.
Computer scientists from the University of California have brought technology to one of the oldest art festivals in the world with an interactive artwork collaboration.
2019 has been hailed by many in the tech industry as the year of 5G, with many telecoms companies rushing to roll out 5G infrastructure in some form.
Microsoft has said that it no longer recommends periodic password changes, and that the practice could in fact leave users more open to hacking.
As London Tech Week kicks off this week, the spotlight is on the UK’s world-renowned tech scene, with 2.1 million people now employed in the sector.
MPs have recommended that the UK introduce a new kitemark system to warn people of cybersecurity risks.
Dell Technologies has called for urgent action to tackle the growing problem of e-waste.
Located in a small exhibition space in the Saatchi Gallery, it is clear from the get-go that We Live in an Ocean of Air is not like most of the other offerings on display at the Chelsea-based space.
New York-based charity People Inc.
With the Tory leadership contest throwing the outcome of Brexit into further disarray, the new October deadline is fast approaching.However, the CEO of of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations, deVere Group, believes that the impact of Brexit is far from over, and the Brexit nightmare could go on long after the
Despite the many benefits of AI, the inability to understand the complexities of human emotion has long been highlighted as a reason for why human intervention is still vital to providing the soft skills robots cannot master.
With the UK government stating that it wants fully driverless cars to be on British roads by 2021, much of the innovation in the automotive sphere is focused on this new technology.
A new industry code, designed to repay those who have fallen victim to financial scams, comes into force today.
With consumers increasingly expecting fast and convenient access to food through e-commerce, online food-delivery platforms are experiencing rapid growth.
From bike sharing and electric scooters and soon self-driving cars and drone vehicles, the transport ecosystem is arguably undergoing the largest transformation since cars first appeared on the roads back in the 19th century.
First emerging as a concept back in the 1980, additive manufacturing in which 3D objects are produced from a model on a computer by building up layers of material, is by no means a new technology.
According to the Office of National Statistics, in 50 years’ time there are likely to be an additional 8.6 million people aged 65 years and over.
With new capabilities such as GPS tracking, Wi-Fi connectivity and the ability to recharge other gadgets, smart luggage is the newest way travellers can stay connected on the move.
Freedom Mobile, Canada’s fourth largest mobile network, has become the latest company to suffer a serious data breach, when five million logs of unencrypted customer data was left exposed.
With the European elections taking place on the 23 June, 512 million people are expected to go to the polls, including UK voters who were not previously expected to vote under the original Brexit deadline.
According to a recent report by Global Data, the video game industry could be worth $300bn by 2025, and with an estimated 150 million Americans now regularly playing video games, it now rivals film and music as a major entertainment source.
With an estimated 40.3 million victims currently affected by modern-day slavery, human trafficking is an urgent problem that spans the globe.
With the number of vacancies in the UK tech sector increasing by almost a quarter in 2018, companies must to work harder than ever to attract and retain much-needed talent.
Amidst growing pressure for the government to commit to a legally binding target of a carbon-neutral UK by 2050, the Committee on Climate Change has said that the UK can end its contribution to global warming if a commitment is made now.