With Artificial Intelligence (AI) expected to become increasingly central to business organisations over the next year, the landscape of the workplace is changing.
From safety inspections to deliveries, and even transporting people in the near future, drones are becoming an increasingly common site in British skies.
It is thought that the origins of whisky can be traced back to as early as the 2nd millennium BC to the Babylonians in Mesopotamia.
2019 could be the year that retail fully embraces artificial intelligence, according to new research by Capgemini.
Despite surviving a vote of no-confidence from Conservative MPs, Theresa May’s fragile leadership could be facing a new challenge from outside her party.
GDPR came into force nearly seven months ago, with organisations within the EU now having to adhere to strict rules governing customer data.
In what has been a turbulent week in the UK’s ongoing exit from the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May will now face a vote of no confidence on her leadership.
Thanks to recent well-publicised data leaks suffered by many high-profile companies this year, customers have grown increasingly aware of and sensitive to data security issues.
Today it was announced that the UK Prime Minister Theresa May has delayed the Brexit vote.
2018 saw the #MeToo movement raise awareness of the prevalence of sexual assault and sexual harassment, following numerous allegations made against film producer Harvey Weinstein. However, despite women’s issues making headlines around the globe this year, Amnesty International has warned that 2018 was in many ways dominated by oppressive and sexist policies.
From robot surgeons to a range of different healthcare apps, artificial intelligence (AI) is driving medical advances.
The hype surrounding the fifth generation of mobile internet has been around for a while now, but it looks like 2019 will be the year that consumers will finally get their hands on a 5G smartphone.
Ukrainian authorities have said that they have stopped a large-scale cyberattack attributed to Russia.
As the Brexit deadline fast approaches, many of those in the UK and EU are looking for ways to reap the benefits of dual citizenship, with a 25% spike in Irish passports applications.
In an era of fake news, it is now widely known that the spread of false information is rampant online.
Peer-to-peer lending service Zopa has today announced that it is launching a bank, making it the “world’s first hybrid peer-to-peer and digital bank”.
The rise of machine learning is due to impact almost every industry to some degree over the next few years, with the presence of artificial intelligence set to transform the workplace forever.
As many commuters will be all too aware, London is currently the most congested city in Europe, with drivers on average spending around 72 hours stuck in traffic every year.
With an increasing number of stores now exclusively accepting credit or debit, Britain is increasingly moving towards being a cashless society.
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On average we spend a third of our days at work, but according to a recent survey, 70% of employees don’t consider their current job their dream career.
UK travellers are embracing innovative digital travel tools to make their journeys run more smoothly, a recent survey has found.
COP 24, the UN’s framework convention on climate change, takes place in Poland next week.
For many, tennis may conjure up images of traditional tennis whites, manicured lawns and Pimms-drinking.
Cloud data storage will become increasingly vital to meet business’ data storage needs over the next seven years as the global datasphere is set to increase fivefold.
With the rollout of 5G due to begin imminently, with 5G mobile hotspots expected by the end of this year and the first 5G-capable devices coming in 2019, the technology is undoubtedly going to shake up the mobile internet world.