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The UK Space Agency has today signed a statement of intent with NASA to collaborate on future lunar projects, with the UK ultimately planning to build a communications system on the Moon.
A pie created using artificial intelligence (AI) has been produced by pie maker Piglets Pantry in collaboration with digital lending platform Esme Loans in order to show how the technology can be used by small businesses.
The last few months have seen several telecommunications companies ramping up their 5G efforts, with Vodafone switching on its 5G network in some parts of the UK earlier this month.
The news that the UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) successfully thwarted an extensive airport email phishing campaign, revealed in the NCSC annual report today, has been welcomed by cybersecurity experts.
US researchers have created an AI that can solve a Rubik’s Cube in a fraction of a second, far quicker than the fastest human.
A hyperloop VR experience that provides viewers with a sense of what it will be like to use the futuristic mode of transport has been unveiled at SpaceX’s headquarters in California.
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How do you terraform Mars?
Data is, as we so often hear, one of the most valuable assets for businesses.
The number of enterprise projects using artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML), are set to double within the next year, but the skills needed to back such AI projects remain a significant concern.
The number of whistleblowers reporting a data breach to the UK’s data watchdog has soared by 175% since the introduction of GDPR, according to London-headquartered law firm RPC.
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For the first time in history, scientists have successfully taken a photo of a type of quantum entanglement known as Bell entanglement, which Albert Einstein famously described as “spooky action at a distance”.
US President Donald Trump has slammed bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying he is “not a fan” and that they “are not money”.
US researchers have created ‘artificial muscles’ that imitate the coiling and pulling mechanism found in a cucumber plant’s tendrils.
Bose’s venture into the wearable tech market marks an ambitious move for the US-based company, but success may see the company become a takeover target.
The amount of data now available to businesses, and particularly marketing professionals, is unprecedented.
Several “large scale” robotaxi pilots are to be launched in Europe by the end of next year after two key automotive players signed an exclusive strategic partnership.
It is a well-known piece of trivia that smartphones now contain greater processing power than the computers used in NASA missions to send astronauts to the Moon 50 years ago, and it is certainly true that modern smartphone now rival supercomputers of the past.
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ICARUS, a global system able to track the movements of thousands of animals, has been switched on.
The EU’s top court is deciding whether Facebook’s method of transferring personal data from the European Union to the United States sufficiently protects EU citizens’ right to privacy.
The future transport systems of 2030 will be characterised by dramatically improved safety, greater choice and higher security driven by technology, according to experts in the field.
Decades of pop culture have given us an intrinsic fear that eventually artificial intelligence (AI) will rise against us.
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US venture capital (VC) firms are making up the lion’s share of investment in artificial intelligence (AI) startups, according to data and analytics company GlobalData.
Researchers at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology have developed a method of purifying water and generating electricity from a single solar device.
The World Bank recently announced it will invest $225m in off-grid solar electrification in Africa.