It’s surprising how little the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been discussed by chief information security officers (CISOs) during the past year.
With consumers increasingly expecting fast and convenient access to food through e-commerce, online food-delivery platforms are experiencing rapid growth.
Disproving that technology is about to make all humans unemployed, a new employee analytics platform could help to do just the opposite.
A cross-sector project launched in the UK today is set to see humans replaced by robots and drones on offshore wind farm inspection and repair, creating the first fully autonomous system of its kind in the world.
A whisky developed using artificial intelligence (AI) is demonstrating how even tasks requiring a high level of craftsmanship can be automated.
Vintage and new wines have become the latest products to go on the blockchain thanks to a project between EY and company Blockchain Wine.
Delivery drones are often characterised as a key part of the future of online retail, but according to Paul Clarke, CTO of online grocery giant Ocado, they won’t be bringing goods to your door for the foreseeable future.
Flexible working practices such as flexitime and remote working are now standard in much of the working world thanks to the rise of connected technologies including cloud computing and teleconferencing.
The upcoming rollout of 5G technology and the support it will provide for the internet of things (IoT) means we are set to see a proliferation in web-connected devices, all of which will need power.
A transport modelling technology that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to simulate the movement of people and vehicles through cities is set to provide the foundation for future transport technologies such as driverless cars.
An initiative in the UK’s West Midlands is aiming to protect the region’s workers from job automation by funding digital training for 1,900 people.
A fleet of miniature autonomous cars has shown how driverless cars improve traffic flow by at least 35% when programmed to work together.
Like any endpoint, printers can be a vulnerable entry point for hackers to exploit.
Two years ago the WannaCry ransomware attack crippled organisations around the world.
A newly developed dexterous robot, which is equipped with flexible robotic fingers, could prove invaluable to both warehouses and agriculture.
For all the hype that has come with cryptocurrencies in the past ten years, they have struggled to be used for what they were primarily designed for: buying things.
Digital transformation is by no means an easy feat – according to Dell Technologies’ 2018 survey, 57% of global executives state that they struggle to keep up with the pace of digital change.
From ordering a ride home on Uber to buying dinner on Deliveroo, apps play a central part in many of our daily lives.
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Verdict was exclusively invited to a round table with Michael Dell at Dell Technologies World earlier this month.
As investigative journalists and whistleblowers struggle to be heard in calling out the role social networks in propagating ‘fake news’, one start-up is trying to tackle the issue with new technology.
HTC’s announcement that its planned smartphone, the HTC Exodus 1s, will be able to act as a full node for the Bitcoin network has been hailed as a highly significant development for blockchain technology.
A machine learning algorithm has predicted heart attacks and death from heart disease with 90% accuracy, overtaking human practitioners.
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.
An eight-year study has revealed the benefits of continuous health monitoring – even when a person shows no signs of illness – suggesting a major paradigm shift is needed in healthcare.
Robots could soon be a common sight in restaurant and café kitchens thanks to Karakuri, a British robotics startup making it possible to provide custom food on an unprecedented scale.
A breakthrough computer chip design is laying the foundations for computers with the same structure as the human brain – a technological feat that would have a profound impact on all aspects of hardware development.
The sight of the historic Notre Dame cathedral engulfed in flames sent shockwaves around the world, but the blaze could have been worse if it weren’t for the use of firefighting drones.
Many have long trusted the ‘sniff test’ to determine if milk has gone off, but soon technology could take care of that for you. Researchers have developed a milk sensor that can detect – or ‘smell’ – if milk has spoiled.