Hitachi Vantara this week announced that it intends to acquire Waterline Data, a company that uses machine learning to power intelligent data cataloguing.
The outbreak of novel coronavirus in China is growing in severity with over 500 confirmed cases across six countries.
After a one and a half year hiatus, the Verdict Podcast is back.
Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai today reaffirmed the need to regulate artificial intelligence (AI) in a discussion at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
The beleaguered Chinese technology giant Huawei does not expect to be significantly harmed from ongoing moves against it by the United States, according to founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei.
The spectre of an Iranian cyberattack loomed large following the assassination of Iran’s general, Qasem Soleimani, but has so far – publicly, at least – gone unrealised.
Despite congratulatory headlines of record investment into London startups, those involved in the nurture and scaleup of tech ventures share the view that the UK is becoming increasingly adept at shooting itself in the foot.
Today a court hearing in Tel Aviv, Israel, will begin what could be a defining point in the development of corporate spyware, as a judge considers whether to revoke the export license of NSO Group.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has listed the climate crisis, digital threats, and geopolitical turbulence as notable risks in its 2020 Global Risks Report, with the group’s president Borge Brende comparing inaction on the climate crisis to “moving around the deckchairs on the Titanic”.
A data breach at UK-based Fresh Film Productions, which makes adverts for high-profile companies including Unilever, has exposed sensitive personal data of participants in antiperspirant brand Dove’s ‘real people’ campaign.
The UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson today said that he would not risk Britain’s national security when deciding on whether to allow Huawei equipment on the 5G network, but pressured critics of the Chinese tech company to suggest what other equipment the UK could use.
Open banking was first launched in January 2018 and received much attention from the financial community as the potential bringer of fintech disruption.
In 2018, a video in which the face of actor Nicolas Cage was imposed onto video footage of President Donald Trump went viral online.
Over the past few years, the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare and medicine has generated much excitement in both the public and private sector.
2020’s first major geopolitical event happened before most of us had fully recovered from the New Year festivities, with the assassination of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani by the Trump administration.
The US attack on Iran that caused the death of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani has led to mounting discussions of war, but for many, it is a battle that looks set to be fought as much on digital lines as physical ones, through cyberattacks on US companies and critical infrastructure.
Located 175m beneath the ground near Geneva, Switzerland, The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the biggest particle collider in the world.
As a new decade dawns, many will be looking for a fresh start by exploring business ideas to set the world alight in 2020.
When I was growing up in Spain, while we were certainly encouraged to consider doing any number of things with our lives, we were never encouraged to become entrepreneurs.
2019 has seen artificial intelligence and machine learning take centre stage for many industries, with companies increasingly looking to harness the benefits of the technology for a wide range of use cases.
In 2019 digital technologies continued to transform enterprises.
It’s “certainly likely” that the next two astronauts to set foot on the Moon will both be women, according to NASA’s director of human lunar exploration programme.
Cybersecurity is a fast-moving industry, and with a new decade dawning, the next year promises new challenges for enterprises, security professionals and workers.
2019 has been a strong year for cryptocurrency and blockchain, with growing interest from mainstream companies, major product announcements and increased regulations.
The next decade promises to offer both incredible opportunity and challenge for all of us.
Christmas is the perfect time to catch up on all those books you’ve been meaning to read, and when it comes to technology, this has been a great year for insightful non-fiction. Technology books are also a worthy choice of gift for anyone interesting in tech or its cousin politics, and there’s plenty of long reads
Last night, as the general election results poured in and Britain learnt its fate for the next five years, I took to Twitter armed with a sentiment analysis tool to gauge how the country was reacting to the unfolding news of a Conservative win.
It could be argued that 2019 was the year of the data breach, yet the list of the most common passwords suggests we still aren’t taking security seriously.