In something of a curveball, Facebook has hired Nick Clegg to lead the company’s global affairs and communications team.
With 5% of the world’s population but only 1% of global freshwater, the Middle East has long been identified as a geography with key potential flashpoints for water conflict.
With six months to go until the Brexit deadline, the impact of ongoing negotiations is being felt across numerous industries.
Steve Wozniak, technology innovator and co-founder of Apple, has today been announced as co-founder of EQUI Global, a company dedicated to the disruption of the venture capital industry.
One of the major sticking points in the UK’s withdrawal negotiations with the EU is the so-called Irish backstop.
With Oktoberfest over, thousands of artificial intelligence (AI) experts and business leaders descended on Munich for NIVIDIA’s GPU technology conference.
Moore’s Law is dead and we’re in the “era of the automation of automation”, says NVIDIA CEO and founder Jensen Huang.
This week Tumblr, in collaboration with grassroots mental health platform Made of Millions, has launched ‘Seen’, an exhibition that seeks to harness augmented reality (AR) to lend new expression to perceptions of mental health.
Amazon’s decision to scrap its AI recruiting tool after discovering that it was biased against women has shed light on the problems with acquiring effective training data, and why it’s so important to have good quality datasets.
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Sir Richard Branson is favourite to reach the stars first in the commercial space race, ahead of Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk, on-board Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShip Two.
It was seeing a girl with diabetes that inspired medical doctor Eduardo Jorgensen to set up health tech company MedicSen, which applies AI solutions to diabetes monitoring.
The news of Google Plus shutting down has drawn criticism from the technology industry, with experts accusing the search giant of taking the decision to mask the utter failure of the social network.
The automotive industry’s growing commitment to the environment and investing in new technology is taking centre stage at the Paris Motor Show 2018, where a large host of manufacturers are showcasing their latest innovations in electric vehicles and autonomous cars.
Celebrated on the second Tuesday of October, today is Ada Lovelace Day.
Since its launch in Sweden in 2008, the world’s most popular music streaming service has arguably changed the way the world listens to music.
The security of the Internet of Things (IoT) is a source of growing concern.
Alphabet-owned Jigsaw has released Intra, an app designed to bypass blocks on sites imposed by repressive governments.
Japanese tech giant SoftBank and car manufacturer Toyota are joining forces to take on the autonomous vehicles market, jointly joining the race to make autonomous vehicles a commercial reality.
The UK government’s announcement that the Russian military intelligence service GRU is behind a string of cyberattacks has rocked the world of politics.
Walk down any street in Salt Lake City and the chances are that, in sharp contrast to the pancake-flat city centre, you’ll see picturesque mountains on the horizon.
It’s official: after being accused of fraud by The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Musk will now step down as Tesla chair.
After much anticipation, Oculus has launched the last of its “first generation” virtual reality (VR) headsets: the Oculus Quest.
Fashion brands often cause controversy with the choice of models in their latest campaigns, but when French fashion house Balmain came under fire recently for the brands autumn 2018 collection, it wasn’t because their models were too thin or too fat but because they are not real people.
The 2018-19 UEFA Champions League will get underway this evening.
Farming in the UK is facing an uncertain time.
With high-quality cameras, impressive processing power and even facial recognition, modern smart phones are sophisticated pieces of tech.
Orbiting 36,000km miles above the Earth, over a dozen NASA satellites beam back more than 12 terabytes of data every day.
With Virgin Galactic aiming to launch the first commercial space flight as early as this year, space tourism looks like it could soon become a reality.
The financial year of 2017/18 saw the highest number of organs ever donated in the UK.