Imagine knowing a person’s intention to buy a product with more than 80% accuracy, solely from the emotion in their voice. That is the promise of Behavioral Signals, an artificial intelligence (AI) startup based in Los Angeles, US.
SL Benfica fans will be able to use cryptocurrency to buy tickets and merchandise thanks to an unprecedented partnership announced on Wednesday.
Donald Trump is grabbing the UK by its 5G infrastructure with no intention of letting go – no matter who is prime minister.
Located in a small exhibition space in the Saatchi Gallery, it is clear from the get-go that We Live in an Ocean of Air is not like most of the other offerings on display at the Chelsea-based space.
When Blade Runner was released in 1982, Ridley Scott introduced us to a dystopian vision of what Los Angeles could look like in 2019.
Tonight will see two of Europe’s leading football teams fight for the Europa League trophy, yet all of the talk in the build up to the game has focused on the organiser, UEFA, and the host, Baku.
The smorgasbord of mortgage deal documents exposed in the First American data leak is a potential feast for scammers carrying out escrow fraud to rob homebuyers of their cash.
The doomsday data cults were wrong.
Bidding on a malware-ridden laptop has surpassed $1.2m since it was put up for auction earlier this week.
It was always going to be an uphill struggle for Chinese tech giant Huawei’s offshoot Honor to launch its new camera-led Honor 20 phone range, but even high-fidelity 30x zoom couldn’t help the company see the elephant in the room.
Director Tim Travers Hawkins’ feature-length debut documentary XY Chelsea can feel fragmented and incoherent at times, but that doesn’t distract from the shocking cruelty faced by Chelsea Manning both inside and outside of the penal system.
The US is strangling China, but not with its own hands.
Andre Agassi conquered the court, lost it all and fought back from the brink during his two decades as a professional tennis player.
5G is being heralded as a major breakthrough in terms of speed and connectivity for users, but the possibilities could be a lot more innovative.
How would you know if you were living in a dystopia?
Verdict was exclusively invited to a round table with Michael Dell at Dell Technologies World earlier this month.
It’s universally recognised that our hunger for meat has a direct environmental effect.
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.
Hiber nanosatellites might be small, but the Dutch space startup has big ambitions: to provide low-cost, low-power internet connectivity to internet of things (IoT) devices anywhere on the planet.
With an estimated 40.3 million victims currently affected by modern-day slavery, human trafficking is an urgent problem that spans the globe.
At the end of November last year, a Chinese scientist made an announcement that caused shockwaves in the scientific community: he had genetically modified two babies in a bid to render them immune to HIV.
Situated between a flowing river and a seemingly endless field of green, you might mistake the setting for the middle of nowhere, but the picturesque Here East digital hub is a stone’s throw from Stratford, London, and home to some of the United Kingdom’s biggest and brightest companies.
Imagine ordering shoes that are made without waste; are intricately constructed to improve your workout or are even custom-made to fit your feet while costing the same as an off-the-shelf pair.
With the UK going coal-free for a record-breaking 90 hours over the weekend, energy sources such as solar and onshore wind now play a key role in generating electricity.
News broke earlier today that the UK government will allow Chinese tech giant Huawei to develop non-core parts of the country’s 5G infrastructure, marking the latest chapter in an international saga surrounding the company.
An exhaustive report of the state of cybersecurity among businesses has found that the number of companies reporting cyberattacks grew dramatically compared to the previous year – yet cyber-readiness has actually decreased over the same period.