On-going climate change is likely to result in a global beer shortage, according to an extensive international research project.
The UK government has launched a voluntary Code of Practice for internet-connected devices.
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.
Scary movies are making their debut in the cinemas, costume boards on Pinterest are being shared consistently, and pumpkin shortages are occurring throughout the country.
One of the major sticking points in the UK’s withdrawal negotiations with the EU is the so-called Irish backstop.
Talks between Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab and EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier are reported to have faltered over the need for a backup plan to do with the Irish border, known as the backstop.
The United Nations has been urged to develop an international artificial intelligence platform that would forecast the outbreak of war and determine ways to prevent it.
Less than half of office workers now use desktop computers at work, with many instead using laptops and tablets, according to research by LaptopsDirect.co.uk.
The Federal Reserve, the central banking system of the United States, hiked its interest rate at its September 2018 meeting to a range of 2-2.25%.
‘Data’ has undergone a huge makeover in recent years.
Spectators, organisers and referees rely on data to make sporting experience the best it can be, and with technology advancing, the future of spectator sports looks bright.
With Oktoberfest over, thousands of artificial intelligence (AI) experts and business leaders descended on Munich for NIVIDIA’s GPU technology conference.
Kanye West’s ideas and opinions have been placed under increased scrutiny in recent weeks due to his bizarre comments on slavery and support of current President of the United States Donald Trump.
Blockchain experts have launched scathing criticism at economist Nouriel Roubini over his testimony at a US Senate Committee hearing on cryptocurrency and blockchain.
In the US and across some European countries, 50% of all new app development requests end in failure, either by not being delivered or by being delivered but not meeting the business needs, says Appian.
Moore’s Law is dead and we’re in the “era of the automation of automation”, says NVIDIA CEO and founder Jensen Huang.
While fungus has been used in Chinese medicine for generations, coffee drinkers have only recently discovered its benefits, making mushroom coffee a hot trend right now.
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.
The future of nuclear seems to be seated in China.
The Greek Island of Tilos is set to become the first Mediterranean island in the European Union to be autonomously powered by renewable energy, after the European Commission announced €12.5m in funding in a bid to increase the use of renewables across the continent.
Three in five British women in tech say that being female is a positive in their pursuit of a career in the industry, says research from travel e-commerce company Booking.com.
Users of SAP ERP 6.0 are on a count down.
The workplace generation gap between millennials and older employees is putting strain on talent retention, workplace experts have said.
Grocers should consider introducing more widespread deposit and return schemes instead of waiting for government action, since 88.9% of UK consumers stated that they would be likely to use a scheme as environmental concerns move higher up their agendas.
Fashion internet store ASOS is launching its shopping guide Enki on Google Assistant.
Almost 40% of Europe-based businesses plan to adopt artificial intelligence and blockchain technology in the next two years, compared to just 20% in North America.
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.
World Mental Health Day is observed on the 10 October every year.
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