The connected car market is expected to be worth $225.16bn by 2025, according to a report by Allied Market Research.
The financial services industry was one of the first to adopt artificial intelligence (AI) in the early 80s.
Midlands water company Severn Trent has used machine learning to halve the amount of time spent finding leaks.
As car makers steam ahead in the driverless car race, lawmakers are being left in the dust – and one of the biggest grey areas is liability in the event of an autonomous car accident.
The rise of machine learning is due to impact almost every industry to some degree over the next few years, with the presence of artificial intelligence set to transform the workplace forever.
As many commuters will be all too aware, London is currently the most congested city in Europe, with drivers on average spending around 72 hours stuck in traffic every year.
US retail giant Walmart has announced that it has entered a partnership with Brain Corp to automate floor cleaning in its retail stores.
This year brought artificial intelligence into the mainstream, showed big data in a bad light and called upon blockchain to provide a solution to all of our problems – but what does the future hold for technology?
UK travellers are embracing innovative digital travel tools to make their journeys run more smoothly, a recent survey has found.
The FBI, Google and a host of cybersecurity companies have combined to take down a botnet ad fraud operation that made nearly $30m in illegal online advertisement activities.
A study has found that artificial intelligence (AI) is well-placed to be used in synthetic biology to automatically design new DNA sequences with specific desirable qualities.
Cloud platform Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced the launch of AWS RoboMaker, a service that aims to make it easier and quicker for developers to build robots.
Although fears that automation could lead to widespread job loss are now thought to be largely unfounded, with the technology thought to instead lead to changes in the nature of jobs rather than unemployment, jobs that are centred around driving are preparing for disruption from driverless vehicles.
The North East Satellite Applications Centre of Excellence yesterday launched the SAINTS programme to allow businesses, academia and the public sector to collaboratively gain insight from satellite and Earth-based data.
The problem of fake news and misinformation spread via social media has plagued almost every major political event in the last few years.
With Amazon trailing a drone delivery service, and drone taxis predicted to take to the UK skies by 2022, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are seeing some exciting developments.
Volvo Trucks has announced a landmark deal to supply its self-driving trucks to a Norwegian mine.
Australian AI and space tech industries will get a boost of A$35m of investment from Australia’s national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).
BlackBerry has announced that it is to purchase cybersecurity giant Cylance for $1.4bn.
Despite fears surrounding workplace automation, a third of UK employees (34%) believe a robot would be better at decision making than their current boss.
The majority of companies are not seeing the results of implementing big data in business, a new survey has revealed.
Chinese technology giant Huawei has today launched an unprecedented smart city platform that provides a vast “operating system” for cities.
There is a growing awareness of consumers to the value and misuse of their personal data.
Fintech company Centtrip has found that one in five UK medium-sized businesses believe automation will help them compete with their larger rivals.
Research suggests that 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created each day at our current pace of technology.
Centaurs used to be the stuff of legend, confined to lessons in classics and our TV screens.
With a universal familiarity with technology through its seamless integration into their everyday lives, Gen Z has the potential to propel businesses further into the digital era.
Lilium, the aviation startup developing an on-demand drone taxi service, has announced a number of key hires in the automation and aircraft spaces.
With fully driverless cars expected to be on UK roads as soon as 2021, the move towards self-driving cars appears to be inevitable.
The UK government has boosted its investment in AI in healthcare, as Business Secretary Greg Clark announces five new centres of excellence for digital pathology and imaging, and £50m in funding.