Security, security, security - the pain point of the digital economy isn't going anywhere according to a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report 2017 indicates that emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and robotics are already starting to have a disruptive effect on society. So what can be done to reign in their most damaging potential effects?
AI's dirty little secret is that when algorithms fail, humans still have to sort out the mess. Denis Pombriant gives us some robot food for thought.
The robots are coming and Members of the European Parliament have decided its their job to set down some rules. Chris Middleton challenges a proposed European solution to the rise of the Eurobot.
In an internet of things world, what do you own and what can you be pwned on? This will be an important discussion in 2017.
The Minister for Digital and Culture released a report this week outlining why, despite Brexit, it’s important for the UK to fall into line on GDPR.
Expectations are growing that Blockchain will be one of the big business management tools of the near future, and IBM is working hard to have a key role in its development and use.
European regulators have signed off on Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn, despite anti-trust objections raised by former BFF Salesforce. Now it's onwards to save the world, it seems.
Uber headed up a discussion on how governments and regulators sometimes struggle to keep up with the pace of innovation
The US Government's amendment of Rule 41 adds further complication to an already tangled mess of data sovereignty and residency questions for cloud services buyers.
Recent victories by Brexit and Trump were made possible because the right had the best data and used it to devastating effect in Facebook advertising
Today, the U.S. federal government released its standards for autonomous vehicles. Autonomous vehicles just got a big push - here's the breakdown.
Britain's fee-happy banks, credit card issuers and currency providers deprive SMBs of avoidable foreign exchange fees and mark-ups worth £4 billion a year