Autonomy means a massive increase in road traffic, not the cut promised by developers. It’s time to rethink the concept.
The European Commission’s executive VP provides a view on how Europe’s Digital Market Act will impact both traditional and online businesses across the Continent
Digital Twins – using rich data and visualisation techniques to model things – could help us make smarter, more sustainable decisions for our communities.
The switch to automation may swing back the other way for some organizations in the post-pandemic world of work.
The week started by considering cryptocurrency's contribution to climate change, so let's end it by cashing in with a wider shakedown of the sector...
What value does geospatial data hold and why might it be critical to the UK’s and others’ future success?
Bitcoin's damage to the planet - the coal-powered Chinese phenomenon that uses more electricity than the whole of Argentina
There's good reason for environmental campaigners and academics to worry about the effects of Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and Blockchain on the planet, not to mention on geopolitics and the distribution of wealth.
A recent Westminster eForum event saw leaders come together to discuss the priorities for quantum technology progress, both in the UK and worldwide.
The year in which robots were still on the rise, but the mainstream media revolution never arrived...but there's always 2021.
The Westminster eForum debated data protection and a major challenge to business and IT leaders - the B-word.
Chris Middleton reports from the latest Westminster eForum on cybersecurity