The influential Science and Technology Committee has said that the legal basis for automatic facial recognition has been called into question.
The Emergency Services Network (ESN) is set to replace the ageing Airwave radio system, which is used by all 107 emergency service organisations in England, Scotland and Wales.
In an open letter to the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, the civil society groups want government to take data strategy seriously.
The Science and Technology Committee has concluded that there aren’t grounds to ban Huawei from current or future networks.
Innovate UK’s Knowledge Transfer Network led a 2019 robotics and AI mission to the US, bringing together a cohort of leading experts from the UK’s research, start-up and enterprise communities.
The Science and Technology Committee has released the findings of its inquiry into the progress of digital government in the UK - making a number of recommendations to improve the status quo.
A new report presented to the House of Lords, written by researchers from Imperial College London, warns that there are weaknesses in NHS systems that compromise patient safety.
We speak to ServiceNow senior director, Alex Osborne, at the company’s new space, where employee experience is at the centre of its design.
Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Thoms Winsor, argues that police forces need to invest in AI and new technologies to cope with the changing nature of crime in England and Wales.
Josh Bottomley, HSBC’s Global Head of Digital, speaks to diginomica about how the bank is shifting its digital focus towards rethinking the back-end.
The G-Cloud framework has been an innovative procurement tool for public sector buyers since 2012 and has seen £4.79bn spent through the framework.
Supply chain is a complex operational problem, largely due to its fragmented nature. However, supply chain as a network, combined with machine learning, becomes an interesting opportunity.