Monday musing - why 'job-stealing' robots could turn out to be much needed friends in our current 'Life on Mars' reality
Automation isn’t about stealing jobs, but it could be what keeps essential services running when doing it ourselves is dangerous or impractical.
The industry giants are rushing to the rescue. Will it be enough to get them back in the good graces of global regulators? And what about you and your actions?
The British government is temporarily relaxing competition laws so that supermarkets can work together to help ensure supply meets demand.
ThoughtSpot Co-Founder Ajeet Singh - we need trust in AI, but what kind of trust is just as important
Trust comes in many forms and with many questions. ThoughtSpot Co-Founder Singh doesn't take a dystopian view of AI's potential.
Profiteering at a time of crisis is nothing new, but the current Coronavirus outbreak presents ethical challenges for the online retail platform giants.
Chris Middleton went to the Westminster eForum on the UK’s National Data Strategy to find out what it is, but came away shocked and disappointed. Does the British government have any idea what it is doing?
Data sharing is a crucial ingredient of the digital economy and one that post-Brexit Britain is going to have to get on top of to compete with its US and EU peers.
The second part of an exclusive report from last week's Westminster eForum on data protection raises more questions about Brexit Britain's data protection regime.
As the UK government today lays out its demands for what a post-Brexit relationship with Europe looks like, will data adequacy get the focus it deserves? As a Westminster e-Forum audience heard this week, there will be dire consequences if not.
Google has announced that it is moving its British users’ accounts out of the control of EU privacy regulators. They will now fall under US jurisdiction.
The EU pitches ethical AI regulation and "a single European data space". (Try not to be too underwhelmed...)
The EU wants to take an ethical lead on AI, but will its high-minded aspirations promote or stifle the innovation that's needed to compete with the US and China?
Europe's legislators deliver emphatic 'Non!' to Facebook's vision of self-serving internet regulation
Regulate me, says Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, and here's how. You've got to be kidding, say Europe's legislators.