Chris Middleton explains how whilst there is huge potential for the drone industry in the UK, government regulation, counter-drone tech and a safety first approach all need considering.
Digital Single Market Commission Ansip takes a soft soap approach to EU/US transatlantic digital issues.
There's a drone revolution waiting to happen, but there are policy and regulatory issues to be addressed.
Hug a robot - they're not coming for your jobs after all, despite the armageddon peddlers dire predictions. A wide-ranging report on the Future of Work that deserves a lot of attention.
As China adopts AI-enabled education as part of its national strategy, what might this mean for the West?
In an age of AI and machine-learning, the future of war looks very different and needs some radical re-thinking of defence strategies from NATO states.
The UN held its first Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems group meeting last week, but there's no sign of any particular urgency to make any decisions.
UK government Ministers are keen to boast of the UK's lead in tech innovation, such as robotics and machine-learning. Actually there's no leadership and poor investment, says the NAO.
Elon Musk warns of killer robots in your neighbourhood, but the RSA and others silence the noise by proposing some realistic solutions.
Nesta chief executive, Geoff Mulgan CBE, explains that he thinks increased use of AI and automation will lead to more jobs, not less.
While robots may sweep aside low-skilled industrial jobs, they will also create new skilled opportunities. Training and education must be the priorities.