Does Whitehall have the human intelligence, expertise, and skills to make the UK’s new National AI Strategy work?
New data suggests that UK tech investment has bounced back in the first half of 2021, but the jury is still out on whether the latest Digital Secretary is up to tackling key challenges.
The UK has launched a consultation on its proposed changes to GDPR. However, the EU will be watching closely as it keeps its adequacy decision with the UK under review.
The USA, UK, Germany and Japan are all losing out to the likes of China, Canada, Brazil and Italy. This year’s ‘Digital Riser’s’ report reveals how some countries are getting it right.
A need for speed that's finally been met - but it took over a decade to achieve it and only then by bypassing the major providers in search of a solution. This can't go on for Broadband Britain.
Friction between the center and the wider NHS has always been an issue when it comes to digital development. The latest NHSX guidelines offer a more flexible approach.
Cookies are set to crumble and organizations need to explore alternative methods of getting up-to-date info on their customers.
The UK hasn't wasted any time in deciding to water down GDPR in pursuit of making new business deals. Savvy move or risky political gambit?
The British Government has updated its guidance on use of facial recognition technologies, as police forces persist with their use.
A well-intentioned road to hell - Apple's move against child abuse has a long tail behind it that rings lots of alarm bells.
Twitter is mostly identifying racist tweets using tech and says ID verification unlikely to stop abuse
Twitter has revealed how it dealt with the abhorrent racist abuse suffered by footballers on the England team during the Euros Championship.
Amazon's been hit by the largest GPDR fine to date, but EU data protection authorities get the loudest 'wake-up' call
Amazon's got the cash fine, but it's the EU data protection authorities who need to count the cost.
A new white paper on plugging the robotics and AI skills gap in the UK is published, but what’s really needed is a complete change of attitude.
A lack of representation in the STEM sector of minoritized groups is intersectional, systemic and is leading to a lack of skills, experiences and perspectives in the workforce.