The British government has said that foreign investment in UK tech firms in 2019 is already more than the whole of 2018.
A number of facial recognition use cases continue to pop up across the UK, despite ongoing protests from MPs and civil liberty groups.
Boris Johnson this week revealed plans to develop a new fast-track visa route for researchers and specialists in science, engineering and technology.
Michael Gove, the Prime Minister’s de-facto deputy and leader on no-deal Brexit preparations, hints at change in the way Whitehall operates.
It may not be the question that most people are asking, given what’s happening on the national political stage, but the impact of Dominic Cummings on digital government is one worth considering.
A new report by research firm Tussell also highlights that only 10% of in-scope contracts awarded since 2015 would comply with the new prompt payment standard.
The influential Science and Technology Committee has said that the legal basis for automatic facial recognition has been called into question.
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.
Immigration and skills are huge concerns for business, says Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Demand for the Tech Nation Visa has risen for the sixth year running, with most applicants coming from the USA and India.
Matt Jukes shares what he learned at the recent Code for America Summit, which is one of the must attend events for those working in civic tech.
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.