Hitachi has developed new AI technology designed to come up with solutions to contentious scientific or economic issues based on big data.
Google has revealed that one of its self-driving cars was involved in a crash that injured four people- but it was entirely the fault of another car…. and it has the evidence to prove it.
More than half of employers fear they will not be able to recruit enough high-skilled workers, including the technology and digital sector, according to a new survey by the CBI.
UK cities and businesses are being encouraged to apply for a £10m fund in a competition to use connected technology to boost their local area, such as environmental improvements, economic opportunities, and more efficient transport, healthcare and energy.
Stuart Fuller, Director of Commercial Operations and Communications at NetNames, comments on the 30th birthday of the dotOrg domain name, and how TLDs can help non-profit organisations establish an online marketing strategy.
Google’s postponed Glass project is back- but this time the augemented reality glasses will not be for consumers, according to a news report.
The BBC is to give away one million new Micro:bit computers to 11- and 12-year-old children across the UK.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is calling for radical changes to the emergency ‘999’ call service to reflect the digital age, where more people are communicating by text or social media, rather than making a voice call.
A former employee at Facebook has lifted the cover of the social network’s mysterious ‘Little Red Book’ that it gives to staff.
Google is leading the way in self driving cars, with its automonous vehicles now hitting public roads in the US. The new infographic from autocare business National lookt at 10 technologies that power the next big thing in transportation.