Not content with knowing you’re entire social life, Facebook now wants to read your mind- and has the technology to do it, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Forget Marvin the Paranoid Android- we now have Google the Nihilistic Synthetic. The web giant’s new super-intelligent robot has answered some of life’s biggest philosophical questions, providing some rather creepy answers that highlight challenges facing AI technology in the future.
IBM’s supercomputer Watson has turned its hand to cooking, with a new app that creates new recipes based on user’s selected ingredients.
Google has added an ‘undo send’ feature to its Gmail service, letting users set ‘cooling off periods’ when an email can be recalled after it is sent.
With Wimbledon just around the corner, this year’s tennis tournament is set to be the biggest yet on social media, dominating the 2015 Grand Slam calendar so far in the social space. New research looks at more than 5m social mentions across blogs, Facebook, Google+, Reddit, Twitter and other social sites to uncover key trends for marketers looking to reach this lucrative audience.
The UK Tech industry is more ethnically diverse than Silicon Valley and has greater female representation, according to new research.
Digital agency Amaze has partnered with a new type of creative school in Manchester, aimed at preparing 14-19 year olds for the modern digital workplace.
The BBC has partnered with tech firm This Place, has developed a way people can select programmes using a cheap, brainwave-reading headset.
Apple is looking to hires editors for its news app, as the electronics giant looks to rely on human judgement rather than algorithms for content curation.
NSPCC counselling service ChildLine has appointed digital marketing and technology consultancy, Amaze, to ensure its services are digitally optimised to meet the needs of those seeking support online.