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The so-called Snoopers’ Charter is about to become law, but what will change when it does?
The Investigatory Powers Bill is likely to become law later this year, but barely anyone is resisting the dystopian surveillance it will bring.
Advances in artifical intelligence are at risk of being held back by human ignorance.
The government's reluctance to implement electronic voting will affect our future, and in – the case of Brexit – may have already dramatically affected our past.
We look behind sensationalist headlines to figure out whether Great British Jobs™ are being robbed by robots or taken over by immigrants.
It's been eight years since the film about the lonely robot was made and already its vison of the future is coming true.
Lawyers in Canda are aiming to defend their client by asking the judge to don a virtual reality headset and experience the life of a pig.
Two new examples of “merged reality” technology have been making waves, but what does it actually mean?
Scientists at Harvard University have invented a leaf that can produce a renewable source of energy.
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