Advances in artifical intelligence are at risk of being held back by human ignorance.
An Israeli start-up backed by predictive-keyboard-pioneer SwiftKey is offering hope for severely disabled individuals.
Google just launched their prototype smartglasses in the UK, two years after they hit the US.
The first purchase orders have been made for the Skunk Riot Control Copter, a terrifying unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) equipped with paintballs, pepper spray and blinding flashlights.
New app Yo takes our phobia of interaction to a new level – digital communication is now bored of words.
What the launch of Amazon’s smartphone tells us about the company’s future strategy.
The British are infamous for struggling with languages. At every level above primary school, dwindling numbers of students are choosing to study foreign languages. Innovative new apps may be set to change all that.
Do androids dream of electric Kant?
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