Rather than mimicking Apple or Samsung smartphones in North America and Europe, Nokia should look through its archives - and to its success in Africa - for inspiration.
Hugh Loebner is offering researchers $100,000 to develop a computer that thinks like a human. But is that really the best use of artificial intelligence?
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With 2.6 million unemployed, many tech firms still can’t find quality staff.
Amsterdam-based company announces job losses totalling 4,500, as quarterly profits take 85 per cent
Parents will soon be able to control their children's online activities.
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Google breached Data Protection Act but faces no fine.