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If the UK can take the lead on regulating emerging tech, its many well-funded start-ups could prosper.
Alex Davies’ new book tells the story of how autonomous vehicles were created – and why they aren't yet on the open road.
The US tech giants stand accused of co-opting EU legislation to reinforce their market power.
The pharmaceutical giant relies on a complex network of partners to produce, bottle and distribute vaccine doses. But how do they link together?
As public perception of Big Tech shifts, politicians are developing competing models for the future of the internet.
The increasingly digital power grids of western Europe and the US may be especially vulnerable to hacking-related blackouts.
Uber, Lyft and other gig-economy firms have successfully coopted the legislation. But their efforts to hide behind Section 230 are beginning to unravel.
Residents of 23 local authorities in the UK have no local news provision, creating a democratic deficit with real-world consequences.
The conflict between the US and China is not just for technological supremacy, but over two competing ideologies.
Most new manufacturing jobs in the US are the result of foreign investment.
Despite a slowdown in advertising, media companies demonstrated the value of quality information in 2020.