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The BBC Philharmonic orchestra will roll out their new web app Notes on Saturday, hoping to attract a new crowd to their concerts.
When police use crime-predicting algorithms, they risk bringing into being the world they foresee.
If society continues devaluing social care, we may depend on automated smiles to break the isolation of the chronically lonely.
Palantir, which is seeking to expand its work with the UK government, has become a lightning rod for unease about Silicon Valley’s role in the state sector.
Sixty five years after Turing's death, his scientific gift to the world is still being unwrapped.
After nearly a decade of austerity, councils are turning to algorithms to predict the health, income and behaviour of their constituents.
Sophisticated hackers and unprecedented data collection are only some of the challenges that Britain’s intelligence service will face in the next 100 years.
British Airways received the biggest data protection fine in history, but hackers are still targeting hundreds of websites using the same techniques.
It’s comforting to see an accidentally-printed spelling error in a society that cultivates the appearance of everything.
Why some men on 4chan and Reddit are anxiously awaiting the arrival of a morally dubious technology.
With wary regulators and a public reputation in tatters after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook’s crypto journey will be far from smooth.