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If the EU were to make a large investment in railways, how should it be spent?
There are several flaws in the government's test and trace programme, and they all add up to one big problem.
Palantir has built technology systems for the US intelligence, military and immigration agencies; a new deal could give it a lasting presence in the National Health Service.
The author of Abolish Silicon Valley and former tech entrepreneur on why she turned her back on the industry.
A simple page of statistics, compiled in a couple of days, has become one of the most widely cited sources of information in the world, with even the UK government quoting its figures. But who is behind the site, and is its data accurate?
Artificial intelligence is used to assist decision-making in healthcare, HR and criminal sentencing, but in many cases the technology is flawed.
Contact tracing apps have dominated the conversation, but human volunteers will inspire more trust and collect better data.
While making it harder to forward messages will stem the spread of misinformation, the messaging app has the power to do more.
As the government is criticised for its slow rollout of coronavirus testing, companies that make wearable tech are rushing to adapt their devices to detect Covid-19.
While we laugh at the demise of wealthy Airbnb landlords, the sharing economy's precariousness will hurt low-paid workers more than anyone else.
In a new age of lockdowns, the US video platform has become this year’s most useful social tool.