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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.
Whenever I press the hitherto blameless and reliable W key, it comes out as “sw”, and I have to go back and correct it.
The government’s recognition of the need to limit “online harms” is an important first step.
Had the Conservatives pursued a coherent national strategy, the UK would not now be dependent on a high-risk foreign corporation.
The Metropolitan Police’s own trials have shown the technology to be remarkably inaccurate – and ethnic minorities are at greatest risk.
The debate over the Chinese tech giant largely ignores its participation in human rights abuses.
The 2010s saw the continued decline of smoking, partly helped by substitutes that have thrown up their own concerns.
We have built AI systems that can do everything from diagnose our illnesses to drive our cars. But how can we trust them if we don’t understand them?
During the last decade, Western militaries shifted towards mechanised warfare to fight enemies such as Isis.