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What steps can policymakers take to help the UK make the most of machine learning and automation?
Artificial intelligence has a responsibility to modernise alongside the society it serves.
The Silicon Valley giants are spending billions developing AI, but they are also funding the people setting the technology’s most fundamental principles.
The power of data should not be underestimated, which is why AI technologies need to be regulated responsibly.
Why new quantum technologies deserve a bold investment strategy.
Monitoring students’ achievements and activities could improve their experiences, but there is a fine line between smart technology and surveillance.
The revised proposal could accrue just half the revenue of the original tax, but there is still no guarantee it will be passed by member states.
Data sharing can inform healthcare innovation, but first it requires a strict ethical code.
Health technology for women is a growing market; could “femtech” change women’s lives around the world?