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Artificial intelligence systems are analysing vast quantities to data to predict what the terrorists will do next.
Meet the man who has resurrected the Tory chairman's alter ego "Michael Green".
New research suggests that it isn’t the technologically illiterate who fall for the promise of a legacy from a Nigerian prince – the more you use Facebook, the more likely you are to click that link.
Facebook collects and sells our data – and yet we seem to care comparatively little that we don’t get a cut.
In the UK, we already have one of the most closely watched societies in the world, and yet our current CCTV arrangements aren’t nearly as effective at fighting crime as we think. What comes next?
The tiny pieces of plastic that we throw away every year are forming a new layer of sedentary rock across the planet - just another sign of our careless attitude to waste.
The rise in the use of Twitter bots and automated accounts, particularly by politicians and campaigns, is skewing what we see as trends.
Do androids dream of electric Kant?