Commissions says Europe is losing ground to the US and China - but where will a post-Brexit UK stand in all this?
GOV.UK does a helpful reminder about some set of data protection changes apparently on their way soon. Who knew?
Nearly half of all firms surveyed already using the AI - and 89% currently use it or plan to in the future
‘Doing business means there has to be a level of trust between you and your colleagues, customers and partners, but living in a world where trust can be dynamic is bringing about a new generation of technology platforms.’ Hear why Mvine’s Frank Joshi thinks he’s got just such a mechanism for you
Tech journalist and author Joanna Goodman offers a perhaps surprising answer
As MP’s criticise the NHS over the WannaCry incident in 2017, we bring you a full guide to Ransomware provided to Think Digital Partners by our friend Bill Hess at PixelPrivacy.com
'It’s great to see the UK and London supporting innovative technology companies in this way,' says Nuggets' CEO and Founder
‘Identity is about to really take off, but first there just has to be some technology that creates trust between parties that comes with a stamp of approval that everyone understands.’ says Frank Joshi, who helps drive UK Identity tech contender Mvine
HMG needs to be "bold" and use targeted procurement to provide a boost to AI development and deployment, and should worki to encourage the development of solutions to public policy challenges through speculative investment.
Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service wants to build a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) capability - and intriguingly. already claims to have four robots in production and a further four in various stages of development