Blockchain-protected scheme to see what happens when 140,000 drivers try and swap their plastic identification version for a smartphone one
'Computer Weekly' claims the government's project watchdog, the Infrastructure & Projects Authority, says no-one in Whitehall wants to pay for it any more
Will bring the total up to 18 - but only when the three progress out of their private beta status
'A third of leading Machine Learning and AI specialists who have left the UK’s top institutions are currently working at Silicon Valley tech firms' says the paper - as British start-ups just can't match the six-figure salaries on offer over the Pond
Taipei Medical University Hospital hopes its new Healthcare Blockchain Platform will improve patient referral services and allow easier access to medical data
Think tank proposes raft of new things a Whitehall Head of Function for Digital, Data and Technology should be doing - including coming up with a better rollout plan for GOV.UK Verify than is currently on offer
'Everyone is talking about blockchain, and no one wants to be left behind'
Nic Harrison is leaving GDS and returning to the Department for Work and Pensions after two years in post. The problem: no successor is as yet in place for the UK's flagship Digital Identity scheme
Holyrood: the organisation that aims to accelerate the adoption of digital identity services based on open standards is 'a natural fit with the aims of what we are seeking to do in Scotland'
Automotive manufacturing alone could see CAGR of over 100% in that timeframe, says researcher BIS, down to manufacturers incorporating the technology in their assembly lines and operations