38% of UK consumers would like to see biometric methods of authentication introduced to wider Government identification such as driving licences, NI numbers and passports, claims new study
Have banks found a solid use case at last for the tech?
Sky News reveals how major Brexit procurement was hidden under 'Health and Community' - and also given to 'the usual suspects'
By fusing data and innovation we’re preparing Dubai to become the AI city of the future. Artificial Intelligence will streamline day-to-day work life by providing fast and easy access to a wealth of data-driven information, promises the 'Smart Dubai' project - which says ethics needs to be at the heart of all future smart city planning
NHS Digital's chief executive, Sarah Wilkinson, has welcomed the focus on digital technology in the NHS Long Term Plan published yesterday.
New chief digital and information officer also sees data and AI as his team's top targets for the next 12 months
Just four departments spent more than half of their entire budgets with external suppliers last year - and 20% of all procurement still goes to companies over £100m in turnover. Oligopoly, much?
We're now on our Yule content break - see you guys in January (Thursday 3rd, to be precise)!
In yet another intriguing use case, writers in Hangzhou's special 'Writers' District' now have a new copyright aid: distributed ledger
Proof of ID is the weakest link in identity today - resulting in the creation of millions of synthetic identities to support fraud, warn attendees of the Secure Digital Alliance's Virginia event on December the 4th