Air travel is set to rise to 1.8bn journeys a year by 2030, says WorldReach, which is working with Canada and the Home Office to start us moving to automatic biometric-supported travel
We're not behind as we didn't start in the same place, the company's CEO tells delegates at last Thursday's Think Digital Identity For Government 2018 conference in Westminster - but we do need to start convincing people Digital ID just makes their lives easier to get to critical mass
A highly-successful second Digital Identity conference - the only one that serves the UK public sector - closes its doors, with lively debate about the next stage in growth for the sector as the first shape of a post-GOV.UK Verify landscape emerges
Tech has the potential to "significantly" cut trade costs by increasing transparency and facilitating processes automation, including financial intermediation, exchange rate costs, coordination, and other aspects of global trade, says the group
How the next generation of NHS Digital Identity Services is working to enable care workers to access vital holistic clinical information on the patients they are treating quickly, simply, securely and at the point of care - while ensuring only legitimate care workers can access patient data
Uptake in this country has been slow - and that picture's unlikely to change soon, claims Yoti
'Our "Digital Identity. For all." campaign seeks to draw attention to the real risk of an inadvertent two-tier system occurring between users with a digital identity and those without'
Robert Winston, Dame Patricia Hodgson and Kriti Sharma are among the expert advisers appointed to shape the work of the world’s first so-say AI 'Centre for Ethics and Innovation'
By summer 2019, departments will be required in their procurements to consider social values, says The Cabinet Office
Edward Hopper, Willem de Kooning and many other famous American painters in The Barney A. Ebsworth Collection get sold on in a record $323m transaction - powered by Blockchain