Technology

Royal Mint to recover gold from smartphones and laptops in world first
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Technology

Royal Mint to recover gold from smartphones and laptops in world first

An estimated $57 billion is lost through e-waste, with a single smartphone containing around 0.035g of gold
21 Oct 2021
Eagle Eye Networks announces new editions of Cloud VMS
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Security

Eagle Eye Networks announces new editions of Cloud VMS

The editions are suitable for small, medium, and large businesses
20 Oct 2021
NHSX initiative will use AI to tackle health inequalities
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artificial intelligence (AI)

NHSX initiative will use AI to tackle health inequalities

The digital arm of the NHS has awarded £1.4 million to four projects that will tackle racial and ethnic discrepancies in healthcare
20 Oct 2021
Is artificial intelligence safe?
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artificial intelligence (AI)

Is artificial intelligence safe?

AI could build a better future, but it could also crush our economy. How can we ensure the best outcome?
20 Oct 2021
Microsoft launches AI startup acceleration programme in India
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Careers & training

Microsoft launches AI startup acceleration programme in India

Microsoft AI Innovate will prioritise enterprise tech startups that can best serve the company's customer base
20 Oct 2021
UK and US defence labs collaborate on mission-ready AI tech
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artificial intelligence (AI)

UK and US defence labs collaborate on mission-ready AI tech

The joint partnership between the two nation's military research units present ways to share software during battle
19 Oct 2021
Tesco takes on Amazon with first checkout-free GetGo store
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Tesco takes on Amazon with first checkout-free GetGo store

The 'just walk out' store replaces the Tesco Express on High Holborn in London
19 Oct 2021
US links $5.2 billion in Bitcoin transactions to ransomware
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ransomware

US links $5.2 billion in Bitcoin transactions to ransomware

A new report from the Treasury ties the cryptocurrency to ransomware payments over a ten year period
18 Oct 2021
Facebook claims AI managed to reduce hate speech by 50%
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social media

Facebook claims AI managed to reduce hate speech by 50%

The social media platform has hit back at claims the tech it uses to fight hate speech is inadequate
18 Oct 2021
Facebook to hire 10,000 workers across the EU
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social media

Facebook to hire 10,000 workers across the EU

The high-skilled jobs drive is a “vote of confidence” in the European tech industry
18 Oct 2021
Japan to launch £637 million tech fund for AI and 5G
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Policy & legislation

Japan to launch £637 million tech fund for AI and 5G

The country is looking to boost its domestic tech sector and reinforce economic security
18 Oct 2021
Build trustworthy AI with MLOps
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Whitepaper

Build trustworthy AI with MLOps

AI performance, operations, and ethics
15 Oct 2021
Alation acquires data insights firm Lyngo Analytics
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Acquisition

Alation acquires data insights firm Lyngo Analytics

The acquisition will strengthen Alation's data intelligence capabilities
15 Oct 2021
The business value of MLOps
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Whitepaper

The business value of MLOps

The benefits and challenges of machine learning operations
15 Oct 2021
The AI-powered supply chain
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Whitepaper

The AI-powered supply chain

Better demand forecasting and operational excellence
15 Oct 2021
£100 contactless payment limit could place shoppers at risk, warn industry experts
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Policy & legislation

£100 contactless payment limit could place shoppers at risk, warn industry experts

The tech industry reacts to the new threshold introduced by the FCA
15 Oct 2021
Next-generation time series: Forecasting for the real world, not the ideal world
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Whitepaper

Next-generation time series: Forecasting for the real world, not the ideal world

Solve time series problems with AI
15 Oct 2021
Trusted AI: A guide to building fair and unbiased AI systems
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Whitepaper

Trusted AI: A guide to building fair and unbiased AI systems

How to tackle AI bias and more
15 Oct 2021
AI in customer analytics
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Whitepaper

AI in customer analytics

Tapping your data for success
15 Oct 2021
How apprenticeships are fuelling the future of UK tech
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Careers & training

How apprenticeships are fuelling the future of UK tech

On-the-job training is becoming key to resolving the talent crisis, but it isn’t just young people benefitting from apprenticeships
14 Oct 2021
IBM launches Environmental Intelligence Suite
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artificial intelligence (AI)

IBM launches Environmental Intelligence Suite

Big Blue said new suite would help organizations prepare for climate change problems
13 Oct 2021
UK gov urged to protect human right to review AI decisions
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artificial intelligence (AI)

UK gov urged to protect human right to review AI decisions

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is calling on the government not to remove Article 22 ‘while AI is still in its infancy'
13 Oct 2021
IBM pledges to reskill 30 million people globally by 2030
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Careers & training

IBM pledges to reskill 30 million people globally by 2030

The company is hoping to close the global digital skills gap and prepare candidates for the jobs of tomorrow
13 Oct 2021