Technology

Here’s why we shouldn’t leave the future of transport to Silicon Valley
future of transport

Here’s why we shouldn’t leave the future of transport to Silicon Valley

Tech companies promise green and convenient transport – but who for? Canadian technology writer Paris Marx says they’re planning for the few not the many.

As tech giants face a financial downturn, some new players are focusing on people over profit
Tech for good

As tech giants face a financial downturn, some new players are focusing on people over profit

Are tech giants like Netflix and Meta losing their grip on our collective consciousness?

Ai-Da: Meet the robot artist exhibiting at the Venice Biennale
Art

Ai-Da: Meet the robot artist exhibiting at the Venice Biennale

Not only does Ai-Da, the world’s most extraordinary AI artist paint – she can talk! We sat down with her to talk about her inspirations and excitement at going to Venice

Who is Jim Browning? Meet the man who scams the scammers
Life

Who is Jim Browning? Meet the man who scams the scammers

The right to repair: Who really owns your smartphone?
Technology

The right to repair: Who really owns your smartphone?

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Money saving apps: The best way to save or a waste of time?
Money

Money saving apps: The best way to save or a waste of time?

Teaching the most deprived how to become professional software developers
Employment

Teaching the most deprived how to become professional software developers

Meta: Facebook’s new name has been torn to pieces online
News

Meta: Facebook’s new name has been torn to pieces online

Virtual healthcare is discriminatory and breaches Equality Act, say charities
Social Justice

Virtual healthcare is discriminatory and breaches Equality Act, say charities

The problems with BT’s £50m 888 app to protect women on their way home
Social Justice

The problems with BT’s £50m 888 app to protect women on their way home

Meet the campaigner launching the ‘Uber for homelessness’
Housing

Meet the campaigner launching the ‘Uber for homelessness’

I tweet therefore I am: Finding identity when life is online
Opinion

I tweet therefore I am: Finding identity when life is online

Tech firms advertise ‘20,000 jobs for young people’ with more on the way
Employment

Tech firms advertise ‘20,000 jobs for young people’ with more on the way

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We ask Star Trek’s Jeri Ryan if humans are slowly assimilating into the Borg
TV

We ask Star Trek’s Jeri Ryan if humans are slowly assimilating into the Borg

Forget fake news: fake views threaten democracy through deepfakes
News

Forget fake news: fake views threaten democracy through deepfakes

Peter Pomerantsev: “We need to make facts matter to clean up the internet”
News

Peter Pomerantsev: “We need to make facts matter to clean up the internet”

Face recognition tech is everywhere but it has prejudices it won’t admit to
Opinion

Face recognition tech is everywhere but it has prejudices it won’t admit to

Inside the secret Norwegian vault protecting humanity’s vital documents
News

Inside the secret Norwegian vault protecting humanity’s vital documents

Hack to the future – Scotland’s first Homeless Hackathon announced
News

Hack to the future – Scotland’s first Homeless Hackathon announced

Welcome to the future: the tech we can expect in 2018
News

Welcome to the future: the tech we can expect in 2018

Ringing out: BT to axe 20,000 unused phone boxes by 2022
News

Ringing out: BT to axe 20,000 unused phone boxes by 2022

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