Described as being a self-programmed, fault-immune, ubiquitousckers and responds by setting up a counter-attack. However, as Davey Winder explains, it may be breaking the law in the same way that hackers...
BBC strategist Noriko Matsuoka reveals how the national broadcaster is approaching AI and technology architecture
A look at AI and machine learning in the UK today
The internet has become the biggest source of subversion - of all kinds - in history. How should we respond, asks Peter Cochrane
Biggest-ever acquisition for BlackBerry reflects shift towards security software and services