For many people, AI is synonymous with the big tech companies but much of the work on the ground is done by small specialist firms and startups spun out of university computer science departments. That's...
Beware bad policy made in haste because of coronaviris, say campaigners
The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak should concentrate some people’s minds about the importance of experts, argues Professor Peter Cochrane
'GDPR has a clause excepting work in the overwhelming public interest', says Secretary of State for Health Matt Hancock
A method should lead a project to the desired result without significant variation, with much of the thinking already been done for you, writes Mark Wilson
The deadly virus has already killed more over 6,300 people worldwide