IBM joins business groups and academics to urge government to back £100m 'International Centre for AI, Energy and Climate'
Proposed centre could support the transition to a net zero economy and improve the competitiveness of the UK's AI sector, coalition says
techUK gives cautious welcome to PM's speech today, but warns of sector stress in accelerated programme.
Draft Investigatory Powers Bill riddled with problems - new draft expected 'by the end of February'. Rinse/repeat
Government is just putting data out there and waiting to see what people do with it because it doesn't have a clue, says TechUK director
TechUK survey finds British technology firms overwhelmingly in favour of remaining within the European Union
Fujitsu's Michael Keegan urges SMEs to demonstrate how they can help provide better services as government becomes more open to using them
'No one company has all the answers or has the monopoly on good ideas,' says Michael Keegan, chairman of the UK & Ireland region for Fujitsu
Government 'on right track' to meet targets, but more needs to be done, says TechUK report
The legal vacuum left by Safe Harbour and uncertainty about the EU GDPR is a worry for some and a blessing for others
'The UK is a world leader in this sector,' said Minister for Trade Lord Maude
Police and industry 'lack consistency' and must work together to improve response to cyber crime, says TechUK
Police, cyber-security industries and consumers all have a role, suggests Partners Against Crime report
...but figures don't paint whole picture, argue security experts