Home is where the AI is
How the smart, connected home is evolving from the manually-controlled use of tech to artificially-intelligent home automation.
Faith in Technology
As new technologies enter a growing number of fields, new research finds that our general faith in technology has a big impact on our willingness to use new tools, with a knock-on effect on the speed of adoption.
New perspectives required to create AI fit for humanity
As technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence have progressed, there has been considerable time and effort given to the ethics of this development.
The robotic recycler that can sort through our trash
Ever since Sir David Attenborough brought the environmental crisis caused by plastic waste to global attention, it's been an issue on everyone's lips.
In-car assistants: The Voice
We’re addicted to connectivity, even when we’re behind the wheel of our car, but in-car personal assistants and voice recognition could make the obsession safer and more intuitive.
How software can keep the water flowing
Poor water management can increase maintenance costs and lead to unhappy customers, but software can help to keep problems at bay.
AI offers a solution for many technology challenges, but is security one of them?
With human error being at the fore of our security woes, AI offers a way to tackle this and let the technology do the work. Whether it can answer all our security questions, however, is a slightly more complex conversation.
AI makes a positive mark in image recognition and automation
Artificial intelligence (AI) has had a bad press. In the past two decades, this technology has gradually disrupted the world of employment as jobs have been decimated by its relentless march.
Getting board approval for AI - is this the biggest stumbling block?
There’s so much interest around artificial intelligence, but do business leaders buy-in to the hype? Sooraj Shah questions why leaders might be deterred from investing in the biggest current IT trend.
Are carebots the solution to the elderly care crisis?
Japan believes robots could help to care for people in ageing societies, and address the shortage of human carers. But can these 'carebots' really meet the needs of the elderly?