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Why the fight over Net Neutrality matters to every single one of us

FCC to vote on Net Neutrality on December 14th and the stakes could not be higher.

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This week’s smart city announcement poses a timely question

Thought Starter: is there the will, the time, and the space for a People-First strategy in smart cities?

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Quantum encryption set to revolutionize online security. Here’s how

A team of researchers at Duke has developed a new system that could secure content shared over the internet five to ten times faster than current tech.

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The news round up, November 24, 2017

Voicetech news and views to round off the week, and keep you up to speed with the important developments in our sector.

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Tasty bytes, there’s a lot on our future Thanksgiving table

A Brit in Berlin trying to tell Americans how to spice up their Thanksgiving. Does he have a point?

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Easy money. Australian start up and US mutual in AI open banking initiative

The company's AI assistant, Sophie, will help banking customers juggle their finances more easily.

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Smart cities. We are going to need to box extremely clever

Opinion: Let's not forget the baby-steps when we are leaping towards the inevitable Brave New World.

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Law firm in Australia uses AI to provide legal advice

Allira chatbot rolls out to bring legal services to some of the people least available to otherwise afford them.

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The news roundup, November 17, 2017

Voicetech news and views to round off the week, and keep you up to speed with the important developments in our sector.

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Who’s hacking your kids?

Consumer rights group finds startling vulnerabilities in the Internet-of-Toys and demands immediate action.

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