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Here’s why 300 women in tech just got a sudden boost in Twitter followers

This rapid Twitter upsurge is due to the social media activity of a fellow sister within the scientific community.

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Voicetech in retail, coming to a smartphone near you

Opinion: Rapid advances in voicetech could well be the savior of a physical retail sector in worrying decline.

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Mobile esports. Forget elephants, this is the cash-cow in the room

Monetizing mobile esports is set to open up up a whole new avenue of profitability for the smartest guys in the room.

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What a difference a month makes as autonomous driving loses its luster

The journey towards a future of autonomous driving suddenly looks a lot less straight-forward.

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Meet Norman, a dark and deranged AI with psychopathic traits

It may be an April Fool but researchers at MIT Media Lab are showing us a dystopian future where everything is possible.

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Security or surveillance? Chinese whispers and the voicetech database

Opinion: In a move that will surprise nobody, China begins to roll out voicetech to build a database of the population.

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The IKEA AR app that might just save your marriage

The new IKEA AR app aims to ease the frustration of assembling flat-pack home furnishings.

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Stringent, new European Union GDPR regs aim to get tough with data rules

From this May, the GDPR rules can and will see massive fines for corporations which fail to play fair.

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Artificial Intelligence in the travel industry. Going places

The take-up of Artificial Intelligence in every sector knows no bounds, especially in the travel industry.

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Stephen Hawking, 1942 – 2018. Farewell to a true colossus

Leading scientists from around the world pay tribute to the most exceptional cosmologist of our times.