We are very proud to have been shortlisted for 'Digital/e-commerce Business of the Year' by the 'FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards 2020' 😁🤞 https://www.fsbawards.co.uk/finals/east-of-england.html ..
We are very proud to have been shortlisted for 'Digital/e-commerce Business of the Year' by the 'FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards 2020' 😁🤞 https://www.fsbawards.co.uk/finals/east-of-england.html ..
We are delighted to have our work recognised by South Norfolk Council in our nomination, and shortlisting, for 'Excellence in Life Sciences' and 'Excellence in Digital Creative ICT' for the Broadland & South Norfolk Business Awards 2020. 😁🤞 https://www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/businesses/broadland-south-norfolk..
Our series explores the different variants of dementia from both a scientific and carers viewpoint. Professor Michael Hornberger explains in layman terms, what's happening in the brain to help our understanding of the disease. Fascinating and awful in equal measure. We also hear from carers looking after loved ones with the disease, as they ex..
Using online research technologies is gaining popularity in the areas of PHD and post doctoral research. AAH Software interviewed Dr Stephen Mullin, Clinical Lecturer in Neurology at the University of Plymouth, to find out the pros and cons of this methodology. Read on to discover if it could be right for your research. Dr Mullin also jointly..
A new study, with links to Norwich, hopes to make in-roads into predicting and preventing Parkinson’s Disease. Predict PD is seeking 10,000 people in the UK to participate in its ground-breaking study using simple online tests to identify people at high risk of Parkinson’s disease before the symptoms appear. It’s already a t..
Now is the time for businesses to look beyond email Businesses have made great strides in adopting new technologies as part of their digital transformation efforts. However, as companies have turned to new tools to increase their productivity, they continue to rely on email and other ageing technologies to communicate. Collaborati..
With the coming of the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’, many students are taking it upon themselves to teach themselves the skills of coding in order to become more tech-savvy and compete in an increasingly digital age. The term, ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’, coined by Klaus Schwab, refers to the consolidation of technology..
NHS England has pledged that digitally-enabled care will go ‘mainstream’ across the NHS over the next decade, and set eight milestones on the way to that goal. The NHS Long Term Plan, published today, includes a chapter solely on digital technology which details aims for the coming years. It states that, in 10 years’ ti..
We would like to thank all our amazing customers for making this a fantastic 2018. We are truly proud to be working with you and being part of the important, life changing, research you and your teams are undertaking. We wish you all a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year, here’s to 2019! Instead of gifts and cards we have once again donated to a..
Me: “Alexa, tell me what will happen in 2019.” Amazon AI: “Do you want to open ‘this day in history'?" Me: “Alexa, give me a prediction for 2019.” Amazon AI: “The crystal ball is clouded, I can’t tell.” My conversation with Amazon’s “smart speaker” or &ldqu..
How will your future workplace differ from today? The workplace of the past had well-defined structure, employees would come into a physical space with hierarchical management and specified core working hours. With the gig-economy flourishing, the traditional work environment had to become competitive to remain attractive to retain tal..
An impressive feature of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is the technology's ability to provide computational power to create cognition in machines. Yet A.I. critics today have become concerned that many artificial intelligence projects are centrally controlled and therefore producing "Narrow A.I." Unlike human cognition..
Numberphile influenced hex colour flag: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wo19Y4tw0l8 "AAH Software" converted to binary: 0100 0001 0100 0001 0100 1000 0010 0000 0101 0011 0110 1111 0110 0110 0111 0100 0111 0111 0110 0001 0111 0010 0110 0101 The binary then covert to hexadecimal: 41414820536F667477617265 Then each grou..
The NHS has adopted a software system from Sensyne Health with aim of helping to manage gestational diabetes. Sensyne Health has announced the commercial launch of its GDm-Health product, the patient app-to-clinician software system for the management of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), which replaces the traditional paper-based method of ma..
A major item in scoring a health care organization is patient engagement. That is, patients are more likely to give a higher rating if they have some way to communicate to an organization with as little friction as possible. Improving the patient engagement experience can also improve patient outcomes — the hope is to do it affordably. Artifi..
Tech to help you sleep better has been around for years. And a recent boom is resulting in more people putting faith in questionable science Who counts sheep these days? Among all the easy cooking apps and activity trackers that can be found in the wild world of the Apple App Store, there is one app that outshines them all... with its eclectic s..
Thousands of software developers as well as computer and information-technology enthusiasts from more than 100 countries have taken part in a huge hackathon in Saudi Arabia. The Hajj Hackathon in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, ran from 31 July-3 August and featured a successful record attempt by the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming and Dro..
How do you fancy winning £10,000? Then check out this fantastic tech competition, and also free forum events Technology changes the way we live, and we’re after new ideas that can continue to shape our future. So in partnership with our sister brands T3 and TechRadar, and in association with phone manufacturer Hon..
Revised standards to improve the sharing of digital health and care records have been published by the Professional Records Standards Body (PRSB). The “PRSB Standards for the Structure and Content of Health and Care Records” set out the standardised information that should be gathered and shared in care records, which can then be exc..
The various Digital Wellbeing features that Google revealed last spring — a dashboard to show your smartphone usage habits, app limit timers, and a “wind down” mode to help you focus on going to sleep — are not included in today’s release of Android 9 Pie. But if you have a Pixel device and you’ve alrea..
With more jobs aimed at those who can code, now is a good time to get children started. There is a Stem skills shortage in the UK which is estimated to cost UK businesses £1.5 billion a year, according to education and careers support organisation STEM Learning. As a result, there is greater demand than ever to boost young people’..
Several of the world’s leading tech companies have invested a lot of money in the digital health space. Devices and apps designed to diagnose health issues or help patients manage them have risen in popularity in recent years, and while a lot of these tools come with disclaimers that advise users to see an actual doctor for a valid diagnosis,..
Microsoft's acquisition of Github says something decisive about the future of open source in enterprise. Microsoft's recent acquisition of Github has made waves through developer communities, sparking questions about what it will mean for the future of the site, and for the future of open source software itself. Some we..
Research finds that cognitive functions decline as temperatures rise Hot weather really does fry our brains, a new study has confirmed. Researchers at Harvard University found that people who were exposed to hotter temperatures “did significantly less well” in cognitive and memory retention tests than people in air-conditione..
NHS England is to engage with the public, primary care professionals and innovators on how the health service can ensure the GP payment system is “fair” in light of increasing digitisation. Speaking at NHS England’s latest board meeting on 4 July, Ian Dodge – national director of strategy and innovation – presented ..
An independent review panel has said Deepmind Health should be “more transparent about its business model” and explain how it makes its money. The panel was created in 2016 when Deepmind Health was established. It members meet quarterly to “scrutinise” the company’s work with the NHS, and publish an annual repo..
People living in Mount Isa will soon discover a digital improvement in healthcare called “My Health Record” to help manage their health and wellbeing. The Australian Digital Health Agency is visiting Mount Isa to inform regional stakeholders about the system. Every Australian will be offered a My Health Record at the end..
Do you know a data cube from a data warehouse or a data mart? Scientific research uses data to justify reasoning and decisions. This works because data provides the information and evidence scientists need to prove that their hypotheses are correct. A similar relationship has been developing in business, with organisations analysing large data s..
European policymakers must work towards better healthcare coordination and support while addressing preventable harm, writes Alojz Peterle MEP. Patient safety is a major public health issue, with more than a quarter of EU citizens admitting to having an adverse experience while seeking healthcare and over half believing that patients might exper..
A new three-year project from the University of Bristol is set to investigate if Wi-Fi radio waves can be reused as a medical radar system. The research is part of a new £1.5 million grant awarded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Toshiba and Decawave. The Opera project involves the universities o..
Technology is changing the world of business we know today. Over the past 30 years, businesses have seen the PC, the internet and now VR (virtual reality) enter its environment. Even though VR has only entered mainstream in the past year or so, it already has a huge following from consumers. However, businesses tend to lag behind consumers when ..
The digital skills gap and a lack of data sharing is obstructing the spread of innovation, new research has suggested. The Human Factor: Driving Digital Solutions for 21st Century Health and Care report, led by the National Centre for Universities and Business, calls for a more emphasis on digital and data literacy education for health professio..
All NHS labs in Scotland will be linked through the National Pathology Exchange network following the approval of NHS Scotland Shared Services. The executive board of NHS Scotland green-lit a business case that will see all 14 of the country’s health boards connected to the exchange hub, enabling hospital lab teams to communicate electroni..
The government has significantly revised an agreement which allows NHS Digital to share non-clinical patient information with the Home Office. Speaking during a parliamentary debate on the data protection bill on May 9, Margot James – a minister at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport – confirmed the memorandum o..
With Mozilla's release of Firefox 60 on Wednesday, web browsers will start letting you log into websites without a password -- an important change in authentication technology that could help curtail costly phishing attacks. Firefox 60 supports technology called Web Authentication, or WebAuthn for short, that ca..
A landmark study has revealed that cholesterol in the brain may play a fundamental role in catalyzing the formation of amyloid beta clusters, thought to be a central mechanism leading to the devastating degenerative symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. An international team of researchers, led by the University of Cambridge, set out to uncover..
FITBIT UNVEILS NEW SMARTWATCH APPS AND CLOCK FACES TO ENHANCE HEALTHCARE: Fitbit announced a slew of new health apps and clock faces for its line of smartwatches aimed at helping users better manage their health. Some of the apps are designed to encourage users to make better healthcare decisions, while others aim to make it easier f..
MaaS provides consumers with the freedom to travel the way they desire by offering choice and removing friction. Our understanding of transportation has transformed considerably over the last decade due to several converging market forces, social trends and advancements in technology. Today, transportation is more complex than it has ever been, ..
Can technology make humans healthier? If technology investments in this market are any indication, the answer is a firm “yes.” Massive growth in this market has been predicted for years. In fact, it was the initial driver behind many of the initial IoT devices, which fizzled largely because of insufficiently developed end application..
Digital health encompasses a range of technologies and data that can be utilised to address the health challenges faced by populations around the world. From commercial devices such as Fitbits and Apple Watches to the medical records the NHS uses, digital health is poised to change the way healthcare is delivered. Whilst certain technologies fai..
Facebook was looking into a project that would see patient records linked to users’ profiles, it has emerged. According to reports, Facebook approached medical institutions in the United States to find out whether they would be willing to share anonymised patient data. The social media firm planned to correlate this data against Faceboo..
Software firm has published details of its work on an AR headset and interface controlled by hand movement. Motion gesture software firm Leap Motion has shown off early plans for an augmented reality platform built around its hand-tracking technology. The US firm has revealed details of concept augmented reality hardware and software that is ..
The remit of internet security has probably never been more prominent than in recent years. With the number of companies who chose to trade online, it is becoming something of a regular occurrence to reporting on mass data breaches. It does, therefore, make you wonder just how secure your online data is. Such concerns are ..
Technological advances are constantly changing the ways in which healthcare professionals can treat patients, but what can we expect from the future in medtech? Industrial components supplier, RS Components has created an informative infographic looking into what medical technologies will be used in our bodies in the future. The co..
An ageing population is leading to a growing number of people living with dementia. Dementia is an umbrella term for a group of symptoms including memory impairment, confusion, and loss of ability to carry out everyday activities. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, and causes a progressive decline in brain h..
NASA is investing in promising new technologies that could help shape the future of space travel. As part of the 2018 NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) initiative, Phase I and Phase II innovations receive financial support from the Agency that is used to test their potential. “The NIAC program gives NASA the opportunity to e..
While artificial intelligence has been solving problems for decades, it is now on the verge of permeating every major industry. Many of these new AI applications, however, require the use of computer vision techniques to process and understand large amounts of visual data. That’s why Intel is helping developers apply AI to the visual wor..
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel announced Wednesday it was launching a domestic digital health database that could make it a global medical powerhouse. The move aims to improve public health worldwide but critics warn it risks compromising personal privacy. People will get health alerts before they become patients, helping prevent disease early wi..
Real Food is the Key to Good Brain Health A wholesome (real food) diet is the Key to good health. The USDA recommends a wide variety of foods, including dark green, red, and orange vegetables, whole fruits, and protein foods, such as grass fed beef. But some foods, in addition to being healthy for the entire body, can give our brains an ex..
An announcement on January 24 didn’t get the large amount of attention it deserved: Apple and 13 prominent health systems, including prestigious centers like Johns Hopkins and the University of Pennsylvania, disclosed an agreement that would allow Apple to download onto its various devices the electronic health data of those systems&rsqu..
Marcus Schenck, co-head of investment banking at Deutsche Bank One of Deutsche Bank's most senior executives said that bank accounts could be obsolete within 15 years. Marcus Schenck, Deutsche's co-head of corporate and investment banking, said that a recent trip to China had opened his eyes to the fact that the retail banking ..
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is investigating whether Facebook did enough to protect data after a whistleblower said a London-based political consultancy hired by Donald Trump improperly accessed information on 50 million Facebook users to sway public opinion. Facebook shares closed down nearly 7 percent on Monday, wiping nearly $40 billion (&poun..
As IBM’s Q Experience reaches a new landmark, how far are we from reaching the true potential of quantum computers? To build a quantum computer, you need temperatures colder than interstellar space, the ability to keep Schrödinger’s Cat both dead and alive while you run your algorithms, and, apparently, the aesthetics ..
A robotic seal pup that responds to voice and touch interactions is a step closer to being introduced to dementia wards in the UK. PARO, a fluffy robot that uses artificial intelligence (AI) technology to learn from its surroundings and responds to its name, has been studied studied by the University of Brighton for its potential use a..
Analyst George Jijiashvili chairs the panel at the Wearable Technology Show (Credit: Joseph Flaig) Companies “have not scratched the surface” of wearable technology’s potential and the future will bring devices which are currently unimaginable, a panel of experts has said. Despite standout successes such as the Apple Watch, ..
Have you ever turned your keyboard upside down to find enough crumbs to form a whole new sandwich dropping to your desk like some kind of disgusting, non-festive snow globe? Apple has a patent that could mean future MacBook owners are spared this unedifying spectacle: a keyboard design that repels crumbs, dust and dirt to keep everything in tip-top..
Have you developed - or are you looking to create - a healthcare solution based on digital technology? If so, you stand the chance of winning £20,000 and mentoring opportunities from MedImmune, the global biologics research and development arm of AstraZeneca. Start-ups and entrepreneurs are invited to choose from a list of six topics and s..
Microsoft has announced an update to Windows 10 with the Windows Machine Learning Platform, to benefit artificial intelligence (AI) developers. The new update is working in partnership with Intel, Nvidia, Qualcomm and AMD. Developers building on and for Windows will be able to use Microsoft AI and machine learning technology more easily fo..
In 2021 the UK government intends the country to be well on its way to a driverless future. No, not a cheap joke about Brexit -- yesterday it announced a three-year regulatory review to "pave the way for self-driving cars". This follows the budget, in November, when the government announced a tranche of funding f..
There is little evidence that video consultations by GPs are safe, effective or improve access for patients and they could lead to increased rates of antibiotic prescribing, a study has found. The study, published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, looked at the impact of private online video consulting services in pr..
When it comes to engaging with new technology, the property industry has hardly been leading the way. But as tech firms become an ever more important part of the office occupier market, the industrial sector becomes ever more geared towards online retail and build-to-rent schemes are aimed increasingly at tech-savvy millennials, the industry is ..
NHS England has released a new digital roadmap that sets out its national objectives and timelines for the deployment of key national patient digital services and platforms, including the new NHS website and mobile app. The plan provides milestones on key projects and initiatives designed to accelerate the uptake of digital patient services.&nbs..
Nokia's nostalgia caught the attention alongside the cutting edge Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. The Mobile World Congress technology show opens its doors on Monday morning, with visitors just as likely to seek out an old gadget as a new. Queues to get a first look at Samsung’s brand new flagship phones, the Galaxy S9 and S9+,..
Thirty-three acute and mental health trusts have agreed to deploy NHS WiFi throughout their sites by March. Letters have been sent to each of the trusts selected to take part in the second stage of delivery of the project, which aims to have free wi-fi internet in place throughout the entire NHS estate by the end of the year. The la..
Design, engineering and technology Last year I wrote a blog about virtual reality as a design tool and how technology had finally matured to a point where it was possible to generate (almost) photorealistic environments for the users to become immersed in. As an avid follower of the technology since the early 90s, I am glad to see that it has ma..
In a workplace dominated by insecurity, gig work and intelligent machines we need to improve our understanding of their potential impact on health, safety and wellbeing claims a new report. Future risk: Impact of work on employee health, safety and wellbeing, commissioned by the British Safety Council from RobertsonCooper researchers argu..
The technology could also be used to hijack driverless cars and spread fake news, a new report suggests. A group of international experts have warned that rogue states and terrorists could turn to artificial intelligence (AI) to destabilise the world. A new report by 26 experts on AI, security and technology suggests that unless preparations ..
Suddenly, the silliest cartoons from the last 30 years seem remarkably important. “Imagine” is a new Lego campaign by Hamburg advertising agency Jung von Matt. (The name alone sets high expectations, but if anyone can invoke the word “imagine” beyond the late John Lennon, it would be a beloved Danish toy company buil..
Nothing captures the spirit of modern science quite like the Human Genome Project, a global, long-term research mission with an underlying goal of pinpointing all 30,000 human DNA genes, and consequently determining their chemical base sequences. Now, scientists are building on the data with a handheld device capable of sequencing the human ge..
Technology has taken much of the blame for the avowed rise in fake news, but UK startup Logically believes that tech can also mitigate the damage. The platform ingests news from across the political spectrum of the mainstream media and uses machine learning to identify bias and misinformation. "There are things t..
Lovelorn Britons lost £41 million to online romance fraudsters in 2017, new research has revealed. A study by a new task force set up to tackle the issue found that each victim lost an average of £11,500 to their supposed love interest. The most common modus operandi was for fraudsters to create a fake online profile on dating sit..
You've seen apps and toys that promise to teach your child to code. Now enter the robots. At the CES electronics show in January, coding robots came out in force. One convention hall area was packed with everything from chip-embedded, alphabet-like coding blocks to turtle-like tanks that draw on command. Of course, no one can really say h..
Hunched on the sleek rooftop beneath a darkening sky, the tripod-style robots look undeniably menacing as they loom over diminutive human figures. This is not some post-apocalyptic nightmare image, however. On the contrary, says Andrew Watts, founder and CEO of British building engineering firm Newtecnic – it is a vision of people, machine..
24-hour health monitoring is high tech. But is it helpful? The day has arrived when doctors can remotely monitor your health every moment, if you (and they) choose. Increasing numbers of wireless digital sensors — some implanted in or on the body, some ingested, and some worn like clothing — are making the leap from patents to patien..
Did you know memory loss is not a side effect of aging? Despite how many years we accumulate, a healthy brain should be able to maintain a well-functioning memory. This may come as a surprise to many, as it sure seems that the older we get the harder it is to remember all those little details. The good news is, for most healthy adults, a little ..
Amazon Web Services posts 45% year on year revenue growth in its fourth quarter contributing an impressive $5.11 billion in revenue to Amazon. Newly released figures reveal that Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon’s cloud unit, has more than surpassed its expected revenue of $4.97 billion in Q4 2017. It has continued to b..
Eating well and maintaining a healthy body weight can be challenging for many people, in part because nutrition advice changes so often. Fitbit, Apple, and Google are investing in continuous glucose monitors that let people track their blood sugar and see how food affects their body. Usually used only by diabetics, the devices could provide ..
Travelling on the London Underground recently, I spotted a medical advert. “Healthy resolutions? Do everything you can to keep track of your body,” the poster declared, next to a picture of a smartphone displaying the results from “1,200 easy-to-use blood tests and health checks”. In some senses, this is unremarkable: Feb..
Frédéric Destrebecq, Vinciane Quoidbach and Marijn Scholte from The European Brain Council (EBC) detail how the future of healthcare and improved brain health can be achieved through implementing digital health technology The European Brain Council (EBC) is a Brussels-based organisation that gathers patient associations, major..
Academics across the country feel that their research is being hindered due to a growing fear amongst universities of social media backlash. Some academics have even reported having to leave the country to pursue their research and academic interests, accusing British universities of ‘blocking their studies’ over fears of online reactio..
Facebook has revealed how it handles privacy for its 1.5 billion uses on its social network, shedding light on how much control people have over their data. The company’s chief privacy officer Erin Egan posted a detailed breakdown on on Facebook’s ‘privacy principles’ detailing its approach to privacy and its ambition to ..
Light Field Lab is making a display that can show computer graphics, or "holograms," in the real world without a headset. The company was founded by ex-Lytro engineers. It just raised a $7 million seed round from Sherpa Capital and Khosla Ventures. The biggest sensation at Coachella in 2012 wasn't a performer: ..
How will AI shape the nature of jobs in the future? The nature of work has historically been dependent on the roles we undertake, and the meanings of such roles for us as individuals fitting into a larger society. To many people, work is the means to a materialistic end, such as paying the bills. To others, it is a way of realising life’s ..
British children are aiming for careers in technology according to new research revealed by O2. Dubbed the ‘digital generation’ in a new study, children aged five to 16 are intent on pursuing jobs such as vloggers, animators and software developers. With kids growing up surrounded by technology and the internet, most are using com..
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) will open its checkout-free grocery store to the public on Monday after more than a year of testing, the company said, moving forward on an experiment that could dramatically alter brick-and-mortar retail. The Seattle store, known as Amazon Go, relies on cameras and sensors to track what shoppers remov..
6 member countries submitted bids to host the centre. Spain was picked Thursday as the new host of a data centre that protects military information gathered by the EU’s satellite program, which must move from the U.K. after Brexit. The secure facility helps ensure the security of the Galileo satellite program — used by government ..
Charity Internet Matters conducted the research to show the pressures teens face in the internet age. One in five children would be happy to have an “online-only” relationship having never actually met the other person, according to a new study. The research, by charity Internet Matters, also found that one in four 11 to 16-year-o..
Kroger is rolling out a new technology to nearly 200 stores that could change grocery shopping as we know it. Kroger is rolling out a new technology, called Kroger Edge, to nearly 200 stores by the end of 2018, the company told Business Insider. The technology digitally displays pricing and nutritional information, as well as vide..
Those looking to store their Bitcoin (BTC) and Ripple (XRP) in a vault more secure than an online wallet are in luck, as BiChip has released an update for its microchip implant, introducing support for the popular cryptocurrencies. What that essentially means is that going forward you’ll be able to store your virtual cash –..
Smartphones, Smart TVs and now smart clothing. A new trend in 2018 may see the arrival of data storage in your shirt sleeve. Google and Levi’s have created touch-sensitive jackets which can operate a smartphone, but new researchers claim they can create smart accessories such as ties, wristbands and belts which can store your data and allo..
It’s become common knowledge that excessive usage of cars, water, electricity and so on becomes a waste of the planet’s limited supply of natural resources. And, yes, we’re making some steps towards more sustainable ways of living. However, as technology has progressed, there are now millions of products in use that simply didn&rs..
Data breaches that arise after new EU data protection laws take effect but which stem from security flaws that were known about prior to then will be enforced under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the UK's data protection watchdog has said. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) clarified the position in a blog about ..
It may not sound like much, but 2% of all UK consumers are already using voice-controlled devices such as Google Home and Amazon Echo for online shopping – that’s 20% of all device owners in the UK, according to figures from Kantar Worldpanel research, or equivalent to 9.96% of total UK households based on latest ONS figures. ..
Most of us are running on empty. Since the mobile phone spawned a smartphone-first world, we've all been tending to the needs of batteries. The daily or nightly charge of the smartphone is the most prevalent, but laptops, tablets, drones, wireless headphones, smartwatches and other wearable devices are becoming more common. We are constan..
A new study from the University of Reading has investigated the beneficial effects of fatty molecules that are created when cooking with oil; for example, in deep fat fryers. The researchers believe that the release of fatty molecules from the process may help to seed clouds, thus reflecting heat from the sun away from the Earth and bringing down g..
The human error of council employees is a major threat to data security, an expert has warned. Speaking at the National Association of Local Councils’ conference yesterday, Andy Hall, cyber and technology specialist, said that over half of all of local council data breaches are due to employee error, such as leaving an unencrypted laptop o..
Is your organisation ready for the upcoming regulation? A recent survey revealed that 39% of SMEs are still unprepared for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), so what should they be thinking about in the final six months? The GDPR has been discussed with increasing urgency for over 18 months, across both mainstream and ..
Much has been written about the impact of technological change and the dystopian future we could all face as a result of the rise of the robots. It can sometimes feel like we are preparing for a world in which artificial intelligence, algorithms and automation – rather than human endeavour and hard work – will shape every aspect of our..
The internet loves an optical illusion, and it seems like people are always on the lookout for new ones. For all you people who like having your mind bent a little bit, you’re in luck: Kohske Takahashi, a psychologist at Chukyo University, Japan, has a new illusion for you. It’s called “curvature blindness,” and it..