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Silicon UK In Focus Podcast: Schneider Electric

Silicon UK In Focus Podcast: Schneider Electric

In this week’s podcast we focus on the recently published report: Digital Economy and Climate Impact from Scheider Electric. We are also considering how Scheider Electric are innovating in the energy space.

Accelerating AI: Managing the Machines

Accelerating AI: Managing the Machines

As the Biden administration creates a national AI task force, how will AI develop over the next few years? And how will these developments be managed to ensure safety and ethics are maintained?

Will Privacy Kill the Open Web?

Will Privacy Kill the Open Web?

Privacy and how the personal data of individuals is collected, stored, manipulated and shared is governed by GDPR. However, some high-profile data compliance breaches have thrown into doubt the effectiveness of the regulation. And as t ...

Intelligent Spaces: Using Smart Cities

Latest Feature: Intelligent Spaces: Using Smart Cities

The demands from everyone that lives in a city has radically changed over the last decade. Silicon UK considers how the near-future smart city will operate and how technology will deliver seamless connectivity in an environment that wi ...

The Tech Of Charity

The Tech Of Charity

How do charities use technology to manage their organizations and, raise their funds? In an environment dominated by COVID-19, how can charities leverage technology to maintain fundraising and offer new ways of giving?

The Tech Of Crime Part 2: Policing And Data

The Tech Of Crime Part 2: Policing And Data

Much of the work being done today to fight crime is analyzing the vast quantities of data every police force now collects. How are these big datasets being analyzed? And how are the insights gained impacting on practical policing?

Immunity Passports: Identifying The Infected

Immunity Passports: Identifying The Infected

As the UK wrestles with its ability to use technology to trace and track COVID-19 infections, will immunity passports become a reality? Will this technology be able to consider the potential risks and downsides - inclusion vs elitism, ...

Does more data equal better health?

Does More Data Equal Better Health?

Healthcare, like many other sectors, is moving through technological change. All of the technologies in development need patient data. The healthcare sector already collects masses of information, but much of this is unstructured and n ...

Can More Data Save Our Climate?

As IoT and IIoT continue to rapidly develop, could this explosion in data collection result in vast improvements to how we manage climate change? When every aspect of our environment can be tracked and analyzed, does this allow more pr ...

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Data capital: Mining for gold in the data decade

Across the globe, organisations large and small are starting to harness the power of data. Data capital will be viewed as one of a company’s most important assets, becoming an engine of commerce and innovation for the 21st century.

The Promise of the Blockchain

The Promise of the Blockchain

The blockchain could become one of the most disruptive technologies ever created. However, with sluggish uptake, what is preventing the blockchain from fulfilling its promise, and how can enterprises leverage the blockchain to deliver ...

Microsoft HoloLens in healthcare

Wearable Healthcare: Vital Signs for CTO Innovation

As the wearable technology sector continues to expand, CTOs considering their company's next innovation in this space should pay close attention to healthcare. With personalized health monitoring growing, wearable healthcare is set to ...

GoodBox installed its GBx Pro terminals in the Natural History Museum

Giving With a Tap: Charity Technology in Action

The charity sector has been rapidly adopting new technologies to keep pace with how giving has changed. Today, charities and non-profit organizations are at the forefront of technical innovation.

Ben Taylor, CTO, Rainbird.

Machine Intelligence: The Value of Today’s AI

As the co-founder and CTO of Rainbird Technologies, Ben is the driving force behind the fusion of human expertise and automated decision-making. He holds degree in artificial intelligence from the University of Sussex, is a former Adob ...

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