A mouthwatering array of 750 events has been taking place throughout Europe this week as the continent celebrates Robotics Week 2015. The festivities began with an eye-opening debate on "Robots and Society" in the UK city of Bristol on Tuesday.
A new cutting edge supercomputing facility and a strategic partnership between the Alan Turing institute and Intel are helping to secure the UK's future in supercomputing and Big Data.
There has to be a push towards building systems so that security is factored in by design. This is not an easy challenge and requires a mix of technology, policy and behaviour.
A "robot revolution" will transform the global economy over the next 20 years, cutting the costs of doing business but exacerbating social inequality, as machines take over everything, according to a new study by investment bank Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
The UK's largest demonstrator programme of assisted living lifestyles, dallas, reveals the learning from three years of disruptive innovation at scale.
The European Parliament has voted in favour of controversial net neutrality regulations and has passed compromise text without including any of the amendments that would have closed serious loopholes, according to critics including Sir Tim Berners Lee.
The European Commission is opening a debate on the future of Europe's telecoms rulebook. The two consultations - one on Europeans' broadband needs and the other focusing on the review of the current telecoms framework - are open until 7 December 2015.
Thu 03 Dec 2015
14:00 until 16:30Are you worried about people stealing your ideas or data? Are you fully aware of all the ways...