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How technology will make cities better places to live in With The Internet of Things we can mitigate risks, prevent damage and reduce costs.

Technology isn’t just about your home or office, it’s also about the environment that surrounds us all. And it’s happening now. Urbanites are the driving force of economies, innovation and lifestyle. By 2045, the world’s urban population will increase by 1.5 times to six billion. Businesses and cities that operate in the new urban landscape […]

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Britain has the chance to lead the world in AI. Will we take it? Britain's AI scene is messy. But that could be an advantage

The government announced a “sector deal” for the artificial intelligence industry today, which it says is worth £1 billion. About a third of that comes in the form of public funding and a third from new private sector investment, the rest being a mixture of expansions and in-kind contributions. Matt Hancock, the congenitally connected culture secretary, says: […]

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How the Internet of Things will benefit older and younger generations What’s more important? Your fridge telling you to buy some milk on the way home, or your floor recognising an older person has fallen and notifying the emergency services?

Having recently hosted an event at MIPIM 2018 on the topic I can confidently say the Internet of Things (IoT) is here to stay and is set to make big differences in the way we live, work and shop. You can look at stats such as there being a predicted 20.4 billion connected things in […]

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Robots are coming for our jobs. Isn’t that great? Technological changes have made work more fun and less dangerous

Technological progress has frequently resulted in changes in the nature of work, sometimes affecting skilled workers more and sometimes affecting unskilled workers more. But whichever categories of worker were affected, such changes have almost universally been to the benefit of workers of all skill levels. Let’s consider two or three professions of the past. Take […]

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