Cambridge Quantum Computing founder Ilyas Khan has gathered some of the world's best quantum computing experts, and is using his business acumen to make this emerging technology a reality.
Striving for gender and race diversity is always a good end unto itself, but in the venture capital industry homogeneity may actually be hurting returns.
Robert Wigley's new book examines the damage being done to Generation Z by Big Tech and sees the free markets advocate call for better regulation as a remedy.
PsiQuantum is one of a group of leading start-ups in quantum computing. With a more pragmatic approach than its peers, the company hopes to build the world's first 'useful' quantum computer.
The development of autonomous vehicles continues, but are a lack of public trust, issues regarding liability over accidents and financial woes linked to Covid-19 putting off would-be investors?
The Digital Silk Road is a weapon being used by China in its war with the US for global tech supremacy, but how big a threat will it pose to the dominance of the US's Big Tech behemoths?
Southampton's cruise terminals and docks give the city a logistical advantage in a post-Brexit and Covid environment, but will this translate into attracting much-needed investment?
If Europe is to build its own Silicon Valley, Brussels bureaucrats must provide the right kind of support to tech companies, or get out of the way.
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