The Big Tech industry has consistently failed to attract more women into technical roles. It is time for a change in approach.
Ilana Wisby, CEO and founder of Oxford Quantum Circuits, discusses pioneering quantum computing-as-a-service, the quantum scene in the UK, and how the industry will scale up.
The court case of Elizabeth Holmes, accused of defrauding investors in Theranos, shows the pitfalls of blind faith investment in deep tech. There is a better way.
When quantum computing becomes mainstream it will be a game changer, but how much businesses should invest now in the technology remains open to question.
The UK is turning a blind eye to Nexperia's acquisition of Newport Wafer Fab despite recent pledges and legislation to scrutinise Chinese investment in sensitive sectors.
The quantum computing space has seen partnerships between leading start-ups and Big Tech flourish, but when will these courtships end in marriage?
A solution to the semiconductor shortage seems some way away, but the short-term disruption could be lessened with greater global cooperation.
Most companies prioritised their core business over investing in innovation during the Covid-19 crisis. Many will resume this investment as the crisis passes, but it could be too little, too late.
If the UK is to match its cohort of top global ecosystems in the creation of unicorns it must first fix the funding gap that exists when a start-up begins to scale up.
Remote working has taken centre stage during the Covid-19 pandemic, and a new generation of digital nomads has emerged. This could have serious ramifications for companies and investors.
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.