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 metaverse: Future of post-pandemic business, or just another attempt to kickstart VR/AR adoption?
Tech business leaders are talking up the metaverse. But is this anything more than yet another attempt to get everyone using virtual reality?
The robotics industry was worth $45bn in 2020, and by 2030 it will have grown at a CAGR of 29% to $568bn.
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.
Intel will spend $20bn to build a new semiconductor plant in Europe. Germany is a leading contender for the investment, with the UK ruled out for Brexit-related reasons.
The AI winter seems to have arrived, with augmented reality now winning the emerging technologies race.
Start-ups can't get the funding they require in Europe and must turn to the US. This is the common consensus, but as Martin Kaspar writes, it is also outdated.
Blockchain use around the world proves more valuable than the most overpriced NFTs, giving people a worth that can perhaps be more fairly weighted on the blockchain.
As much of the world realigns how it works in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, artificial intelligence looks set to become a greater future force in the professional world.
Robots are inching their way into the everyday lives of the general public and businesses, but the slow nature of their adoption means few will even notice.
The battle is on for electric vehicle dominance in China, as international tech brands attempt to follow Tesla's lead, while domestic players are fighting back.