Three Tui flights were overloaded after its booking system classified anyone with the honorific 'Miss' as a child. "Technologies discriminate by design."
AI and automation
A new partnership between Google and Siemens aims to bring more AI to factories, but problems with legacy systems and skills shortages could hold it back
Automation technologies will augment the human worker, rather than replace, and provide opportunities to redesign legacy processes across government.
A “mind-reading” algorithm could lead to brain-computer interfaces that incorporate emotions, say researchers.
The AI auditing industry is booming, but the lack of a legally binding framework for AI ethics means it could legitimise harmful technologies.
Voice recognition specialist gives Microsoft an immediate bump to its healthcare offering but its NLP know-how can be applied across industries, analysts say.
An AI-powered Digital Command Centre allowed Abu Dhabi's largest oil company to model Covid-19 scenarios and plan for the worst.
The cybersecurity firm's choice of London for its IPO is a vote of confidence for the City after Deliveroo's disappointing debut.