British businesses have been slow to adopt automated systems but the UK could still lead the way on advanced AI.
A combination of legacy operational technology and modern digital systems creates security flaws for hackers to exploit.
Europe's digital prowess depends on its core technology businesses staying independent, says Graphcore's Nigel Toon.
Businesses want to build a more empathic customer experience, and AI can help in problematic situations.
A new credit card issuing service, the first of its kind in Europe, is part of Stripe's strategy to take on the big banks.
Hacking groups are increasingly turning to tech supply chains as a way to breach the world's biggest companies.
The insurance industry is a digital laggard, but a UK government scheme for financial services could extend cooperation between major insurers and tech start-ups
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
Start-up founders increasingly view ESG as an important factor in their fundraising. But the venture capital industry is still determining what ESG means to them.
Regulators want to make IoT supply chains less opaque, but legislation alone will not solve security challenges.
The cybersecurity firm's choice of London for its IPO is a vote of confidence for the City after Deliveroo's disappointing debut.
It is hoped new legislation, which comes into force today, will give rise to an app ecosystem that could disrupt the most expensive healthcare system in the world.
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