A new government app could help more citizens access digital public services. But the project must take heed of past mistakes if it is to be a success.
Industry body BCS, the UK's Chartered Institute for IT, says human review of AI decisions must remain as the UK government ponders changes to data laws.
Dr Zibby Kwecka shares the ingredients of an effective cybersecurity strategy.
Australia, the EU and the UK could develop a shared antitrust framework to rein in tech's biggest names. But is an international regulatory approach a realistic prospect?
Announced today by mayor Sadiq Khan, the new Emerging Technology Charter for London aims to provide companies with guidelines on how to implement smart city tech with fairness and transparency.
The Baltic country's new Digital Testbed Framework allows international developers to use its digital government platforms as a testbed for new solutions.
The new DCMS minister lacks digital experience, and tech leaders have questioned the wisdom of continual changes at the head of the department.
Addressing a conference with tech industry leaders in East London, the chancellor said the UK is now in charge of its own data protection rules and it should move beyond the "box-ticking exercise" that hinders innovation.
The US, Europe and other democracies must work together on digital standards or autocratic regimes will lead the way.
A proprietary "matchmaking" system helped Hyve Group accelerate its digital transformation in response to the pandemic.