Synthetic datasets are increasingly being used to train AI models. These promise greater privacy and less bias, but are not without their drawbacks.
The EU’s AI Act will be fiercely debated in the coming months. Tech Monitor assesses the key concerns among businesses, MEPs and human rights groups.
A new National AI Strategy will help co-ordinate the UK's considerable AI capabilities but Big Tech might draw the greatest benefit, critics warn.
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.
A ban on making ransom payments using cryptocurrencies is set to be introduced in the US. But this is unlikely to stop the scourge of ransomware.
A mooted €400m IPO could give Europe's largest cloud provider the resources to expand its reach, but it will still struggle to match the scale of its US rivals.
The Baltic country's new Digital Testbed Framework allows international developers to use its digital government platforms as a testbed for new solutions.
Elon Musk has pledged to work with regulators on data protection as legislation struggles to keep pace with connected car technology.
The new DCMS minister lacks digital experience, and tech leaders have questioned the wisdom of continual changes at the head of the department.
Instead of hard law, AI is governed by a patchwork of guidelines and ethics programmes. Could these help inform upcoming legislation?
Changes reflect the heightened importance of cybersecurity to the government in the wake of some high-profile attacks on US businesses and infrastructure.
As the world looks towards a culture of hybrid working, securing endpoints will be at the heart of long-term security strategies. BlackBerry’s Luke Hull, discusses the crucial role of automation in ensuring every entry point is protected.