The Tyto Tech 500 Power List is the first data-driven ranking of the most influential individuals in the UK, French and German technology sectors.
To make the list, an individual must have social media, online and offline influence.
Spoiler alert: Health Secretary Matt Hancock comes in as UK #1 (ahead of PM Boris Johnson at #5!)
From chatbots and digital assistants to facial recognition and biometric scanners, this infographic from the Sunday Times highlights some of the way that AI has impacted our daily lives – and how consumers feel about it.
A care home in Abergavenny is among the first in the UK to use new track and trace technology to combat the spread of COVID-19.
The Foxhunters Care Community is using the ‘PinGo’ electronic badge technology to help maintain social distancing.
The badges give real-time flashing image alerts and vibrations to staff, visitors and residents if they enter a ‘red-zone’ within two metres of another person.
The Evening Standard reports Artificial Intelligence was deployed to defend the suspect in a murder trial at the Old Bailey in the first known use of machine learning at the country’s top criminal court.
Nature reports that an artificially intelligent controller can station a stratospheric balloon for weeks at a time without full knowledge of surrounding winds.
The development opens up the prospect of unsupervised environmental monitoring.
MIT Technology Review highlights how a growing group of lawyers are uncovering, navigating, and fighting the automated systems that deny the poor housing, jobs, and basic services