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In an unusual show of unity, Innovation Leads for IBM, Intel, Microsoft and other major corporations, will join forces with the European Space Agency, European Commission and representatives from various UK Government Departments in London next week.
In the UK, we have largely built our towns and cities, so a better question might be: 'How could we enhance our cities by overlaying a digital layer?' This layer, spread over the physical, helps us to understand our cities better and create services that allow citizens to interact with the city - and each other - differently.
In a world dominated by AI, getting multiple pages of results listed by some arbitrary algorithm is pointless. Services like Siri have provided a glimpse of how the coming generation will come to expect a level of personalisation that a traditional search engine just can't provide.
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The US government has blocked a shipment of tens of thousands of Intel processors that would have been used to upgrade China's
Intel's CEO might be the coolest Bond villain without even realising it. Brian Krzanich secured his place at the head of
Apple may be one of the world's most advanced technology companies, but even a company like that had to start somewhere. The