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The Firm and the Infirm

Author: Keil Hubert

The cyber sabotage attempt on the recent French Presidential election backfired spectacularly. Business Reporter’s resident U.S. ‘blogger Keil Hubert suggests that we all probably ought to thank the Macron campaign’s Legal team for being bold enough to approve such a... Read more

Driverless cars disrupting the insurance industry

Author: Joanne Frearson

Driverless cars are expected not only to disrupt the way we drive cars, but also the way in which car insurance is sold. “There is a lot of debate about how [driverless technology] will impact the insurance industry,” said Nick... Read more

What countries are investing in robots?

Author: webeditor

A recent study by Redwood Software and the Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr) has focused on the impact of robotics automation on economic development across OECD countries, including the UK and the US. How does UK robotics investment... Read more

AI and the liability challenges it will create

Author: Joanne Frearson

With the breakneck pace of AI development, how will we know who owns what? The case of a simian photographer could be key… Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the way we work and go about our daily lives at pace.... Read more

Microsoft’s HoloLens helping NASA get to Mars

Author: Joanne Frearson

New augmented reality software developed by Microsoft is being used by NASA to help out on some of the biggest projects on – and off – the planet… Microsoft’s new augmented reality system, HoloLens, is helping organisations such as NASA... Read more

Ransomware hackers yet to cash in payments

Author: webeditor

The hackers behind Friday’s global cyber attack have yet to cash in on their ransom payments, according to the experts helping to track them down. Chainalysis, a private company based in New York and Copenhagen that works with international law... Read more