Any new tariffs could impact the production of drugs, Dods Monitoring's Nabil Rastani writes.
The third round of funding through the Cyber Skills Immediate Impact Fund (CSIIF) has been launched today by Cyber Security Minister Nigel Adams.
Boris Johnson has pledged £250m to boost the use of artificial intelligence in the NHS.
In every sector, project professionals will be tasked with delivering the future and realising the benefits promised by new technologies, says David Thomson is Head of External Affairs at the Association for Project Management (APM).
With the Government legislating for net-zero by 2050, opinion remains divided over the potential role for nuclear energy in creating a low carbon future, writes Alexandra Goodwin.
The Chair of UKspace writes ahead of a campaign launching shortly calling for a national space programme, backed by significant new funding because “the moment for the Government to act is now”.
If we’re to prepare our children for working and living with AI, we must reshape the national education system and prioritise the skills that will allow younger generations to thrive in the new digital age, says Stephen Metcalfe
The use of artificial intelligence and automation in the public sector opens the door to new efficiencies and transformative systems. However, it is also awash with ethical and practical challenges, explains Guinevere Poncia
Liberal Democrat Lords spokesperson for Digital writes following the conclusion of the Government’s Online Harms White Paper consultation and writes: “It would be a major mistake however to legislate too hastily before the definitions of harm and the scope in particular have been thoroughly debated.”
Ministers have been urged to introduce legislation to tackle online interference in elections within the next six months following a "disappointing" response to MPs' recommendations.
SNP MP Dr Lisa Cameron writes following her House of Commons Adjournment debate on Smart cities: “Innovation is happening now, and it is time to commit ourselves to what could be the next industrial revolution".
The societal effects of delineating internet access based on financial means shouldn’t be underestimated, warns the Internet Advertising Bureau.
Too many remote gambling licences have been granted without proper scrutiny. Companies should have to reapply for the privilege of operating in the British market, says Tom Watson
Labour MP Carolyn Harris asks questions about executive pay in the bookmaking sector and greater regulation for online gambling, following her successful campaigning on fixed odds betting terminals.
America’s wisest role is as a partner, not a boss, says David Howell
The lack of oversight of the use of facial recognition technology by the police has drawn the attention of multiple human rights and political commentators. What is the problem and what should be the way forward? Guinevere Poncia, Political Consultant at Dods Monitoring takes a closer look.
As we celebrate International Clinical Trials Day we should resolve to ensure future patients continue to see such progress.The UK’s clinical research environment is strengthened by international collaboration, and it’s our responsibility as politicians to create the right environment so that it can continue to thrive, says Chris Green MP.
Theresa May has urged world leaders to follow the UK lead in cracking down on “hateful” extremist internet content.
Driving innovation into state-of-the-art technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Complex Cell Models is key to maintaining the UK’s global competitiveness
George Freeman MP says supporting our leadership in 21st-century life sciences is not only good for our NHS, it would be a major boost to our economy.
Despite positively impacting employment, economic growth and delivering better medicines for patients, our Service and Supply companies are often-overlooked, says Chris Molloy.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling's Matt Zarb-Cousin reflects on the successful campaign to reduce Fixed Odds Betting Terminal (FOBT) stake levels to £2 per spin and sets out how the campaign to reduce gambling related harm will continue going forward.
The UK’s life sciences sector is a thriving hub of research and innovation but with a loss of access to international talent, the vitality of the sector is at stake, writes Nabil Rastani.
It was always unrealistic to assume that the technology companies providing social media, chat and gaming services would act unilaterally to police the online world and most will welcome a clear legal definition of harms and clarity on their statutory duty of care, says PA Consulting.