The chief inspector for digital policing at West Yorkshire Police in the UK has responded to human rights charity Liberty by claiming the deployment will actually help people’s fundamental human rights.
Despite the sci-fi inspired expectation that we will one day share our homes and workplaces with physical robots, there has been precious little real-life research into human-machine interaction over the long term.
Mars Scientific City – a first-of-its-kind Dubai-based project that will simulate life on Mars – is set to help find the answers needed to sustain human life on the Red Planet.
When Neeraj Arora met with WhatsApp founders Brian Acton and Jan Koum, after completing just more than four years at Google, he instantly fell in love with their vision – to build a communication platform for the world.
It’s called “Yeti,” and it’s the code name attached to an intriguing rumour about Google’s gaming ambitions that emerged this week.
Technostress is actually not the latest malady in a series of technology-induced syndromes. In fact, it’s an umbrella term that encompasses all negative psychological effects that result from changes in technology.
Rgardless of whether you’re a car fan, the technology involved in the industry is worth paying attention to, especially given how much genuinely brilliant insight there is both above and below the chassis.
The tiny Apple Watches on our wrists have already saved lives. Not only do they keep us more active, they can also detect a variety of heart diseases without needing any additional bands or accessories. But a new study by Cardiogram is taking it one step further.
It’s easy to become obsessed with the next big update to Android and what we want Google to add, but …
At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nissan demonstrated its ‘ Brain-to-Vehicle ‘ programme that offers a direct link between driver and car. But this might just be the tip of the iceberg.