Copyright law arose to protect human-centred creativity from being copied. But should AI-generated content be afforded the same protections? Rebecca Deegan shares the views of the British Copyright Council
?A new “smart cane” launched into the market which aims to improve the lives of the visually impaired has completed its first round of funding.?
How do you engage with consumers that reportedly smiling less and are a lot more distracted? Here’s a look at what the new normal is for brand advertisers today.
Pre-digital age, when information about products were scarce, consumers learned about new goods and services from advertising. Today, everyone would agree that we have too much information. Is embracing AI the answer?
Pod Group CEO Charles Towers-Clark is countering the AI threat by stepping down as CEO and let his staff run things instead.
The chief technologists at Softcat have called their top business technology trend predictions for 2019.
Adding voice control to a car radio can cut down on driving risks, so why aren’t more fleets equipped with them?
These days there are so many ways to stay connected to your customers, it can be hard to know where to start. Chatbots sound cool, but will they offer the right level of service?
Emotional intelligence is a vital element to understanding customer needs. Colin Hay, VP sales at Puzzel, explains how contact centres that blend technology with the human touch will reap rewards in the digital age.
At the Festival of Ideas earlier this year, a discussion around AI prompted several points of interest ? what exactly do we mean by AI, what can we use it for?and are the robots taking over?
A tweet from a schoolboy has re-opened the debate about the quality of tech education in British schools.
As a trend, the future of Artificial Intelligence has been debated and talked about in the human resource circles for a while now. A few years back, AI was technology seen only in Hollywood movies. Now it is facing us, and we don’t know that much about it in real life.