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Automation of the workforce – yay or nay?

The rise of the robot - good for business but bad for employees?

Robocalypse now

1. It is claimed that robots, algorithms and artificial intelligence are going to destroy jobs on an

Powerful patients, paperless systems

This major new report by Havant MP Alan Mak, published by the Centre for Policy Studies, proposes

Drones and the European Union

The debate over the use of drones is an opportunity for states to identify elements of military

Small modular reactors

Small modular nuclear reactors could be a crucial technology in the drive to decarbonise our energy system,

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The rise of the robot - good for business but bad for employees?

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By Len Shackleton

1. It is claimed that robots, algorithms and artificial intelligence are going to destroy jobs on an unprecedented scale. 2.…

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By Alan Mak MP

This major new report by Havant MP Alan Mak, published by the Centre for Policy Studies, proposes ambitious reforms to…

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By Dr Jack McDonald

The debate over the use of drones is an opportunity for states to identify elements of military practice that their…

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By Matthew Rooney

Small modular nuclear reactors could be a crucial technology in the drive to decarbonise our energy system, according to Small…

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By Julian Jessop

The rise of the ‘tech giants’ is, of course, a significant commercial threat to more traditional media, but it also…

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By Alex Krasodomski-Jones

Demos is producing a series of briefings about technology, bringing together experts from policy, practice and tech aimed at convening…

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By Miren Gutierrez; Alfonso Daniels; Guy Jobbins

New technologies offer unique opportunities to support fisheries monitoring, control and surveillance, particularly for countries in Africa and other regions…

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By Carys Roberts; Mathew Lawrence; Loren King

As machines become increasingly capable of performing tasks once thought to be the sole preserve of people, some commentators have…

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