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Oliver Hoade

July 29, 2021

How can AI be used in education?

Artificial intelligence (“AI”) and the Education industry aren’t a particularly likely pair. Although most people encounter some form of AI…

Oliver Hoade

June 30, 2021

Google’s new tool can spot skin conditions with your phone’s camera

Google – in its latest effort to convince the public that is actually isn’t a sinister company that knows more…

Oliver Hoade

April 22, 2021

Chips and Qubits: Technology Trends to Keep an Eye on

Technology, unabated by the clingy quagmire of Covid-induced restrictions, continues to march forward into new and exciting territories. In their…

Anusheh Khan

April 19, 2021

AI benefiting patients with heart disease and breast cancer

Technology has made the healthcare sector more efficient by using computers to pick up the issues that doctors miss. With…

Oliver Hoade

December 22, 2020

3 new NHS-funded AI healthcare developments for 2021

New AI systems are set to dominate healthcare in 2021 and the following years.  Demonstrating the rising interest in the…

Charlie Whelan

October 22, 2020

The Rise of the AI-Powered Company in the Post-Crisis World

There is so much talk about AI.  But what are the practical steps you can take to join the AI…

Charlie Whelan

October 19, 2020

The amorals of AI vs Human dignity

As a teenager in the 1980’s I grew up on a diet of Terminator, Robocop and of course Michael Knight…

Bhavik Borkhatria

January 30, 2020

The fast-changing consumer goods work force?

A consumer’s purchasing journey has significantly evolved in the last decade, propelled by the evolution of the internet and social…

Richard Hall

November 8, 2019

Healthcare efficiencies in China’s rural provinces

China is boosting remote healthcare is both senses – bringing technology to rural areas by combining centres of excellence, dealing…

Richard Hall

October 31, 2019

Politicians – be careful of unintended consequences

China wants to be a world leader in artificial intelligence by 2030.  Sinovation Ventures, one of China’s leading venture capital…

Sandy Ritchie

October 31, 2019

Artificial intelligence paving the way for faster disease screening

Although AI is often thought of as synonymous with robotic virtual assistants such as Siri or Alexa, or developing personalised…

Sandy Ritchie

September 24, 2019

Speciality chemicals drive sustainability

The past week has seen remarkable scenes, with Extinction Rebellion protests taking place across the world causing wide scale disruption,…

Bhavik Borkhatria

August 29, 2019

Will AI provide the benefits it promises?

Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) props up everywhere! Be that in Healthcare, Manufacturing, Gaming or Financial Services, AI is by far the…

Oliver Hoade

August 21, 2019

The skills gap

A recent report by the National Centre for Universities and Business identified the growing gap between the skills taught in…

Sandy Ritchie

July 30, 2019

In data we trust – Are the police becoming robots?

We have all seen a considerable increase in technology focused firms, or firms with a significant technology angle to their…

Richard Hall

June 28, 2019

Data – bigger, faster, better?

Bigger  With more and more activities being recorded and analysed, data is increasingly used to drive changes in modern life,…

Charlie Whelan

May 19, 2019

Vodafone 5G goes live on 3 July 2019

Transformation is coming. Are you ready?  Here are the initial headlines, followed by some thoughts on why we should care….

Charlie Whelan

April 11, 2019

PE firm launches new business with simultaneous investments

We are often told by Private Equity firms that they wish to invest in new fast growing tech sectors but…

Oliver Hoade

April 8, 2019

Growing food out of thin air?

AeroFarms, an American company founded in New Jersey, is a pioneer in aetopoinc farming – farming where, instead of plants…

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