Should robots be expected to make ethical decisions?

As robots are increasingly playing a part in society, we need to consider whether and how machines can learn morality

Five myths about leaving money to charity in your will

In the UK, more than £10 billion was donated to charity in 2018, according to the Charities Aid Foundation. Gifts that have been left to charities in wills tend to account for about a third, but a number of myths remain around legacy gifting...

Could AR and VR transform surgery forever?

Virtual and augmented reality headsets may currently still be a novelty in the healthcare realm, but they have the potential to completely transform how surgeons operate

Why impact investing isn’t just for millennials

Younger investors are said to care more about the environment than older generations, but are financial services companies prioritising millennials and overlooking their senior peers when it comes to sustainable investing?

Taking the emotion out of trading

The emotional and mental state of those investing in financial markets can dictate their decision-making, but whose responsibility is it to ensure customers don’t get reckless?