Healthcare technology will change lives, eventually

There is some way to go before game-changing technologies are deployed to revolutionise patient care and the working practices of healthcare professionals, but there are encouraging signs of progress

South Korea leading the 5G revolution

5G rollout is a national imperative for South Korea, where big investments in infrastructure and cellular technology have given it first-mover advantage

Is the ‘race to 5G’ a fool’s game?

Rushing to be the first country to roll out 5G networks nationwide may not make you the global leader – there are a lot of other factors for governments and manufacturers to consider

Eight AI tips for business leaders

An organisation's first foray into the world of artificial intelligence can be a daunting task, so data scientists and tech experts share some vital advice to help those on their journey to full AI deployment

AI in business: looking beyond the hype

Endless buzzwords and misconceptions confuse leaders and dilute the true purpose of artificial intelligence (AI) as a means to achieve business objectives rather than the end objective itself

Are off-the-shelf AI tools a good idea?

Pre-built algorithms and off-the-shelf tools are increasing access to artificial intelligence solutions, but experts warn democratising AI in this way can be a dangerous game

What one man’s death taught us about cryptosecurity

The loss of investors’ money from a cryptocurrency exchange following the death of its owner has highlighted the need for more robust business practices in a still-nascent industry

Five ways to get staff behind cyberdefence

cartoon illustrating staff getting involved in cyberdefence

Optimising employee engagement has many benefits, not least bolstering cybersecurity and reducing the likelihood of insider threats