The potential for machines to find a true love match is enough to make 21st-century online daters’ hearts flutter
What are the pros and cons of taking the human element out of recruitment, and how successful has this been in using computers to recruit a more diverse workforce?
They are clever and influence our behaviour – now algorithms are getting smarter and more powerful
Facebook, Google and Amazon use algorithms to optimise their services – now a British pioneer is bringing algorithms to companies of all sizes
Ensuring the security of sensitive data can be the split-second difference between winning and losing on the Formula 1 track
A fridge that knows the use-by date of food and appliances which switch off to economise on electricity are just the start of an internet-like network of machines increasingly entrusted to make our decisions, writes Tom Brewster
They are using technology to steal company money, but smart software in the right hands can catch the fraudsters out, writes Michael Dempsey
Computers are learning about sarcasm, spotting the difference between English and American, and getting to grips with previously undecipherable data, writes Charles Orton-Jones