Artificial intelligence continues its progression into the mainstream

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It has been nibbling away at the fringes, but artificial intelligence is poised to chomp its way into the mainstream

Law firms must adopt AI or risk being left behind

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Law firms must adopt artificial intelligence technology and adapt services rather than letting rivals eat into their profits

Planning to counter tech threat to jobs

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The impact of automation and artificial intelligence threatens to throw millions out of work, giving rise to a proposed universal basic income

Cloud computing’s next phase in business transformation

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Cloud computing has disrupted businesses like no other technology, but with cloud-enabled innovations, such as artificial intelligence and blockchain, the true extent of its impact has yet to be felt

The role of AI and machine learning in personal data security

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Are we entering a new age of behavioural tracking with the emergence of artificial intelligence and machine-learning, will this offer new levels of personal data security and will our behaviour online become the only password we need?

‘We have to keep the bots under control’

As artificially intelligent software robots, or bots, become faster learners and better at mimicking human behaviour, an augmented workplace is inevitable and poses ethical and policing challenges

The rise of artificial intelligence in fighting cancer

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Enlisting artificial intelligence to fight cancer raises the hope of winning the prolonged war against this despised disease

Could robots be our best buddies?

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Should robots resemble humans or be easily distinguished from their masters?