Four ways AI is being used for social good

Beyond efficiency savings in the business world, organisations are using artificial intelligence to tackle some of the world’s most pressing social issues

How fraud is funding terrorism

In his evidence before the Treasury select committee of MPs, Donald Toon from the National Crime Agency, said: “It would be realistic to say that hundreds of billions are laundered through the UK annually”

Terrorist carnage also wrecks economies

Brussels attack

Beyond the terrible human price paid by victims, terrorist attacks wreak havoc with local and global trade

Terrorism: The social media aftermath

Big Ben in London attacks 23rd March 2017

Following the London attack, we ask: Does social media bring people together or drive them further apart after global acts of terror?

State of emergency

Image depicting surveillance and a state of emergency

So-called ‘lone wolf’ terror attacks across Europe have prompted calls for more surveillance and security, but radicalisation is hard to predict, and even harder to prevent

Staying alert against terrorist attack at home and abroad

Organisations should have contingency plans in case they are affected by a terrorist attack in an increasingly uncertain and war-torn world where bombs and bullets kill and wreck lives

Masterminds of terror

Firas and Amr al-Absi emerged from the chaos of the Syrian civil war to engineer a campaign to horrify the West and recruit the fighters who would go on to attack civilians in Paris and Brussels

Borders and banlieues: the route to radicalisation

Terrorist attacks in Brussels have led to recriminations between European security services and fears that the Continent’s poorer districts have become breeding grounds for radicalism