13 August 2020
In a move to make online campaigning more transparent, the UK government has launched proposals such as making digital imprints compulsory for political parties.
12 August 2020
The UK is having a shortage of artificial intelligence (AI) skills that will make it difficult for companies to compete with their counterparts in other countries, found a report called...
11 August 2020
The UK Cabinet Office has launched the pilot of a new scheme, called Document Checking Service (DCS), to enable people to easily and safely access key digital services such as...
10 August 2020
The UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) claimed that the gigabit broadband rollout across the country, which is being implemented under the Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme, has...
7 August 2020
National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), a part of GCHQ, has launched its first-ever technical advice on cyber insurance for businesses.
6 August 2020
A new report compiled by experts at the University College London (UCL) on AI crime threat has ranked fake audio or video content as the most concerning use of artificial...
5 August 2020
The UK Home Office has agreed to stop the use of its visa streaming algorithm, which has been in use for processing visa applications since 2015.
4 August 2020
The Office of Communications (OfCom) disclosed plans to put up important airwaves for auction early next year to enable improvement of mobile broadband and also for supporting the launch of...
3 August 2020
The Bennett Institute for Public Policy at the University of Cambridge said that experts from ten institutions across the world have launched an international project for helping public servants acquire...
31 July 2020
Connected Places Catapult, the UK government innovation agency for the transport industry, and autonomous vehicles, has announced the Open-Access unmanned traffic management project (Open-Access UTM project) for supporting operations of...