Machine learning and algorithms could be used during labour to monitor physiological changes and give real-time analysis and advice.
Machine learning can process huge sums of data in a fraction of the time a human can, so it can be an effective tool in policy making.
From terrorists to hacktivists, all the way up to state-orchestrated cyber-warfare, staying alert in the new threat landscape calls for new skills and capabilities.
As we advance in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, data will become an even more valuable commodity.
The fast pace of technology adoption is not being adequately accompanied by the necessary security measures. We must not be outsmarted by the tools we are so willingly embracing.
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The prosthetic arm reads signals the brain tries to send to 'phantom limbs' and can respond in a way a real arm would.
We need more people with disabilities, or people affected by them, developing the innovations that govern our daily lives.
Emerging technologies could help enforce a new treaty on ocean biodiversity by tracking fishing activity on the high seas.
As industrial robots can cost more than $100,000 each, it's no surprise that wealthier countries are more likely to employ them.
A company that uses artificial intelligence to help people with autism is part of a wave of education technology start-ups attracting millions of dollars of global investment.
RePaint uses a combination of 3-D printing and AI to authentically recreate the most precious works of art.
The fine line between what science could do and what it should do is thinner than ever. Here's what Hollywood can teach us.