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The Future Health Index 2020, which surveyed young healthcare professionals, confirms they are hopeful that technology can improve working conditions.
Leaders need tools to plan ahead. These three steps, borrowed from futurists, can help anyone predict trends and plan accordingly.
Scientists have created an entirely soft robot called DraBot which is shaped like a dragonfly, is electronics-free and reacts to environmental conditions.
We must challenge the irresponsible use of technology undermining our societies and democracies by prioritizing tech governance through these approaches.
If developers are not careful, Artificial Intelligence (AI) can add to the climate crisis. Here's how to deploy AI in a responsible and sustainable way.
The spread of deepfakes - tools to make people appear to do or say anything within the limits of one’s imagination - threatens our grip on reality.
Smart toys can help with learning but pose risks if they are not designed to protect children’s data and safety.
Scientists in Spain have used artificial intelligence to identify common patterns in road traffic accidents, with AI processing large volumes of information.
The global transition to renewable energy will need AI technology to manage decentralized grids and tight governance to ensure fair access and resilience.
Neurotech innovators often conflate neuroethics with legal compliance.
But research shows that neuroethical design can be a powerful problem solving tool.
NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has revealed a new drone, called Ingenuity, that is set to fly over Mars, pioneering new space-exploration technology.
New documentation standards in machine learning enable responsible technology. Organizations must assess risks and protect their intellectual property.
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the uptake of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies. People are reskilling and technology jobs are offering better job security.
Engineers have successfully tested a four-legged robot, called DyRET, to use machine learning to adapt its body to walk on new surfaces as it sees them.
From wearable tech to smart industries, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things are being combined to change how we interact with devices.