Instead of using our phones for scrolling down, we can get nice memories with them and see places which we haven’t seen before. There is a treasure hunting game, based on GPS coordinates, which brings in another facet of technology.
People are the heart of services – Service Design is a multi-disciplinary methodology that enables a more holistic view of the design process. At UX Connections, we use a variety of design and research methods in our process to unveil ubiquitous actions to improve relations and the delivery of services.
This social enterprise works alongside an AI community tackling humanity’s challenges.
Increasing focus on BAME business leaders and entrepreneurs helps forge paths for future generations.
“Embrace change and design for it” is the advice from 95-year-old inventor Barbara Beskind for an aging population.
There is more to “coworking” than just a common office space.
As the work paradigm is nowadays changing, co-working spaces and communities are not just a trend anymore. They are here to stay.
The digital world may have its dark places for women, but Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP sees light at the end of the tunnel.
Arguably, what made cryptos so successful in the first place is the possibility of having a recognised valuable asset without the hassle of complying with banking and legal regulations.
In a fast-paced digital era, freelancers represent an increasing segment of the workforce, almost everywhere around the world.
Every crypto enthusiast knows well that big nations such as the USA or Japan are trying to regulate the cryptomarket. But they are also keeping a certain distance from fully implementing cryptos in national or global finance.
Social enterprise Ecosia present a novel solution to deforestation: a search engine that plants trees.
The UK is hammering at the barriers to women in tech, and it seems that micro companies are the gender equality trailblazers.
For two whole days in October 2019, NASA will be unleashing its dam of knowledge on eager participants at a global hackathon.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the tech of the day, and the NHS is utilising tech startups to provide care for patients with greater speed and accuracy.
From 16 May-26 August 2019, the Barbican is hosting an exploration and celebration of artificial intelligence.
Biofuels and electric power are set to revolutionise how we fly.
Hospital staff, architects, and patients can contribute to designing hospital spaces that promote better communication and patient care.
The autonomous boats of the roundAround project are demonstrating how science, technology, and design can combine to meet urban challenges.
Facial recognition technology has multiple flaws. One of its biggest – it’s not very good at recognising faces.
The BioRock experiments set to take place onboard the International Space Station could lead to a better understanding of how to make planetary bodies habitable for human life.
It’s cheaper and less sophisticated, but floodplain mapping model (FLDPLN) is helping emergency managers plan for flood disasters in Kansas, USA.
It’s no secret that unrealistic images of beauty damages self-esteem, but research, campaigns, and policy change may help end impossible beauty standards set by advertisers.
In 2016, President Barack Obama went to bat for Newtok, a small Alaskan village under threat from flooding due to climate change.
It’s the pesky unknowns that keep CRISPR scientists up at night, as they ponder the release of mosquitos with gene drives designed to prevent the spread of malaria.
Privacy and freedom of expression are protected under the Human Rights Convention, and human rights groups are asking for their case against the UK government to be heard at the Grand Chamber.
Construction of a giant telescope is set to continue on top of Hawaii’s Mauna Kea, but protestors will not give up their fight to protect their scared mountain.
It’s easy to assume that the decisions produced by an algorithm would be neutral. By letting an uninvested and objective machine make a decision on which applicant to hire, or who is guilty in a criminal trial, it feels as though there should be a more accurate outcome than by allowing a biased and subjective human to decide. It seems, however, that this is not the case: Artificial Intelligence (AI) is inheriting the biases of its human creators.
What could turn respected scientists into a picture of excitable kids on Christmas Day? The mystery of fast radio bursts and the race to solve their hidden origins.
NASA is shining a light on the once hidden figures who powered their missions, and its opening its doors even wider to let in more light (and people).