September 18, 2020
The Real Project Moonshot

This article looks at an ambitious goal: a world that attempts to be net carbon negative and the role the UK could play in this. It would entail reaching pre 1950s levels of atmospheric CO2, by the end of this century. This is a hopeful aim; most would even say impossible. However, if it took man less than 10 years to land on the moon, I know we can do a whole lot more in 80…

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September 9, 2020
Health Tech

Health tech has the capability to change the world and it already is. From pacemakers to VR, the health revolution is paving the way for new technology to be developed worldwide. This article looks at uncovering some of the latest developments, as well as some of the problems the newest technologies have the potential to bring.

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August 25, 2020
Open Source?

Open source has become a buzzword especially in the tech and engineering sphere. From GitHub to bioinformatics open source is taking the world in a completely novel direction. In this article we will look at what opensource is – by examining some well-known examples – and where might it be taking us…

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August 14, 2020
Quantum computing – everything you need to know in 5 minutes

Quantum computing is slowly becoming a more viable source of computing. Google’s recent announcement of reaching the quantum supremacy made major headlines yet also shows how far away we really still are. This article will explore what quantum computing actually is, the potential fields that it will benefit and provide insight into how and when it may affect us all.

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August 5, 2020
Blockchain, Bitcoin and where it will lead?

Thanks to the rise of crypto currencies such as Bitcoin, blockchain is getting much of the publicity it so deserves. Alibaba’s Ant Group, who made Ant Chain (a low-cost Blockchain service network) is the most valuable unicorn ever showing the potential in blockchain technology. In this article Sam Mendis helps unpick the intricacies of blockchain technology, discussing some the benefits and flaws along with looking to the future to discover how this could be revolutionary in many different sectors.

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July 22, 2020
Decisions, decisions, decisions … How do digitally enabled companies cope with it?

Research by Twilio reveals that COVID-19 accelerated companies’ digital communications strategy by an average of 6 years while 97% of enterprise decision makers believe the pandemic sped up their company’s digital transformation. In this article, Rodrigo Barreto explores the role of data, analytics and Machine Learning based decisioning as enablers of end to end processes that are key to digital transformation.

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July 2, 2020
IoT – is it ready for widespread implementation?

IoT is one of the largest growing markets with 5G rollout encouraging even more products to hit the market. However, questions still remain, is the security robust enough? Is legislation on IoT falling too far behind innovation? Looking at its weaknesses in the areas of safety, security and regulation, this article will investigate whether IoT is ready for its own future…

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June 19, 2020
Does Open RAN mean open for everyone?

Nokia and Ericsson, traditional suppliers of Radio Access Network for mobile network operators around the world have recently announced their interest and support to the Open RAN initiative. This article examines what their potential motivations are.

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