Mesh-AI's new research report, 'The State of AI in the Enterprise', highlights the realities and challenges of AI adoption faced by businesses.
Despite the potential profit benefits it can bring, "design thinking" is not always the focus of executive decision-making in the business world, says Swiss industrial designer Rea Stark.
The UN Secretary-General's message to the seventy-eighth anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima has urged the international community to recommit to nuclear disarmament.
The communications regulator Ofcom has published the results of research revealing where British people go to consume news content in 2023.
Responding to Russia's unilateral withdrawal from the Black Sea Grain Initiative, international leaders have condemned Russia for the effects of decreased exports on global food security.
Speaking at the 2023 Unite Policy Conference, the Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer referred to the importance of the TUC's recent victory at the High Court.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has appointed a new business council that brings the chief executives of major companies into the heart of government to help boost the British economy.
Concerned that some degrees offered by British universities are failing to deliver good graduate outcomes, the government have announced plans to limit student numbers on poorly performing courses.
Britain's Minister for Development and Africa, Andrew Mitchell, has outlined steps that can be taken to tackle the 'sobering' numbers forcibly displaced around the world.
The Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has explained that Labour's core purpose is to remove barriers to opportunity that hold back Britain's potential.
NATO had published new polling figures which show the extent of public support across the 31 member-states of the alliance.
The communications regulator has launched two investigations in response to the coverage on GB News and Talk TV. Furthermore, new research is being conducted into public perceptions of politicians in the news.
Speaking at the Creating a Scientific Superpower Conference, the Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology announced new investment into the treatment of traumatic brain injuries.
The Euclid space telescope will embark upon a six-year mission to observe billions of galaxies, enabling scientists to understand the role of dark matter and dark energy within the cosmos.
The British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly has outlined five 'transnational priorities' for reforming the global multilateral system.
New statistics on foreign direct investment into the British economy show that investors are 'looking beyond London and the South East' according to Investment Minister Lord Johnson.
Ewan Kirk, the Entrepreneur-in-Residence within the Department of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge, has called for new measures to encourage international STEM students and graduates into the UK.
Launched at the Summit for a New Global Financing Pact, the new biodiversity credits initiative aims to mobilise finance to support Earth's natural environments.
OctaiPipe, Britain's first federated learning platform for IoT, is one of 42 projects to be awarded investment as part of the Bridge AI programme.
Development Minister Andrew Mitchell has recently visited India to attend the G20 Development Ministers' Meeting in Varanasi, which discussed new investments that support a women-led climate-tech fund.
Following the announcement of the new Foundation Model Taskforce earlier this year, the government have appointed tech entrepreneur and AI expert Ian Hogarth as chair of the new body.
Britain, the United States, Denmark, and the Netherlands are committed to supplying Ukraine with "short and medium-range air defence missiles" to bolster resistance against Russia.
Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology Chloe Smith has announced new investment into artificial intelligence research at the London Tech Week.
The government must provide "support and direction" for Britain's technology sector to reach its full economic potential according to techUK.
British tech firms are set to pitch to Asia Pacific investors at the London Tech Week, demonstrating Britain's global role as a centre for technological innovation.
Following the failure of the Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and Credit Suisse earlier this year, new research has revealed concerns among investors.
The Cyber Commanders' Forum and the Cyber Conference (CyCon) 2023 brought together leaders and experts from across the world to address cybersecurity challenges.
Involving 34 teams from 11 countries, the largest Western Europe-led cyber warfare exercise took place back in February.
The Department for Science, Technology and Innovation have announced the release of new guidance to help local authorities practice cyber security in the development of "connected places".
Britain's Technology Secretary has today chaired international talks on the future of technological development.