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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 12/6/2017
More than 98% developers in the UK and Ireland are employed at least part-time, says Stack Overflow's series of Developer Ecosystem 2017 reports into tech trends, employment, hiring and education in the UK. Also revealed in the report was the growth of Edinburgh as a UK tech hub, the average developer salary across the UK in 2017, and the most in-demand ...
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Ray Le Maistre, International Group Editor, 12/4/2017
Facebook has given the London tech scene, and Brexit supporters, some pre-Christmas cheer by opening a new facility in the heart of the capital and announcing that it will hire 800 new UK staff.
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Ray Le Maistre, International Group Editor, 11/30/2017
Pretty much any company with a corporate pulse has some sort of "digital transformation" strategy underway, but where are the success stories?
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 11/16/2017
In the face of the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, the UK government is pledging support in the form of GB pound 61 million of funding to various sectors, plus thousands of new visas, in an attempt to simultaneously give and gather support from the UK technology industry.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 11/9/2017
Almost a third of British workers believe AI will help them be better at their jobs, a new report, "Tomorrow's Vision: Business Ex-Machina," from TalkTalk Business has revealed. In a stark gender gap, 39% of male British workers believe that AI will go some way to helping them in day-to-day tasks, while only 24% of female workers believe the same.
Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 11/8/2017
Ethics in the tech industry is mainly kept to controversial topics such as artificial intelligence research. However, London-based startup Good-Loop wants to change this by bringing ethical advertising to the world, by giving money to charity for every video ad viewed.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 11/6/2017
Smartphone. Smartwatch. Is everything smart these days? Apparently so. But now "smart" is being scaled up massively, with smart city technology now beginning to be developed by Nvidia and Alphabet company Sidewalk Labs.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 11/1/2017
The UK is less prepared for the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution than other countries that are competing for manufacturing jobs, such as China and the US, according to a new report called "Made Smarter," which recommends the use of Industrial Digital Technologies (IDTs) to increase efficiency and productivity within the industry, and to upskill ...
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 10/27/2017
Artificial intelligence can be put to many important uses, non more so than in healthcare. A fantastic example is what the Prague Fertility Centre has been doing with a new fertility treatment, Cognitive Automation of Time-Lapse Images (CATI), which is boosting pregnancy success rates by up to 40%.
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