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  • November 23, 2018 23 Nov'18

    UK fails to make top eGovernment rankings

    UK fails to make it into the top rankings in the European Commission’s eGovernment Benchmark report, which shows that across Europe, two-thirds of public sector services are now available online

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  • November 23, 2018 23 Nov'18

    ASOS launches digital assistant to help customers find right size

    Online fashion retailer ASOS has launched an artificially intelligent assistant to help consumers find the right size of clothing before they place an order

  • November 23, 2018 23 Nov'18

    Hamburg has ambitions to be a virtual reality hub

    The German city of Hamburg is setting itself up as a potential hub for virtual reality startups

  • November 23, 2018 23 Nov'18

    Interview: Roger Taylor, chair, Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation

    Chair of the new Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation says collaboration is vital for developing effective frameworks to manage the proliferation of AI and data-driven technologies

  • November 23, 2018 23 Nov'18

    Lords call for HMRC to delay Making Tax Digital for VAT

    The government must begin to listen to small businesses and should delay the roll-out of its Making Tax Digital for VAT programme by at least a year, says the Lords Economic Affairs Committee

  • November 22, 2018 22 Nov'18

    Smart meter benefits cut by old technology and rising costs

    Energy companies may end up spending billions unless they can install smart meters more cheaply

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