Today, most people lives in a profoundly work centred society. Work is the main source of income, and as such is the main way people meet their material needs. Engagement in paid work marks the passage to maturity that starts back when adults ask a child for the first time what they want to “be” … Continue reading People vs technology: where should innovation come from?
Biometric-based authentication is set to become more prevalent in the UK, as over half (53%) of organisations expect to significantly increase their investment in biometric technologies. The report, carried out by Callcredit Information Group, revealed the key biometric technologies organisations are planning to introduce in identity verification procedures over the next three years, as part of their ongoing … Continue reading The rise of the machines in the fight against cybercrime
What is the mind? Is it simply a collective sum of networked neural impulses? Is it less or more than that? Where does it begin and where does it end? What is its purpose? Is it the soul? These are questions that have haunted human consciousness for much of its existence. But in this increasingly … Continue reading 3 Phenomenal Instances of Artificial Intelligence in Action