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Social media has given politicians a direct line to the electorate, but who’s really doing the talking?
As the UK goes to the polls in the General Election, our attention turns once again to the voting system and how tech could bring democracy up-to-date.
In the wake of a self-named AI called Benjamin surprising the world by writing song lyrics and a screenplay akin to what Sarah Kane may have penned, I find myself questioning whether art and engineering are happy bedfellows.
How do you make a superhuman? Well, you can’t really, some people are just born that way, but it helps if you’ve got a bit of decent, high tech kit to help you along the way.
The oldest beer recipe known to man is from Ancient Sumeria, around 1800BC. Older than both whisky and wine, in essence beer hasn’t really changed that much in over 3,800 years.
Yesterday I read a really interesting article on the BBC website entitled “What if there were more women in tech?”. It’s a good question. Would our future be changed?
One teenager on a mission to save the world with vegetable peelings, or how food and chemistry are linked to the "intertwined science web”.