Department for Education ‘assessing risks’ of ChatGPT
Ministers says new technology also provides opportunities to widen access
Home Office seeks software developers to meet ‘daring targets’ for use of automation
Department looks for trio of experts to join specialist team
Government agency looks to improve deepfake detection
Defence research unit plans project to help intelligence services use AI to ‘check and validate...
'A lack of transparency and accountability' – DWP urged to shed light on fraud algorithm
The DWP has revealed it is using artificial intelligence to help detect fraud. But, as PublicTechnology discovers, some are concerned that it needs to reveal a lot more about how it does so.
Humanoid robot gives evidence to parliamentary committee
AI-powered artist takes questions from peers
‘Proactive security’ – GDS invests in threat intelligence tech
Digital agency signs deal for data-led cyber protection system
Met Police claims series of Oxford Circus arrests in facial-recognition deployment
London force claims success from use of controversial technology, which was accompanied by public information effort – as well as protestors
DCMS seeks social media monitoring firm to help ‘build comprehensive picture of misinformation’
Department floats 10-month contract worth half a million pounds
Turing Institute to lead development of AI standards
Government-backed project will also incorporate input from BSI and NPL
Public-health agency to integrate Covid secondary infection data into national database
UKHSA looks to ‘automate and expand production of data’
NHS trust AI pilot prompts 80% drop in admissions of vulnerable patients
South Warwickshire trust hails clinical AI ‘another set of eyes’
AI detects Covid 26% faster than lateral flow tests
Oxford University-led study shows the benefits of AI-led diagnostics in emergency medicine
AI used in Army operation for first time
Soldiers used a tool providing information on nearby terrain
Scotland appoints leaders for AI strategy
Thirteen-strong team of tech experts brought together
Atomic energy body invests in £3m haptic robots
Technology must be suitable for use in nuclear environments
The Role of Technology and Real-time Data in Managing Concurrent Emergencies
With the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, every disaster now entails responding to at least two emergencies. Dataminr explains how organisations can best prepare.
Does data science have a dangerous gender gap?
A new report from the Alan Turing Institute identifies a worrying gender imbalance in a fast-growing and significant sector. PublicTechnology talks to the report’s authors about the scale of the problem and how it might be addressed.
Government funds new UK Cyber Security Council
Former DWP chief security officer Claudia Natanson to chair new professional body
How digital is helping Defence Medical Services re-imagine HM Armed Forces healthcare
Defence Medical Services (DMS) is pursuing ground-breaking digital, data and technology transformation which will revolutionise Tri-Service healthcare provision to over 135,000 Armed Forces personnel.
How changing online habits have opened the door to a new wave of email attacks
Mariana Pereira, director of Email Security Products at Darktrace, looks at four new tactics by hackers and how security teams can react to defend against these developments
AI scientists receive £20m research funding
Fifteen people have been named Turing fellows
NHS creates £15m framework for use of AI in treating strokes
Health service’s NHS SBS joint venture seeks suppliers for procurement vehicle
‘Our adversaries are investing in AI’, warns military intelligence chief
Russia and China are increasingly operating in a ‘grey zone between war and peacetime’, according to the government
Government floats £1.4m social-media analytics deal to identify ‘key influencers’ to support Covid messaging
Comms service looks for analytics to identify target audiences