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How do we support those whose jobs are lost to automation?

With automation, AI and robotics people are likely to be made redundant. This is why Fast Future are finding different ways of supporting the unemployed as they look to transition back into new areas of work while considering the mechanisms for funding
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BlackFly – the newest flying car!

A Californian company named Opener unveils the latest attempt of a flying car
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An open source cityscape

A smart city is a sensitive city, positions Katie Foster, Director, International Marketing, GitHub. When we talk about smart cities we view them as an...
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Think tank reports: as many as 250,000 public sector jobs set to be replaced...

Artificially intelligent (AI) chatbots could soon replace up to 90% of the UK government’s administrative staff, saving taxpayers billions and streamlining efficient services. According to...
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Calls for more comprehensive testing of F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Programme

The US Defense Department’s Director of Combat Testing, Michael Gilmore has called for the incoming Trump administration to “rigorously and comprehensively review” Lockheed Martin...

Baidu unveils China’s first fully autonomous bus

Baidu announces that it has begun volume production of Apolong, China’s first L4 fully autonomous bus at the firm's annual AI conference, Baidu Create 2018

Google’s Sidewalk Labs to design Toronto’s digital city

Google's Sidewalk Labs creates a new digital city on Toronto's Eastern waterfront in a bid to become a model for 21st-century urbanism

China’s personal bodyguard app

A new app that allows “not just the rich and famous” to hire a personal bodyguard is set to be launched in northeast China
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Google creates Digital Skills Academy

Hoping to produce up to 3,000 jobs in London by 2020, Google has announced that their Digital Skills Academy will be opening at Kings...

HiTech Padi Bhd in push to increase Malaysian software testing market share

HeiTech Padu Bhd, is looking to secure 10% of the Malaysian software testing market by 2020