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Open Access Government’s technology category has plenty of very recent and updated information on all the key topics on this ever-expanding market. 

Within this section, you can find articles on topics such as cybercrime, data protection and online harms. And we also touch upon the relevant topics such as social media and its potential danger and its ongoing need for regulation. The protection of personal data in the modern age is a topic is something we touch upon often in the contexts of revenge porn and other forms. Topics such as Cybersecurity in relation to business and the domination of ‘The Cloud’ are very popular.

We all cover a wide range of information concerning the emerging potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and the many developments and ethical arguments within this topic. we have experts giving their opinion on the future of AI and how it will move forward. We also look at AI and its involvement in healthcare.

We also cover the Internet of Things (IoT) along with the use of data and GDPR related issues.

digital outcomes and specialists 5

CCS launches the Digital Outcomes and Specialists 5 (DOS 5) framework

3,340 suppliers have been awarded places on the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Digital Outcomes and Specialists 5 (DOS 5) framework.
air purification technology

Active air purification technology can safely disinfect indoor spaces

Andrew Hobbs, CEO of Better Indoors, is currently engaging parliamentarians to discuss the need to utilise air purification technology to safely disinfect the air and surfaces in indoor spaces.
imaging database

New AI imaging database will improve COVID-19 diagnosis

Artificial intelligence (AI) will help speed up treatment and improve outcomes for patients hospitalised with COVID-19.
the luxury sector, fashion

The growing digital transformation of the luxury sector

It’s 2021, and today, almost every interaction happens through digital devices - what does this mean for the luxury sector? 
access control system, cyber

Chinese tech: Who really has the keys to your access control system?

Despina Stamatelos at Genetec discusses tensions between China and western liberal democracies, illustrating how this impacts cyber security - do you know who has the keys to your access control system?
consumer attitudes

Learning from consumer attitudes towards artificial intelligence

Rachel Roumeliotis, Vice President of Data and AI at O’Reilly, discusses how AI creators can analyse consumer attitudes towards artificial intelligence (AI) and implement them into how they develop new solutions in the future.
managed data and response

Is it time to bolster your cybersecurity with managed data and response?

Tim Bandos, CISO at Digital Guardian, explores what managed data and response (MDR) entails and what the benefits are that it offers.
SaaS automation

How SaaS automation has helped companies work faster

Neil Kinson, Chief of Staff at Redwood Software, explores one of the advantages of Software as a Service (SaaS), particularly those it had in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic concerning its ability to scale.
sleep disorders

Technology use and sleep disorders in the U.S.

Technology has always been condemned in multiple empirical studies highlighting blue light effects on overall sleep quality. However, with the rise of sleep tech in recent years, could this digital insurgence be the catalyst for a public’s change of heart?
artificial intelligence research

DARPA: 60 years of ground-breaking Artificial Intelligence research

Open Access Government discusses the past and present AI technologies research of the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and how it continues to change the world.
3D printing

EnvisionTEC leverages 3D printing expertise during COVID-19 supply chain crisis

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be an opportunity for 3D printing – EnvisionTEC identified several areas where their specific strengths in biocompatible materials could help to provide replenishment of stocks as well as new, alternative solutions.
digital identities, misinformation

How digital identities can help manage misinformation

Stephen Ritter, Chief Technology Officer at Mitek, discusses how digital identities can play into the world of fake news and misinformation.
cleaning and disinfection, infection

Eco Statics electrostatic cleaning and disinfection system

John Catton, CEO of Eco Statics Global Ltd, tells us all about the companies innovative electrostatic cleaning and disinfection system.
medical equipment

Rise in remote care puts medical equipment at risk of cyber attacks

John Grimm, Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at Entrust, shares his advice on how health organisations can minimise the chances of a security breach at a time when resources are stretched more than ever.
autonomous ai systems, sheep herding

Machine learning for autonomous AI systems and robotics

Chief Scientist at Dynamic Object Language Labs Inc, Dr Paul Robertson explains how autonomous AI systems are key to achieving synergy between humans and robotics that can work together as a team.
hospitality businesses

How can tech help hospitality businesses navigate through COVID-19?

Richard Cox, managing director of Langley Business Systems, gives an overview of the main ways hospitality businesses can maximise technology to navigate through the pandemic and ensure customers feel safe when visiting their premises.
diversity standards

How can the AI sector improve diversity standards?

Here Nikolas Kairinos, Founder and CEO of Soffos, delves into the difficult subject of diversity standards in the AI space.
procure-to-pay

AI: Simplifying complexity across public sector procure-to-pay

Sal Murdoch, Marketing Director at Fiscal Technologies, discusses how AI can be used to simplify complexity and deliver clarity across public sector procure-to-pay.
artificial brain

A millimetre-sized microrobot with an artificial brain

Ken Saito, Associate Professor from College of Science and Technology, Nihon University in Japan, tell us about a millimetre-sized microrobot with an artificial brain.
online harms regulation, child

UK online harms regulation delayed until 2023 by Facebook threat

In 2018 the UK proposed stronger 'online harms' regulation, to address harmful content that children can see on social media - by asking tech giants to do better self-regulation or face Government investigation.

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