Mark Carney said that about 10 per cent of UK jobs would be replaced by automation: lower than earlier estimates
Greece, South Africa and Argentina are the most wary of automation's possibilities
EU Renewable Energy Directive could promote global deforestation and increase Europe's carbon emissions, researchers warn
AI is a greater threat than climate change, poverty or terrorism, says professor Jim Al-Khalili
Samsung's Kim Hyun-Suk made the comments at IFA in Berlin
The electric auto maker really needed a win after several months of "production hell"
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The scale of jobs lost to automation will be at least as large as those in the first three industrial revolutions
The former employee says that Tesla fired him for bringing the accusations to management internally
AI, VR and working on the morning commute - it's all to come
Musk went public on privatisation plan "because I felt it was the right and fair thing to do so"
Short-sellers burnt by Musk's "false and misleading" tweets the first to file suit
Musk claims Tesla buy-out is almost ready, but that "a final decision has not yet been made"
With smartphone sales flattening and a recent acquisition falling through, the chip-maker needs to succeed in other markets
Company wants to focus its efforts on a single area of autonomous vehicles
The proposals for ID cards were scrapped in 2010 amidst privacy concerns, but a new system in beta testing promises more controlled data admin
Can we write policy without people? BT's Phil Baulch asks
Artificial Intelligence Exploration programme will make AI justify its actions
Commons Science and Technology Committee calls for new post-Brexit skilled-workers immigration system
Committee calls for visa-free travel and permit-free work for skilled workers
2,400 signatures gathered against the development and production of lethal robots
With £6.7m in initial funding, Mosa Meat could be the first company to offer lab-grown meat to the public
The Brexit white paper "gets pretty close" to company desires, but there's still work to do
The site is perfectly situated for launching small satellites into orbit
Delegates at the ESOF 2018 conference were warned that their perceptions of the digital age were coloured by private industry