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Could recovering from the strains of the gym or the playing field be as easy as flicking a switch on an electronic device?
Professor Kevin Warwick is one of the UK's most immediately recognisable engineers, largely as a result of his groundbreaking work with robotics and artificial intelligence. These days he finds himself in more of a management role, in charge of research at Coventry University.
Traditional bricks-and-mortar homes are set to become more intelligent and more energy-efficient in the next few years.
"The benefits of footing the bill to put a British astronaut in space amount to more than just a restorative for national pride"
- NHS doctors sharing confidential data via unsecure devices
- India rejects Dassault jet in favour of obsolete domestic design
- Uber accuses rival of stealing data on its drivers
- Israeli team secures first launch agreement in Moon race
- Volkswagen emissions software also used in Europe
- Hargreaves denies Redcar takeover; ovens remain open