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On 1 January 1985, comedian Ernie Wise stood the middle of Trafalgar Square in London and telephoned a building in Newbury High Street. Occupying the ground floor of that building was a curry house, but Wise was not ordering a chicken vindaloo. Rather, he was helping to break new ground in communications.
With the release of the movie 'Ex Machina' in mind, concerns over the existential threat posed to humankind by artificial intelligence reached a fever pitch in 2014. Are the fears justified or are there more pressing concerns?
Three major aviation tragedies in the past five years, all of which occurred above open ocean water and left rescue teams frantically searching for the crash sites, have put the technology designed to locate the wreckage firmly in the spotlight.
"How do we balance security with civil liberties and privacy in today's high-tech but violent world? Can our private lives remain truly private?"
- Global Calculator: high life and climate change can co-exist
- BT plans to launch six times faster broadband by 2020
- BMW cars found at risk of being unlocked by hackers
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- New search engine more efficient than Google
- Partners of big data research institute named after Turing announced
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