ShinyShiny tech roundup: Food waste app Olio raises $43 million

Image: Olio A British app that encourages people to give away excess food has raised $43m (£31m) from investors including German takeaway giant Delivery Hero. Olio, founded in 2015 by Tessa Clarke and Saasha Celestial-One – whose second name was invented by her “hippy entrepreneur” parents – has 5m users who collect…

ShinyShiny Health Round Up: NHS uses AI to spot future heart attacks

The NHS is using artificial intelligence to treat patients at risk of a heart attack, years before they strike. CaRi-Heart can spot minor problems undetected by routine scans, Oxford University researchers say, identifying inflammation and scarring in the lining of blood vessels that supply the heart. The tool is being rolled out at 15 hospitals…

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Online Casinos

The online casino industry in Poland never disappoints when it comes to adopting some of the latest trends brought by technology. The industry believes in giving its players the best that they deserve. Similarly, online artificial intelligence is the latest trend introduced by technology. It works magic in various industries, and the casino industry is…

Hotels of the Future: Top 6 Features

Glass TVs that know your favourite films, showers that adapt to your body temperature and glass privacy walls which change from transparent to opaque. These are all predicted to be key features of hotel rooms by 2034 according to new research... Hospitality technology experts Guestline has partnered with six technology, AI and hotel experts to…

Honor unveils latest high-end smart phone, the View 20

At a preview event in London's Soho Square today, ShinyShiny took a glimpse at Honor's latest high-end smartphone, the View 20. Due to be officially launched for European markets in Paris on January 22nd, it is expected to retail for well under £500 (the Chinese price starts at around £350). Three colours will be available…

UK millennials not convinced about AI in healthcare, especially for their own children

Millennial parents in the UK are not sold on the power of AI in healthcare, especially when it comes to their own children, a new survey looking at attitudes towards artificial intelligence has found.  According to The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest technical professional organisation, British millennial parents of Generation Alpha…