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…

Audi A6 Review: comfort, elegance and tech combined

Chris Price heads to Portugal to spend time driving the latest Audi A6 Saloon. His verdict? Not only is it very agile for a big car, it also combines onboard comfort with loads of great technology features... Driving around the mountainous roads of Portugal's stunning Douro Valley it's difficult to believe that I'm behind the…

Robots to outnumber humans by 2048, reckons Westworld research

A leading expert has predicted there will be more robots than humans on the planet by 2048. Dr Ian Pearson’s research for Westworld reveals that even a modest growth of 20% per year will see humanoids outnumber humans before 2050. However, this could be sooner in the event of rapid market uptake in technology, which would…

How technology is changing the way patients deal with their illnesses

There was a time when doctors relied solely upon medical textbooks, thorough physical examinations, and extensive knowledge to diagnose patients; their symptoms and features would be analyzed and cross-checked before a prognosis was given. These days, technology plays its part in a barrage of medical tests and examinations, improving accuracy and the speed with which…