After deepfake technology was used to realistically impose celebrities’ faces on porn actors’ bodies, the new video by Jordan Peele is a sober reminder that the problem has not gone away. But maybe startups could help.
Dealing with data protection is at the forefront of businesses’ minds following the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the upcoming GDPR
Following the incident on Tuesday, tech leaders argued for more gun control. At the same time, the tragedy again showed how quickly fake news can spread online
To date, the executive search industry has been wasteful and antiquated. It’s time for the sector to change and wake up to disruption
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Fake news has emerged as a major threat to democracies. Now startups are stepping up to shield people from lies on the web
Move aside NASA and SpaceX - the $350bn space industry is opening up for startups thanks to Seraphim Capital’s new £70m space fund
From Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal and Peter Thiel provoking European tech entrepreneurs to a sprinkle of fintech and a self-driving car tragedy, these last seven days have shaken startups and tech aficionados alike