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  • What David Bowie thought of the internet in 2000

    There is no doubt that David Bowie shall be remembered as one of the greatest and most influential British artists of the 20th century. Celebrated as a visionary and pioneer in both music and visual art, it has since emerged, thanks to the unearthing of a BBC Newsnight interview with Jeremy Paxman, that Bowie was […]

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  • Spotify finds its feet within the music industry. Sort of.

    Thanks to new research published by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, a study has concluded that Spotify is helping win the battle against digital piracy. After examining the effects of legal streaming on torrent downloads, researchers were able to conclude that for every 47 streams, the number of illegal downloads decreases by one. Launched […]

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  • Where is the Equality in technology?

    Last week, writing on a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) interview, Professor Stephen Hawking was asked whether he thought that technological advancement could one day lead to large-scale unemployment – something that we have discussed before in an earlier blog. In reply, Hawking said that: If machines produce everything we need, the outcome will depend on […]

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  • Are robots actually going to steal our jobs?

    With the recent news of unemployment rising for the first time in two years, and the fact that a robot has just passed a self-awareness test, we thought we’d take a look into the issue, and separate fact from fiction. Of course, people have been concerned about machines taking their jobs for hundreds of years. The […]

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  • HMRC drops Microsoft for Google services

    Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) will be the first major governmental department to drop traditional Microsoft software and services and replace them with Google Apps. HMRC, the governmental department that deals with corporation tax, will have more than 70,000 employees making the switch, joining 2,500 Cabinet Office users already using Gmail. A government blog, […]

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