Technology

AI might show the way, but only humanity can save us
Opinion

AI might show the way, but only humanity can save us

AI might be the way forward, but we should be able to sort things out for ourselves without using technology

Could a 17-minute phone call with a stranger help cure loneliness? A new app aims to do just that
Social isolation

Could a 17-minute phone call with a stranger help cure loneliness? A new app aims to do just that

A psychiatrist believes he has found the answer to loneliness, launching an app which encourages conversations with strangers

Here’s why we shouldn’t leave the future of transport to Silicon Valley
future of transport

Here’s why we shouldn’t leave the future of transport to Silicon Valley

Tech companies promise green and convenient transport – but who for? Canadian technology writer Paris Marx says they’re planning for the few not the many.

BetterPod: Paris Marx on Silicon Valley and the future of transportation
transport

BetterPod: Paris Marx on Silicon Valley and the future of transportation

As tech giants face a financial downturn, some new players are focusing on people over profit
Tech for good

As tech giants face a financial downturn, some new players are focusing on people over profit

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DALL-E Mini Explained: New AI generates hilarious and haunting images from text  
Artificial Intelligence

DALL-E Mini Explained: New AI generates hilarious and haunting images from text  

How social media has changed our world
Sponsored content

How social media has changed our world

How Africa is becoming a continent of young entrepreneurs, scientists, creatives and activists
Life

How Africa is becoming a continent of young entrepreneurs, scientists, creatives and activists

Here’s the truth about lie detectors
Life

Here’s the truth about lie detectors

Ai-Da: Meet the robot artist exhibiting at the Venice Biennale
Art

Ai-Da: Meet the robot artist exhibiting at the Venice Biennale

Who is Jim Browning? Meet the man who scams the scammers
Life

Who is Jim Browning? Meet the man who scams the scammers

BT is still working on its controversial 888 ‘Walk Me Home’ app to protect women
Violence Against Women

BT is still working on its controversial 888 ‘Walk Me Home’ app to protect women

The right to repair: Who really owns your smartphone?
Technology

The right to repair: Who really owns your smartphone?

How to have a Merry Christmas without breaking the bank
Money

How to have a Merry Christmas without breaking the bank

Teaching the most deprived how to become professional software developers
Employment

Teaching the most deprived how to become professional software developers

Meta: Facebook’s new name has been torn to pieces online
News

Meta: Facebook’s new name has been torn to pieces online

Virtual healthcare is discriminatory and breaches Equality Act, say charities
Social Justice

Virtual healthcare is discriminatory and breaches Equality Act, say charities

The problems with BT’s £50m 888 app to protect women on their way home
Social Justice

The problems with BT’s £50m 888 app to protect women on their way home

Meet the campaigner launching the ‘Uber for homelessness’
Housing

Meet the campaigner launching the ‘Uber for homelessness’

I tweet therefore I am: Finding identity when life is online
Opinion

I tweet therefore I am: Finding identity when life is online

Tech firms advertise ‘20,000 jobs for young people’ with more on the way
Employment

Tech firms advertise ‘20,000 jobs for young people’ with more on the way

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Read these hilarious online spoofs of the Government’s ‘Fatima’ retraining ad
Art

Read these hilarious online spoofs of the Government’s ‘Fatima’ retraining ad

How to upgrade your slow laptop
Life

How to upgrade your slow laptop

How to fix your broken games controller
Life

How to fix your broken games controller

Big Issue Changemaker Stuart Semple is opening a virtual art museum
Art

Big Issue Changemaker Stuart Semple is opening a virtual art museum