The decapitation of the robot named hitchBOT has offered greater insight into social robotics.
After testing its business model, a start-up has to begin producing regular income. This is a tricky step, and few are successful.
With its 2,000 new high-tech companies, Israel has become the Silicon Valley of the Middle East.
Radiation-eating bacteria could make underground storage of nuclear waste safer.
Building on skills honed over the centuries, western Switzerland has become a world leader in biotech.
Contrary to popular belief, sustainable solutions can be good for business. A look at some of Europe’s most innovative efforts.
Drawing on their knowledge of algorithms, design and materials, engineers can help improve healthcare in many arenas.
A universal basic income would mitigate the negative effects of automation. But it might be more effective if combined with apprenticeships.
The playing field is not level, say the advocates of plurilingualism.
Asia’s acquisition of two of the continent’s crown jewels came as a wake-up call. To stay competitive, Europe must innovate.
Europe’s aerospace hub is a thriving, synergistic blend of industry giants, start-ups and research centres.
Make no mistake, the intelligent machines of the Fourth Industrial Revolution will lay waste to human employment – unless governments act.
Machines are getting much better at learning from humans and interacting with them. The next challenge: getting robots to talk to each other.
Should doctors have access to huge datasets? The potential to improve healthcare is obvious, but privacy remains equally important.
Determined to understand what internet users are thinking, Christian Henschel now manages one of Europe’s leading platforms in mobile intelligence.
New initiatives are helping women climb the ladder at technical universities.
Collaborative robots are boosting productivity, but they will also require us to rethink how we approach our jobs.
Dutch start-up Bitsensor tries to help applications protect themselves better from cyberattacks.
Linking engineering and medicine has led to better diagnostics, drugs and treatments. But it’s not always easy to collaborate successfully.