You don’t have to reinvent the wheel. But the future of any political campaign must at its core focus on digital, writes Has Ahmed
In a COVID world, digital campaigning has never been more important, as was demonstrated in the recent local elections.
When it comes to technology and nature, it does not have to be one or the other when protecting and improving our mental health.
Whilst the pandemic forced shops to close and staff to be furloughed, Instagram opened doors for many people to create small businesses from the comfort of their homes. Just within my network, friends started cake making businesses, some have been selling candles and...
The irony is not lost on me that I am choosing to spend more time looking at a screen in order to write this article, on how spending too much time looking at computers, phones or tv screens has a detrimental effect on mental health. There is no doubt that technology...
The potential benefits of autonomous robots and other new digital agricultural technologies are numerous, writes David Christian Rose
It’s time for Police and Crime Commissioners to play a more active role in the public consultation of how technology is used to protect the public, writes Simon Clifford
The single biggest impact that the UK can have on global cyber security lies in challenging digital authoritarianism, writes Dr Danny Steed
The scale and speed of communication and the use of real or doctored information to change the behaviour or perception of civilians in conflict zones has increased at a previously unimaginable rate.
We must make sure that we invest now in the teaching of cyber skills, writes Stephen James for Digital Tories