London Tech Week is back - in person - for the first time in two years.
This year, up to 3,000 people are expected to attend talks and seminars held at locations around the capital.
We’re kicking off London Tech Week with the festival’s Carolyn Dawson MD at Informa Tech. What can we look forward to?
Two new Northern line stations have opened in south London following a £1.1 billion project.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps told us he hopes it’ll encourage commuters out of cars.
French defence minister, Florence Parly, called off a meeting with British counterpart, Ben Wallace, as the international fallout continues after the UK, US and Australia agreed a new deal to develop nuclear-powered submarines.
France has been left fuming after the pact tore up a lucrative agreement for Paris to supply Sydney with diesel-electric boats.
New data suggests the UK tech sector raised £13.5bn in the first six months of the year, almost three times more than the same time 12 months earlier. Doctors are going to use a remotely operated robot, which will use machine learning and artificial intelligence - to carry out check-ups on care home residents in Scotland, with Alzheimer’s disease and other conditions. And, Royal Mail is going to trial two types of micro electric vehicles - around the size of a golf buggy or quad bike, to deliver letters and small parcels in an effort to further reduce emissions.
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