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Democrata, a U.K. based Data-as-a-service provider is reducing the risk of builders stumbling upon archaeological sites or artefacts during construction by tapping into and analysing data collected by public sector information bodies. “It’s an expensive problem to have once you’ve started digging,” Geoff Roberts, CEO of Democrata, told New Scientist. “We

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Outside the US, Google wallet users could only purchase Android apps and content previously. But starting this week Google has announced Gmail money transfer’s launch in the U.K. People in the UK will now be able to quickly and securely send money to friends and family in the UK directly

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Office, the UK based online shoe store has received a warning from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) where the imposing of a fine or stricter measures were imminent, in the aftermath of a data breach that compromised customer information. Personal information such as contact details and website passwords of over

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In the wake of the recent Paris terror attacks, UK Prime Minister David Cameron has pledged to beef up internet surveillance with an aim to monitor online communications, while speaking at a campaign in Nottingham on Monday. “If I’m Prime Minister I will make sure it is a comprehensive piece

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Big Data

Medical data is already being collected in vast quantities by healthcare agencies around the world. It comes in countless forms: doctors’ notes, admittance records, medical test results, and so on. However, despite much current buzz and discussion around the future of a more data-driven healthcare sector, concrete progress so far

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The establishment of the Alan Turing Institute for Data Science, in a move to help Britain gain edge as a Big Data player, will be based at the British Library at the centre of a new Knowledge Quarter, George Osborne revealed on Thursday. Announced in March this year with the

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