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Brexit stockpiling: The supplies you need to survive a no ...

Pockets of remainers are already planning for the worst case scenario. Brexiteers will call it the consequence of unfounded scaremongering, but given the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, it Brexit stockpiling worth considering?

https://www.verdict.co.uk/brexit-stockpiling-prepare-for-brexit/


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Consumer electronics technology trends 2020

GlobalData is the market leader in providing actionable insight into the world's biggest industries. With market analysts in 18 countries around the world, along with a team of researchers and consultants, we can provide you with the reliable, in-depth industry information you need.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/consumer-electronics-technology/


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Automatic facial recognition by South Wales Police ruled ...

The use of live automatic facial recognition by South Wales Police Force has been ruled unlawful by the Court of Appeal. The judgement concerns the controversial trial of a system known as AFR Locate, which was deployed intermittently in Cardiff to detect the faces of members of the public between 2017 and 2019.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/automatic-facial-recognition-south-wales-unlawful/


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Coronavirus digital health passport to be supplied to 15 ...

Manchester-based cybersecurity firm VST Enterprises has signed a deal with digital health company Circle Pass Enterprises (CPE) to create a digital health passport designed to “manage a safe return to work, life, and safe travel” after the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/vst-enterprises/


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History of smart cities: Timeline - Verdict

GlobalData is the market leader in providing actionable insight into the world's biggest industries. With market analysts in 18 countries around the world, along with a team of researchers and consultants, we can provide you with the reliable, in-depth industry information you need.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/smart-cities-timeline/


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Morrisons Brexit advantage - why is the supermarket in a ...

GlobalData is the market leader in providing actionable insight into the retail industry. With market analysts in 18 countries around the world, along with a team of researchers and consultants, we can provide you with the reliable, in-depth industry information you need.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/morrisons-brexit-advantage/


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CCTV and GDPR: Are your cameras breaking data protection ...

The words General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are ingrained on the minds of businesses and consumers alike. After four years of EU-led negotiation, May 2018 saw an international rollout to bring European data regulation into line with the new ways in which data is used, introducing tougher penalties for those that breach these regulations.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/cctv-and-gdpr/


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Blockchain comes to PPE supply chain to combat quality ...

A US manufacturer has adopted blockchain technology to underpin the PPE supply chain and ensure full traceability of medical-grade items.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/blockchain-ppe-supply-chain/


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The feeling economy: “If humans want jobs, they better get ...

The rise of AI means that future in-demand skills will be decreasingly technical and increasingly emotive, creating a “feeling economy”.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/feeling-economy-jobs/


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British Sugar cannabis supplies the world – is the UK next?

British Sugar cannabis grown in the UK. British Sugar, which produces about two-thirds of the United Kingdom’s quota of sugar, has been growing a non-psychoactive variety of marijuana plant in an 18-hectare greenhouse since 2016, after phasing out its tomato plant production at the site in Norfolk.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/british-sugar-cannabis-uk-medical-marijuana/


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How assistive technology is helping people with learning ...

In the UK over 1.5 million people have a learning disability according to the Foundation for People With Learning Disabilities, of which 350,000 have a disability that’s classified as severe.. From children to adults, those living with learning disabilities tend to take longer to learn and develop new skills and often have lifelong communication difficulties.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/assistive-technology-learning-disabilities/


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No, 5G does not cause coronavirus: 3 reasons why this ...

If 5G did cause the coronavirus – which it does not – the number of countries with cases would be the same as with 5G networks. Take Sweden as an example of this: the country has no commercial 5G network, and has just one very small test network in one area of Stockholm. However, Sweden now has over 5,000 cases of coronavirus, with 308 confirmed deaths, and the first case was in the city ...

https://www.verdict.co.uk/does-5g-cause-coronavirus-no/


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How is CO2 produced commercially and why are we short of ...

There are a few reasons why there is a carbon dioxide shortage. Ultimately, it’s a combination of different factors and bad timing. How is CO 2 produced commercially?. While CO 2 can be distilled from the air, that method is expensive and inefficient.. Therefore, it is usually captured from other sources where it is a waste material.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/how-is-co2-produced-commercially-shortage/


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UK’s e-scooter driving licence law to be reassessed post ...

A key stipulation is that riders will need a full or provisional car, motorcycle or moped licence to use e-scooters. Multiple sources close to government e-scooter discussions told Verdict that the main reason a driving licence is mandatory is because it was “necessary to expedite” the trial process.. That’s because the UK’s “antiquated laws” classifies e-scooters as Personal Light ...

https://www.verdict.co.uk/escooter-driving-licence-uk/


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Claimsforce nets €7m funding to disrupt insurance claims ...

German insurtech Claimsforce has today announced that it has raised €7m in Series A funding to expand its disruption of the insurance claims process.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/claimsforce-funding-insurtech/


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Banking & Payments Predictions 2020: Fintech

GlobalData is the market leader in providing actionable insight into the world's biggest industries. With market analysts in 18 countries around the world, along with a team of researchers and consultants, we can provide you with the reliable, in-depth industry information you need.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/banking-payments-fintech/


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CEO of Lehman Brothers, Richard Fuld: Where is he now?

Richard (Dick) Fuld was the last CEO of Lehman Brothers prior to its collapse ten years ago on 15 September 2018. After years of avoiding the public eye, Fuld has been rebuilding his career as CEO of wealth and asset management firm Matrix Private Capital Group.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/ceo-of-lehman-brothers-where-is-he-now/


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How the switch to remote working is impacting mental health

Along with the current state of worry caused by the pandemic, remote working may lead to employees experiencing new mental health challenges.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/remote-working-mental-health/


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Living in Spain after Brexit: Expats urged to reconsider ...

This, he said, is despite Spain still having the same qualities that initially lured them there. “The ‘pull factors’ that attracted them to Spain in the first place – such as the more relaxed, family-orientated, more outdoors lifestyle, the weather, great schools, and work opportunities – remain intact,” he explained.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/living-in-spain-after-brexit/


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Don’t invest in Bitcoin... invest in blockchain - Verdict

Likewise, the number of deals completed climbed from 211 to 384. This includes Sequoia Capital’s $400m investment in coin miner manufacturer Bitmain, the $163m raised by blockchain-based cloud computer developer Dfinity and the banking world’s $122m investment in blockchain for business provider R3.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/invest-in-blockchain/


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Which city will be the financial centre of Europe after ...

With the prospect of a no-deal Brexit looming, the UK financial sector is preparing itself for a hit.. Despite the potential upheaval and extra red tape London’s banking and financial services will experience after leaving the European Union (EU), some are claiming that London will remain the financial capital of Europe after Brexit, with the city still topping the most recent Global ...

https://www.verdict.co.uk/financial-centre-of-europe-post-brexit/


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UK government launches online cybersecurity courses for ...

The UK government has launched online cyber security courses for young people, designed to encourage the next generation of cybersecurity professionals.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/online-cybersecurity-courses/


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Oracle blurs lightweight scenario planning with ...

GlobalData is the market leader in providing actionable insight into the technology industry. With market analysts in 18 countries around the world, along with a team of researchers and consultants, we can provide you with the reliable, in-depth industry information you need.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/scenario-planners-oracle-business/


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34 luxury bottles to make your liquor cabinet a lot more ...

With so many craft offerings on the market at the moment, it's never been harder for alcohol brands to stand out. As a result, luxury alcohol brands are looking to bottling to give their products a bit of extra flair.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/34-luxury-alcohol-bottles/


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AI in politics: Is artificial intelligence the future of ...

As part of his election pledge, Matsuda – who was working alongside Softbank vice president Tetsuzo Matsumoto and former Google vice president Norio Murakami – proposed that decision-making and policy changes should be decided by an artificially intelligent machine, which would use the datasets that the district had at its disposal to make informed decisions that were best for the people ...

https://www.verdict.co.uk/ai-in-politics/


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Trade shows are getting a re-think thanks to Covid-19 ...

GlobalData is the market leader in providing actionable insight into the technology industry. With market analysts in 18 countries around the world, along with a team of researchers and consultants, we can provide you with the reliable, in-depth industry information you need.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/trade-show-coronavirus/


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UK quietly selects AWS to store NHS Test and Trace data

Verdict has contacted the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC), which sponsors PHE, asking whether Test and Trace data was originally to be stored on a PHE private cloud.. PHE, which is overseeing Test and Trace, came under criticism after it said it will keep personal data from the scheme for up to 20 years. Data includes full name, data of birth, sex, NHS number, address and post ...

https://www.verdict.co.uk/public-health-england-aws-test-trace/


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Retail industry most vulnerable to cyber attacks, study ...

The retail industry is the most at risk to cyber threats, reflecting a number of retail cyber attacks this year. Retail is particularly vulnerable to social engineering and application security.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/retail-cyber-attacks/


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Data protection in the cloud: Priorities in today's ...

However, if organisations aren’t careful this greater flexibility comes at a price. Hybrid and multi-cloud environments can become extremely complex: an application may have its tiers residing on multiple different clouds or physical data centres.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/data-protection-cloud/


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5 future-proof jobs you should consider retraining for in ...

However, it is not true that the overall number of jobs available will reduce. In a report published earlier this year by PwC, it was found that the number of jobs will remain more-or-less the same as a result of the advent of artificial intelligence, although which industries jobs existed in would shift dramatically.. In other words, many of us will need to switch careers to remain employed ...

https://www.verdict.co.uk/future-proof-jobs-2019/


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History of computer vision: Timeline

GlobalData is the market leader in providing actionable insight into the world's biggest industries. With market analysts in 18 countries around the world, along with a team of researchers and consultants, we can provide you with the reliable, in-depth industry information you need.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/computer-vision-timeline/


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Rollout of 5G is already gathering pace in Germany - Verdict

GlobalData is the market leader in providing actionable insight into the technology industry. With market analysts in 18 countries around the world, along with a team of researchers and consultants, we can provide you with the reliable, in-depth industry information you need.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/rollout-5g-germany/


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Inside HPE's Technology Renewal Centre, its base in the ...

The 150,000 square foot facility serves as one of two management centres – the other being located in Andover, Massachusetts, the US – for the $13bn in IT assets that HPE Financial Services manages.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/hpe-circular-economy/


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CTO Talk: Q&A with Forescout's Robert McNutt - Verdict

In this Q&A, the 33rd in our weekly series, McNutt discusses the “onslaught” of new internet devices at risk to cyberattacks, explains why we need to accept change whether good or bad and shares his “humbling” Jiu-Jitsu experience. Rob Scammell: Tell us a bit about yourself – how did you end up in your current role? Robert McNutt: I’ve spent the last 15 years working in ...

https://www.verdict.co.uk/forescout-robert-mcnutt/


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Blockchain and cryptocurrency predictions for 2020 from 22 ...

2020 blockchain and cryptocurrency predictions Further Bitcoin price rises. While 2019 was a transformative year for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, I believe 2020 could be even more monumental.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/blockchain-cryptocurrency-predictions-2020/


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Covid-19, technology and the food supply chain: Strained ...

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused a shock to many systems and technology platforms upon which the modern world is built, not least the food supply chain.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/covid-19-food-supply-chain-technology/


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Brexit impact on tech industry: Technology holds breath as ...

“The most dangerous part of the Brexit process is the prolonged uncertainty. Businesses can’t prepare for the unknown and it puts the brakes on many aspects of tech start-up growth,” added Antoine Bascheira, CEO and co-founder of tech startup rating agency Early Metrics.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/brexit-impact-on-tech-industry/


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Startup Insights: Microsoft on early-stage tech startups ...

In the first of a new series, where Hub71’s global partners give us their take on the evolving startup world, we spoke to Sayed Hashish, General Manager, Microsoft UAE, about what early-stage tech startups need to do to successfully scale.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/startup-insights-microsoft-on-early-stage-tech-startups/


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Future of healthcare: What will medicine look like in 2040?

The year is 2040. You go into hospital foe a routine surgery, but unlike today, this is performed by a surgeon operating remotely from a different continent, using new blood generated inside your own body without the need for a blood donor, using medicine specifically designed to match your own DNA.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/future-of-healthcare/


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Researchers develop cybernetic coatings for human-hardware ...

Scientists have developed a cybernetic coating that could make it easier to interface hardware and human tissue. Integrating electronics in the body could provide medical benefits, such as a device that monitors for tumours.

https://www.verdict.co.uk/cybernetic-human-tissue-interface/