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Machine learning meets The Beatles: AI and its role in Hollywood

​Computer advancements like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have the power to change, and often improve, all elements of society, but one application some may be less aware of i...

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The future of digital right to work: protecting our blue collar workers

​After weeks of campaigning from lobbyists, the Government announced that digital right to work checks will be extended to April 2022. The decision is a defining moment for all those who recognis...

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Are we too reliant on tech? What happened when 3.5 billion people were plunged into digital darkness

On Monday 4th October 2021, the internet briefly died. ​Well, a huge portion of it did, anyway. Social networking behemoth Facebook, along with its family of hugely popular services including Inst...

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Smart, data-driven governance or digital dystopia? Inside China’s social credit system

​The TV series Black Mirror’s near-future dystopian stories blended familiar elements of modern technology with the fictional, speculative, and often outright scary potential applications of this t...

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The lowdown: the trends in recruitment you need to know about, to get ahead

The world of recruitment is changing all the time, and staying ahead of the trends is vital in proving the candidate with the best experience possible.​In this blog, our Head of Background Screenin...

A personal Board of Directors for your career
Creating a personal 'Board of Directors' for your career

​We live in a world full of information, decisions, and unlimited choices. With all this noise, it can often be hard to navigate through everything alone. With specific people dedicated to making d...

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The technology empowering the athletes at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

Shortly after the curtain fell on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games, the Paralympic games entered full swing - 23 events across two weeks of action in the Japanese capital.While the athletes themselves...

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People of Digital…attracting the right talent with ShipNet CEO, Aden Hopkins

​People of Digital is our digital-first, interview-style video and podcast series, showcasing game-changing technologies and exciting businesses in the digital space, and uncovering emerging trends...

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Industry 4.0, construction technology, and the Internet of Things

​Across all industries, we’re in the midst of a transformation regarding the way we produce products. The construction industry is no different, and this is due to the technological revolution k...

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People of Digital… how Morson helped navigate a challenging recruitment process with ShipNet CEO, Aden Hopkins

​People of Digital is our digital-first, interview-style video and podcast series, showcasing game-changing technologies and exciting businesses in the digital space, and uncovering emerging trends...

Records tumble at Tokyo 2020: how technology is changing the Games
Records tumble at Tokyo 2020: How technology is 'changing the Games'

When an athlete’s training cycle is geared towards peaking at one specific time, how do they deal with it being pushed back a year? As the global pandemic put a grinding holt on many athletes stric...

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People of Digital… the power of fate with ShipNet CEO, Aden Hopkins

​People of Digital is our digital-first, interview-style video and podcast series, showcasing game-changing technologies and exciting businesses in the digital space, and uncovering emerging trends...

White hat hackers: A cyber career in Social Engineering
White hat hackers: A cyber career in Social Engineering

Social Engineering and hacking alone often connotes criminal activity; identify theft, fraud, Network intrusion, and the exploitation of personal information. It has become synonymous with ‘cyber-c...

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People of Digital: Machine learning, Bump and thinking wider at Tharsus

​As technology develops at an ever-increasing pace, its potential applications are widening every day. One of the fastest-growing fields in technology is machine learning and intelligent robotics.P...

Facial Recognition Technology
​The ethical dilemma of facial recognition technology

​In late May 2021 it was reported by the BBC that a camera system that uses artificial intelligence and facial recognition technology intended to reveal states of emotion in people has been tested ...

Women in engineering: Maths lover Roma turned passion into career
"It’s not a man’s world – it’s anyone’s world, so be yourself" - From BAE to ITV

​​Roma Das knew from a young age that she wanted a career that involved problem-solving. Now aged 54, she’s more than 30 years of experience in programming and software development, with jobs in in...

How Technology Will Transform the Construction Industry?
How will technology transform the construction industry?

We can’t help but look to the future and wonder how technology will transform the construction industry. Throughout the last decade we saw general awareness and an appetite for leveraging digital t...

The Artificial Intelligence Industry Report 2021: The rise of the AI jobs market
The Artificial Intelligence Industry Report 2021: The rise of the AI jobs market

​The global AI market is set to experience a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 42.2% over the next seven years.The accelerating use of data is one of the primary drivers behind the growth of AI...

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The 5 biggest perils of tech start up culture

​​There are a lot of stereotypes that people think of when someone mentions a ‘tech start-up’.Many of these stereotypes can be very positive. Company culture is one of the driving factors for recru...

All The Small Things – Tiny Inventions That Changed The World
All The Small Things – Tiny Inventions That Changed The World

​In the past, we have looked at some of the most impressive structures in the world – from bridges, to nuclear power stations, to other construction and infrastructure projects. Everything we’ve lo...