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Covid-19: NHS contact-tracing app to be trialled on the Isle of Wight

An NHS contact-tracing app is being trialled on the Isle of Wight, with council and healthcare workers among the first to use it.

FlyResearch poll: week four update

London based online market research agency FlyResearch has been issuing weekly polls to its research panel throughout the coronavirus pandemic to project how the outbreak has been impacting the daily life of UK citizens. In conversation with The Parliamentary Review, managing partner Greg Ward discusses the findings from the fourth week of polling.

Mistura launch MaPPs free trial as part of Covid-19 response

Mistura Informatics Limited is a software developer of medicines information and medicines adherence applications based in Ashington, Northumberland. In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the business has launched a three-month free trial of its flagship MaPPs online system to aid patients and healthcare professionals during the crisis.

"We have changed the way we run things": Sparta Global CEO discusses the firm's response to Covid-19

In conversation with The Parliamentary Review, Sparta Global CEO and founder David Rai discusses the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic and how the firm has responded.

Sparta Global scoops Employer of the Year accolade at 2020 Technology Playmaker Awards

Technology services company Sparta Global has been crowned the Employer of the Year at the 2020 Technology Playmaker Awards in partnership with Booking.com.

Priocept vision of educating about technology underway

Research carried out by RS Components has revealed that four in five teachers now use education technology in each of their lessons, suggesting that one firm’s hopes of educating youngsters in how to use technology is being fulfilled.

Ofcom granted new powers to regulate user-generated content platforms

Ofcom has been granted new powers to force social media firms to respond to harmful content posted on their platforms.

Job creation possibilities spring from automation for companies like Oldham Seals Group

According to ABI Research, by 2022 autonomous mobile robots (AMR) will start to overtake the traditional industrial robotics market. By 2030, 8 million robots are forecast to be shipped, nearly 6 million of which will be mobile. Workers and trade groups have long worried about the impact automation and robotics will have on blue collar jobs – and perhaps they’re right to be concerned.

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