On this episode, Agriculture is said to be directly responsible for at least 14 per cent of total greenhouse gas emissions, thereby contributing to a global climate…
Google says its so-called quantum computer solved a problem in minutes that would take today's best supercomputer thousands of years to crack.
The future involves drinks imprinted with selfies and recipes based on the brain's individual response to smells. Bartenders also used machines such as centrifuges and rotavaps to extract flavours.
The real Theresa May is out of a job, but this English tearoom has a robot waitress named after the former Prime Minister.
The final result is cleaner, more efficient vehicles for everyone.
President Emmanuel Macron said he was “proud" or the "innovative” French army after seeing the flyboard designed by Franky Zapata.
The aim of the initiative, said designer Peter Van Wingerden, was to shorten the distance between the production and consumption of food.
How to sleep guilt free on an eco-friendly mattress.
Across a continent where 80% of food is produced by smallholder farmers, digital technologies and innovations are a game changer in transforming African agriculture.
The Koorva headset by Finnish design house Aivan is out to change the future of sustainable electronics.
The 12th century old cathedral could be potentially modernised into an energy efficient solar project.
Droids, exoskeletons, and air taxis are some of the trends and concepts highlighted at this year's VivaTech in Paris. The event aims to make France a rendezvous point for startups and technology sector leaders.
The three-day VivaTech summit begins in Paris on Thursday, with President Emmanuel Macron in attendance along with industry leaders such as Jack Ma from Alibaba, Mickey Mikitani from Rakuten, the European Commission’s Margrethe Vestager and Ginni Rometty from IBM.
Honouring leaders with outstanding achievements in business, politics and innovation, Euronews and the European Business Summit (EBS) hosted the second edition of the European Leadership Awards.
From hemp to lobster, the possibilities are various.
These eco-friendly design innovations are pushing the boundary of sustainable living.
Researchers have devised a possible solution for durable plastic waste, inspired by the ocean.
It’s time to invest in a timepiece that fights back against violence.
In a move to become more competitive on the global stage, the European Commission announced on Monday the dedication of funds to develop artificial intelligence systems.
We will see a whole host of new vehicles from the likes of Aston Martin, Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Honda, Mercedes and many more.
As this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) kicked off in Barcelona on Monday, attendees were keen to get their hands on the latest offerings from the mobile industry's key players.
China is not just playing catch-up with the West [...]. It is planning to leap over Western economies and seize nothing less than global AI dominance. China is developing a sophisticated national AI strategy and it is allocating massive government funding to capture global market share in AI.
Bicycles made of steel are heavy, aluminium can be too weak, carbon fibre too expensive and not eco-friendly. That's why manufacturers are looking to bamboo
South Korean automaker Hyundai has unveiled a car that can walk and climb on wheeled legs.
The world’s largest carmaker is on the cusp of an electrical transformation.
The exhibition focuses on the theme 'Imagining the Future City'.