As global dependence on digital technology grows rapidly, brands explore how they can reach consumers better with more humanised technology, and Dubai startups train AI with what they call ethical data to gain the trust of its users.
Farm of the Future is a project in partnership with the EU Commission's 'Farm to Fork' strategy. It uses the latest technology and innovations to produce sustainable agriculture for a healthier planet.
Wijnand Sukkel works for Farm of the Future in the Netherlands. This project is harnessing technology and innovative production to make farming sustainable. Sukkels knows what is needed to turn agriculture around.
Scientists are working on ways to bring back species that disappeared a long time ago.
The coronavirus pandemic has presented enormous challenges to healthcare providers, businesses, governments, and to the general public.
Business Planet heads to Iasi in Romania to see how one tech company got its pharmacy app off the ground thanks to being part of a cluster.
A fun, eco-friendly app is engaging children with the climate crisis through interactive artwork.
Japan is rapidly understanding the opportunities that smart cities can provide to help an aging population and to enhance general well-being. We take a look at two Japanese smart towns and their different solution-oriented smart projects.
This high-altitude solar power plant sits in a stunning location, floating on a lake in between the Swiss Alps.
From bioengineering and gene editing to cybersecurity, 5G, and much more, the future is very much under the spotlight at the 40th annual Gulf Information Technology Exhibition in Dubai.
27-year-old Carvey Ehren Maigue is pioneering a new form of renewable energy which can help farmers.
There’s a lot more to virtual reality than video games and films; whether streamlining design processes or bringing lessons to life, VR is already enhancing how we live and work. Sci-Tech investigates.
The new Nestore personalised coaching app aims to give you hints and tips on how to stay well as you get older.
The sudden explosion in distance learning because of COVID-19 has been positive in some areas and challenging in others - but how will it be incorporated in education going forward? Focus takes a look at the background to e-learning and - and how it's working now for students, educators and adults.
Can food waste by-products be re-used to produce car parts and other industrial items, purposes unimaginable just a few years ago? The EU-supported BARBARA Project has made some big steps forward in that direction. Futuris visits Spain to find out more.