COP28 hit the ground running today, propelled by a rallying call from King Charles, who warned that humanity’s “own survivability will be imperiled” unless we “restore nature's economy”.
This evolution is 25 years in the making.
It’s not often that Kamala Harris, Ursula Von Der Leyen and Elon Musk decide to congregate in Bedfordshire, which demonstrates the importance and pull that the AI Safety Summit created this week.
AI has huge potential for the cybersecurity sector. It can help speed up threat detection, alert users on compromises and minimise the impact of a breach.
I have always had a fascination with the nightlife industry. From the age of 15 I could be found in London clubs, pretty much every weekend, getting my dancefloor fix. So, in 2010 it was only natural that I ventured to Ibiza.
New York City’s been on my mind; not because I’m homesick for Broadway and bagels, but because last week was the culmination of the UN General Assembly and New York Climate Week.
“Gen A” is appearing in planning decks but it’s easy to forget just how incredibly recently we started thinking of generations as a “thing”.
One of the quirky eccentricities of the English language and frequently butchered by reality TV stars, idioms seem increasingly ubiquitous in today’s vernacular.
It’s been 5 days since the Lionesses' defeat to Spain in the Women’s World Cup final and whilst my heart still hurts, we cannot forget this historical moment.