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AI-powered advertising copywriters are coming, but can they be taught to be as inventive as humans?
How technology and community support is keeping people with dementia in Japan safe.
Each year in Japan thousands of elderly dementia sufferers go missing, but technology can now help.
Nobel prize-winner Randy Schekman is launching a new project to tackle Parkinson's disease.
Sam Turner is the youngest member of a foundry team and is keen to keep the skills alive.
Celebrity influencers are being used to promote cryptoasset or currency trading schemes which are scams.
Teams are missing out on £142m from their stadiums, with Man United's ground the most valuable asset, a report says.
Only one in four people would consider buying a fully electric car in the next five years, a study says.
It happened on the Brae Alpha platform in 2015, luckily while most of the personnel were gathered for their Boxing Day meal.
The US car giant says it will shed 10% of its global workforce by the end of August to save $600m a year.
Troubled travel firm has been reassuring customers who flooded the firm with concerns about holiday trips.
Those inside the containers have enough food and water to last them for a week, it is claimed.
Customers will be able to post parcels in the same way as letters, as long as postage is pre-paid.
Europe's biggest discount airline says profits could fall again as fuel prices rise and fares fall.
Analysts had tipped the world's third largest economy would shrink slightly at the start of 2019.
A senior adviser to the German government fears another European financial crisis could be brewing.
With voting completed, India is now waiting to see who will be its next prime minister.
Travel website boss Avi Meir advises focusing on staff because "your team is your product".
How a troubled childhood gave investor Guy Hands the drive to succeed in life.
About 80 trains a day were significantly late and another 660 trains per day were cancelled.