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Refugees without protected statuses or identities could gain access to financial services with this innovative blockchain technology.
A simple home system could mean the difference of survival for those in poorer regions.
An encrypted messaging platform has released a new feature that hides a user’s identity from the app.
Springwise takes a look at Singapore as a potential innovation hub of the future, with key examples of remarkable innovation from the city-state.
This app could help users have a clearer idea of their digital identity.
A new menstrual pad collects period blood for diagnostic testing on a subscription basis.
This algorithmic personal data agent could help users take back control of their personal data online.
The digital world is as omnipresent and influential as the real one nowadays, and so managing your data is a pressing concern for many users. Discover our selection of the best innovations to help you protect your data in the modern world.
An e-commerce platform has implemented blockchain technology to keep product and seller history on a secure digital record forever.
Researchers have developed a way to identify footsteps with biometric scanning and artificial intelligence.
The unmanned underwater vehicles are part of the Chinese government’s plan to expand the country’s naval power using AI technology.
Launched on Kickstarter, Locky has the features of both a smart lock and key tracker.
A new service hopes to allow users to take back control of their personal data usage.
Students created T-shirts and hoodies to encourage US citizens to vote in upcoming gun control legislation.
University research project aims to highlight potential dangers of facial analysis technology.
The UK has launched an AI tool that detects online propaganda from terrorist organisations.
An easy-to-install hardware product can protect all devices in the home from surveillance that compromizes users security and identity.
A new Chinese drone can mimic the flight of birds to perform undetectable surveillance from the sky.
New facial recognition software pioneered by two startups will be used for security screenings in a new airport in Beijing.
A net gun armed multicopter can hover indefinitely to ensure safe removal of unlicensed drones from the air.
Our latest Tech Explained helps you understand how biometric technology works to identify someone from their handprints, fingerprints, voice or iris.