Artificial intelligence tools can analyse huge amounts of public health data, spot trends in disease development and monitor people’s safety, all of which give doctors and nurses more time to
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As the London-based cultural institution turns 30 this year, we look back at its story, from its beginnings as a small space in the basement of the V&A museum, its
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This month, you can suss out the brightest up-and-coming creative talent at D&AD New Blood Festival, learn about how the industry is dealing with gender equality and delve into the
We look back at the life and work of Pearlfisher’s co-founder, who has died aged 59 and leaves behind her a 30-year creative legacy, including an ample client list, sustainability
The brand has lost the right to trademark a symbol of three parallel lines appearing in “any direction”, on the basis that this is not unique to Adidas.
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