The Department for Transport is aiming to tackle one of the biggest headaches for British motorists by investing in digital technology to detect and repair the hundreds of thousands of potholes that are causing chaos on UK roads.
As the NHS braces itself for a flood of coronavirus cases, one group of GP practices is aiming to ease the current workload by becoming the first in the UK to use an online triage system, driven by artificial intelligence technology.
Organisations should set up data governance frameworks, monitor for algorithmic fairness and be ready to add or remove data on different groups in order to eliminate bias in the use of artificial intelligence.
The rise of artificial intelligence in healthcare is triggering a resurgence of mergers and acquisitions in the sector, with the number of AI-related health-tech transactions doubling every six months since the second half of 2017, reaching 10% of all deals by the end of 2019.
The UK does not need a single dedicated regulator for artificial intelligence but all regulators - from financial services, marketing and data protection - must adapt to the technology and the challenges their sectors face.
Government, business and academia are talking a good game when it comes to tackling the digital skills shortage but now there is a new menace on the market, with a lack of deep learning skills threatening to put the kibosh on widescale adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The man who spearheads Google - a company which has spent hundreds of millions of dollars, if not billions, developing artificial intelligence systems - has joined calls for AI regulation, although perhaps unsurprisingly has demanded "a sensible approach".