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The billionaires who want to pay more tax
Two of America's billionaires explain why they should be forced to contribute more
The ethics of AI
One of the world's top thinkers on artificial intelligence says why we should be cautious
Quantum computers: What are they good for?
Google has claimed a breakthrough in quantum computing, but what might it actually do?
Live long and prosper?
The longevity industry aims to let us all become healthy, active centenarians
The scramble for Nollywood
The international companies investing in Nigerian cinema
Africa's tech hub explosion
What impact has it had on the continent's tech startup scene?
The fight over the Parthenon Marbles
How Greece hopes to regain the ancient sculptures from the British Museum
Mental health in Africa
One of the continent's most neglected issues is finally getting some attention
Why Americans are loving trade unions again
US public support for trade unions is at its highest for years
Cryptocurrency's new frontier
Cryptocurrency mining is booming across parts of the former Soviet Union
What happened to austerity?
Do promises of increased government spending in the UK mean the end of benefits cuts?
How to change your career
A criminal turned athlete and a journalist turned teacher on the art of the career switch
The sea they plan to cover in turbines
Offshore wind power is about to hit the big time in northern Europe
Meetings, meetings everywhere...
Meetings are the bane of many an office worker's life, so why are we having more of them?
China moves from imitator to innovator
Chinese tech giants are gaining ground, but can they truly go global?
Why the owners of movies and artworks don't want you to see them
Taking football global
The pitfalls when soccer tries to break into the US and Asian markets
How 'cheap' English is conquering the world
English language has become a basic skill that kids are picking up in surprising places
A machine to break down all language barriers
The technology developers say can immediately translate any language into any other
US drug companies and the NHS
Is Britain's health service really up for sale?
Delivering in the gig economy
How online shopping is fuelling insecure work for delivery drivers
Surviving the surveillance state
How facial recognition works, how it's spreading everywhere, and how it can be fooled
Old city v new city
Should we conserve historic neighbourhoods when new homes are desperately needed?
The death of expertise
Why do so many people think they know best? Is it putting dolts in charge of government?
Brexit: What happens next?
Three experts on the next steps for Boris Johnson, Britain and the EU
When women aren't counted
Gender bias in data collection
Have you paid your taxes?
Tax evasion is rife, from Bolivia to Greece, but are we taxing the wrong things?
Our digital afterlife
What happens to your online presence when you die?
How 24/7 life is rewiring our brains
A group of artists look at how our modern hyper-connected lives are affecting our sleep
Smart cities: How Barcelona learned to listen
Smart sensors can improve citizens' lives, especially when residents are put in charge
Smart cities: Big Data's watching you
From Shenzhen to Toronto, city streets are becoming a valuable source of big data