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Teachers express concern over schools’ readiness for ChatGPT

Study from BCS finds that the majority of computing educators believe that chatbots will create

Government Counter Disinformation Unit ‘does not monitor individuals’, minister pledges

Paul Scully responds to ongoing questions following revelations that Army brigade was deployed to assess

DWP plans to enable UC claims by prisoners nearing release

Department reveals tests are taking place in 15 institutions Credit: Crown Copyright/Open Govermment Licence v3.0 The

Asylum backlog tops 160,000 as Home Office streamlines process for five countries

Digital transformation often cited by ministers appears to have had little impact Credit: Crown Copyright/Open Govermment

Government breaks ground on Manchester hub to boost plans for north-west ‘cyber corridor’

Hundreds of anti-fraud officials have been moved to Manchester as government talks up technological potential

GDS boss: ‘One Login has very strong cybersecurity – and will uphold privacy’

Tom Read discusses ongoing consultation and says that new legislation will not affect commitment to

Courts digital system still has ‘significant gaps in functionality’, auditors find

NAO report claims that HMCTS needs to better understand improvements required by £1.3bn transformation scheme

Soon-to-close DIT presses on with hunt for digital transformation expert for £145k ops chief role

Trade agency is shortly to be merged into expanded Department for Business and Trade Credit: Pixabay

Sunak pours cold water on Blair’s call for state digital ID scheme

Former PM publishes paper calling for government to manage digital identity marketplace – but current

Scotland unveils health and care data strategy to ‘empower’ patients

Minister unveils plan and stresses importance of ‘taking people with us’  Credit: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay The Scottish

NHS plans £150m framework to help solve trusts legacy issues with patient data

Health service identifies problems caused by organisations’ requirement to maintain multiple systems Credit: Crown Copyright/Open Government

Consumer watchdog seeks behavioural science guru to analyse firms’ online influence tactics

Competition and Markets Authority advertises role at head of dedicated hub which analyses ‘high-pressure’ sales

DWP and software firms exploring retirement savings platforms for self-employed – pensions minister

Laura Trott claims that automatic enrolment remains unsuitable for freelances – but other digital options

Government appoints Angela McLean as first female chief scientific adviser

MoD science chief replaces Patrick Vallance in an appointment the government hopes will ‘inspire women

Cabinet Office taps data analytics firm for ‘spring clean’ of millions of files

Department extends existing supplier engagement in £500k deal Credit: tookapic/Pixabay The Cabinet Office has signed a

Ex-cabinet minister probes authorisation for Army unit to monitor citizens’ social posts

Former Brexit secretary David Davis’s question on the use of information ops brigade goes unanswered

‘Top Secret UK eyes only’ – MoD plots new infrastructure for highly classified information

Facility in south-east England is likely to include private cloud and physical storage Credit: Tayeb Mezahdia/Pixabay

Politicians sound alarm over Chinese tech risks

Senior parliamentarians express need for government-wide vigilance Credit: PublicDomainPictures/Pixabay Prominent politicians have expressed significant concerns about
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