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The UK has become one of the first countries in Europe where people will be able to receive flood alerts on their computer, phone or personal device through the Google Public Alerts map.

We're looking at the most valuable startups coming out of London. This week, we're checking out startups operating in the sports world.

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced a £250 million investment in artificial intelligence for the NHS.

Sportswear giant Nike has spent an undisclosed sum to acquire artificial intelligence startup Celect, in order to work on its direct-to-consumer strategy.

London-based sports booking management platform, fibodo, has appointed a new Head of Business Development to continue its growth within the fitness industry.

New research has highlighted that smart speakers in the home like Google Home and Amazon Echo are set to drive the next wave of e-commerce.

Team Bumble, part of Gen.G

Dating and social networking app Bumble has signed an official sponsorship deal with Gen.G, and will sponsor an all-female eSports team called 'Team Bumble'.

London-based internet domain name registrar CentralNic Group said it has acquired New Zealand domain name firm Ideegeo Group Limited in a deal worth £2.75 million ($5.2m NZD).

The UK public is wary of the impact artificial intelligence (AI) could have on jobs and their personal data but, weirdly, still feel it will be a force for good, new research has found.

Snap, the company behind Snapchat, is attempting to raise $1 billion in new debt financing.


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