The combination of sound recognition and movement is the subject of a new patent, granted to Audio Analytic this week.
Law firm Stone King anticipates a rise in unfair dismissal claims from employees dismissed after refusing to wear face coverings in the workplace. It says in order to fairly dismiss an employee, an employer must rely on one of five potentially fair reasons, which include redundancy, capability and misconduct.
The oldest commercial law firm in Serbia, JPM Janković Popović Mitić, has become the first law firm in the region to announce its use of Luminance’s revolutionary eDiscovery software to enhance the process of investigations and litigation at the firm.
Businesses are increasingly concerned about the global shortage of high-powered computer chips.
Anglian Water is embarking on a huge £630million investment programme for the financial year ahead. The largest investment ever planned for a single year will be spent across the entire East of England, which is the driest and one of the fastest-growing parts of the country.
Cambridge Museum of Technology is recruiting new trustees to serve on its board, to reflect the diversity of the community and bring the skills to support the ongoing development of the museum.
Darktrace, a leading autonomous cyber security AI company, has announced that it is extending its partnership with McLaren Racing and embarking on a new sponsorship of the Arrow McLaren SP.
Cambridge City Council and the Eastern Region Section of the Showmen’s Guild of Great Britain have announced the postponement of the Midsummer Fair which was scheduled to take place on Midsummer Common from 23-28 June this year.
Auditors are certified as having the proper qualifications, so does the educational background of such an auditor matter? A new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School finds that it does, as those with quantitative backgrounds produce better audits.
To help organisations explore and manage the advantages the cloud provides, the latest release of Redgate’s popular database monitoring tool, SQL Monitor, now supports Amazon EC2 and RDS, and Azure SQL Database and Azure Managed Instances as well as on-premises SQL Server.
Across Cambridgeshire many young children are experiencing challenges to their mental health and the coronavirus pandemic has made the situation worse. With opportunities to see friends, family, and to play freely outside removed, routines disrupted and important milestones lost, children are showing an increase in mental health problems. One...
You’ve likely heard of the importance of sales velocity. However, there’s another metric that’s arguably even more crucial: deal velocity.
Sales velocity—a measurement of how quickly a deal moves through your pipeline—has long been considered a crucial metric. But sales velocity alone doesn't tell the whole story. The time taken by the...
Following the launch of the ADDERLink™ XD600 series, Adder is excited to announce a new addition to its range of KVM extenders - introducing the ADDERLink XD612.
Alchemab Therapeutics, a biotech company developing novel products for patients with hard-to-treat diseases by harnessing the power of naturally protective antibodies, today announces the completion of a £60 million ($82 million) Series A financing round.
In December 2020, HMRC quietly released a draft supplementary form (CT600L) to be completed by all companies claiming R&D tax relief from 1 April 2021. The form has now been finalised and published on HMRC’s website. Price Bailey takes a look at what the form is and what companies should do.
Today the RSM Financial Conditions Index continued to improve, and with it a trajectory that steepened marginally, reflecting a wider more optimistic mood among policymakers and analysts as they revise up their Q1 GDP figures.
To stay ahead of the relentless pace of technology, NVIDIA and the Arm ecosystem have been expanding where they collaborate to help their partners meet the ever-evolving demands of compute, particularly in the digital infrastructure.
Four entrepreneurs connected to Cambridge Judge Business School have been awarded the Innovate UK Women in Innovation...
CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing can lead to unintended mutations at the targeted section of DNA in early human embryos, researchers have revealed. This highlights the need for further research into the effects of CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing, especially when used to edit human DNA in laboratory research.
Applications close next week (23 April) for Cambridge Judge Business School's 2021 Ignite Founders' Challenge - a programme which aims to back the next generation of early-stage entrepreneurs.