BBC Click investigates coronavirus misinformation and discovers the AI tools that could help track its spread and find new treatments.
BBC Click heads to Taiwan to find out what ‘Made in Taiwan’ really means in the 21st century; from healthcare artificial intelligence to solving the pollution crisis.
Artificial Intelligence is the subject of an art exhibition at London’s Barbican Museum.
It looks at AI data training and how it can be interpreted differently by humans.
As always BBC Click has great coverage.
As the Internet marks 50 years, its co-inventor Vint Cerf, tells us of his concerns for the future and challenges ahead for the web in this BBC Click interview.
BBC Click visits a children’s hospital using a new low-cost portable ultrasound scanner and see the latest gadgets from Japan’s CEATEC expo.
BBC Click explores the possible state manipulation of Wikipedia and more.
BBC Click takes look at how technology is used by protesters in Hong Kong and investigates if tech can make the fashion industry more sustainable.
In this video, BBC Click takes a a sobering look at how the internet is censored amid political instability.
And, spoiler alert, they can, they have, and they will continue to do so.
BBC Click takes a trip to Arizona, the self-driving car capital of the world, to see how the technology works and how sometimes it does not work with tragic consequences.
To celebrate their 1,000th episode, Click has created a special show that gives you complete control over what you watch.