Full Beam Ahead For The Solar Car Revolution

The future of cars looks decidedly sunny – it might have taken almost 60 years, but we are finally on the cusp of a solar car revolution

by Nick Harding

An Interview With ChatGPT: The New AI Experts Warn Could Change Society

The world is talking about ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence some believe will create mass unemployment and civil unrest. Scary? We asked it!

by Nick Harding

Turn Tech Into Treasure: Easy Ways To Recycle E-Waste In The UAE

Old phones abandoned in drawers could be transformed into solar panels and wind turbines. Here’s how recycling your e-waste can give new life to dead tech.

by Michelle Kuehn

Man Versus Machine: Are Cyborgs The Future?

If cyborg science was once the stuff of fiction, it’s fast becoming a reality. But are the pioneering people leading the movement at the vanguard of what human kind will inevitably become? Or outsiders demonstrating a creepy future nobody wants?

by Josh Sims

Stunning Luxury Interior Decor Made From Date Seeds, Fish Scales and Tea!

Local designers in the UAE have created contemporary, chic and eco-friendly lights and furniture using waste material

by Tessy Koshy

Diary Of A Digital Detox: What I Learnt Was Important After Two Weeks Without Social Media

From working, shopping and connecting with our loved ones, we do everything online so what happens when you flick the off switch on a digital detox?

by Nick Harding

Five Ethical Influencers to Bring Substance to Your Scrolling 

Brimming with interesting tips, opinions and hard-hitting facts, these sustainability-focused content creators will keep you inspired and motivated

by Harriet Shephard

Cryptocurrency. The Trend that Uses More Energy than an Entire Country

The annual energy required by cryptocurrency is more than that of an entire country, leading to concern about its ecological footprint.

by Josh Sims

‘It’s just a sweet kid,’ says Google engineer who hired a lawyer for ‘sentient’ AI programme that FEARS being switched off

Blake Lemoine believes the Google chatbot LaMDA has the feelings of a seven-year-old child and says being turned off would be ‘exactly like dying’

by Karen Pasquali Jones