In Bristol, United Kingdom, the world's first clinical trial of 3D-printed bionic hands for child amputees has begun. The technology is manufactured by a company called Open Bionics based in South Gloucestershire, launched four years ago. Upon success of the trial, the bionic hands will become available on the National health Service.
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Denmark's Prime Minister has claimed that the Scandinavian country is not properly equipped to adapt to the technologically driven changes of the labor market, following US ride-sharing firm Uber's decision to leave the country due to what it deemed to be unfair regulatory policies introduced by the government.
Police in the UK has claimed the introduction of wearable cameras in order to monitor alleged police misconduct and offer greater transparency has been a success. However, it has received mixed reviews with some expressing their ethical concerns over the issue of privacy.
A team of Czech and British scientists have successfully tested what they've described as a 'super laser' which they believe to be 10 times more powerful than any other type of similar laser in the entire world.
The ETSI have published a report on Three Home Gateway Initiative Specifications after the work was transferred to them following the closure of the Home Gateway Initiative in June, 2016.
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