In the last few years, gradually, and despite lamentations from the old guard, the world has started to accept the reality of a new economy. Whatever nomenclature one denotes the phenomenon, it is clear that it is here to stay. What is clearer, at least to Charlie Muirhead and Tabitha Goldstaub, is that for the UK to stay ahead of the curve, there is absolutely no time to waste in adapting to Artificial Intelligence. "I've spent 20 years building tech companies," says Muirhead, a serial entrepreneur who has founded a menagerie of distinguished firms, starting when he was just 18. "It's absolutely my passion, I love doing it, and two years ago, we were thinking: 'what's the next opportunity to focus on?' We wanted to make a contribution – something not to make money."
Jun-27-2017, 08:45:21 GMT