Tech for Good
The finalist list has been revealed for this year's AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards, with innovative ideas from across the charity, public sector and social enterprise worlds being recognised.
Comic Relief and partners are offering grants towards creative digital solutions that improve the safety of people affected by abuse.
The new report from the Government in partnership with the Alan Turing Institute is one of the most thorough and comprehensive pieces of guidance on AI in the public sector.
Royal Mail and Missing People are partnering to deliver missing people alerts to postal workers on their handheld devices.
For the third year running, European charities are being offered grants and support to run creative coding events for young people.
Wearble technology is being used to help people suffering from mental illnesses better understand and regulate their emotions.
The Welsh cave rescue service will be able to respond more efficiently thanks to a digital callout system and improved internet.
Bethnal Green Ventures and The Children's Society are offering funds and support for organisations to launch their own digital ideas for children and young people.
Mobile app marketing consultancy Yodel Mobile are offering charities the chance to improve their app marketing through its free accelerator programme.
Google's philanthropic arm Google.org is seeking organisations for its latest Impact Challenge on Safety, with the chance to pot significant funding towards a safety-related project.