Tech Trust's 2019 annual whitepaper reveals the biggest charity sector tech trends - and how digital can help narrow the divide between the charities improving their impact and those in danger of being left behind.
CAF's Rhodri Davies asks what the world will be like for charities once the internet has truly broken out of smartphones and devices and into the world at large.
Pepper the robot will give a demonstration to the education select committee as part of its investigation on the future role of artificial intelligence in the workplace.
Rob Leyland, Innovation Manager at Cancer Research UK gave us a behind-the-scenes insight into the charity's work on chatbots and voice-enabled tech to inform and educate.
The grants will help CALM (Campaign against Living Miserably) and Missing People to handle more enquiries and has prompted the creation of a charity sector wide artificial intelligence expert group.
We highlight some of the emerging digital fundraising opportunities for charities large and small to start exploring now.
Tech Trust is inviting charities across the UK to take part in their second annual large-scale survey on digital use in the charity sctor.
Funding has been made available for charities and small businesses as part of a government commitment to help develop cutting edge technologies.
Younger donors are more than twice as likely to give to charity via mobile device than Baby Boomers and are significantly more likely to turn to social media for information about a charity.
A new report into global trends has been released by Salesforce.org, showcasing some of the challenges facing charities. We've highlighted the key analyses.