The Prime Minister met Angela Merkel in Berlin yesterday to seek concessions on the Brexit deal. What would the markets make of a Tory leadership challenge? (Photo: Getty Images.)
You and AI
Leading technologist and theoretical neuroscientist, Dr Vivienne Ming, on humans' relationship with AI. She tells Today that "we're afraid of AI because we're afraid of ourselves". She uses the analogy that currently the technology is like a hammer - it's "what you build with it that actually matters".
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Tuesday's business with Dominic O'Connell
Now that Prime Minister Theresa May has postponed the Brexit vote in the Commons, what is the reaction from business? Plus markets and Crossrail. (Photo: Getty Images.)
Paddy McAloon and Prefab Sprout
Paddy McAloon, the front man of British '80s band Prefab Sprout, on making music despite sight and hearing loss. Today reporter Nicola Stanbridge visits him in his home studio, and gets an exclusive taste of his next album which is still a work-in-progress.
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Brexit: Countdown to Parliament vote
The Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, says the meaningful vote on Brexit will go ahead as planned on Tuesday, despite reports that it could be postponed. He also says that the verdict by the European Court of Justice that the UK can unilaterally cancel Brexit "doesn't alter the referendum result".
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