The 10 most read articles on Top Business Tech in 2019

Top Business Tech, AI, The 10 most read articles on Top Business Tech in 2019

Well, 2019 has been quite the year. From our humble beginnings, Top Business Tech has grown exponentially, reaching new readers from 179 countries across the globe and setting, then breaking new goals, month after month. We’re immensely proud of how far we’ve come, but we know that it would have been impossible without our dedicated readership and all the businesses and individuals who have helped along the way. 

Top Business Tech would like to thank all of you who have contributed an article, lent your expertise, invited us to an event, offered comments or opinions, read an article, downloaded a white paper, shared a post or connected with us in any way.

To kick start 2020, here is a list of our most-read articles last year, in no particular order. 


Top Business Tech’s top 10
most-read posts of 2019



1) Monzo: how the bank of the future uses AI

Top Business Tech, AI, The 10 most read articles on Top Business Tech in 2019

Monzo is changing perceptions of financial institutions, one “hot coral” card at a time. Top Business Tech spoke with their machine learning lead to look at how AI is transforming banking. Read more here.



2) Smart City Britain: What will London look like in 2050?

A smart city is more than just access to fast internet. As London becomes a tech epicentre, it will embrace futuristic infrastructure in the next 30 years. Read more here.



3) NEOM: Saudi Arabia’s revolutionary smart city

Top Business Tech, AI, The 10 most read articles on Top Business Tech in 2019

With untold riches and lofty ambitions, Saudi Arabia’s NEOM looks to venture into developing a smart city from the ground up with innovative technology in mind. Read more here.



4) How Tractable is revolutionising insurance with AI

What if insurance claims could be made based on data drawing from millions of images? Top Business Tech spoke to Tractable, the AI company reimagining an industry with technology. Read more here.



5) Black Mirror tech: how real is the AI in the show?

How far away are we from uploading ourselves to the cloud? Top Business Tech asked AI expert Ian Rowan to break down five uses of AI in Netflix’s Black Mirror. Read more here.



6) Elon Musk and Jack Ma met at the World AI Conference and didn’t quite see eye to eye

Top Business Tech, AI, The 10 most read articles on Top Business Tech in 2019

Last August, at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai, two business titans came together to debate the future of AI. Read more here.



7) Where do humans fit into Industry 4.0?

In the infancy of the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0, we will need to keep up with technological advancements or be left behind. Read more here.



8) Software ate the world. Now it’s Blockchain’s turn

In November, Nuke Goldstein, CTO of Celsius Network, contributed an article about blockchain’s potential to unseat traditional, centralised services. Read more here.



9) Check out Nurio: the product that controls IoT devices with thought control

Check out Nurio: the product that controls IoT devices with thought control

Imagine being able to turn on the TV just by thinking about it. That’s the premise of Nurio, an earpiece that turns brainwaves into commands for your IoT devices. Read more here.



10) 2020: Predictions from Industry Leaders and Experts

As the end of the year approached, industry leaders and experts contributing their predictions for 2020. We rounded up the best of the bunch from cybersecurity, edge, blockchain and cryptocurrency experts. Read more here.

Top Business Tech, AI, The 10 most read articles on Top Business Tech in 2019

Ben Kansy

Ben is a multimedia journalist with a keen passion for technology, literature and art. When he isn't writing you can find him wandering around London's museums and galleries.

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