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Captain Phatsima founded Dare to Dream, an organisation trying to get women into aviation.
The winning app is being developed by Amazon Web Services and will be released for use in schools.
More than three-quarters of consumers who haggled were offered a better deal, according to Which?
Videos about the NHS received the highest views and shares on social media platforms.
Five-year-old Jacob Scrimshaw was born eight weeks early with most of his left arm missing.
Lawyers for Quadriga users say there are "questionable circumstances" behind Gerald Cotten's death.
The BBC carried out its biggest test of machine-generated journalism to cover the general election.
Sekiro takes home game of the year as Xbox confirm new console for 2020 and big titles get a new trailers.
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Amazon's cloud computing business has been a big hit, but faces some big challenges as its boss explains.
A US-based AI institute says that the science behind the technology rests on "shaky foundations".
The internet is driving Kenya's entertainment industry and content creators are making money online.
Michael Kosanovich was standing between two cars when one was accidentally started with a remote.
Humans usually take minutes to learn how to find diamonds in the game, but AI agents struggled.
Video shows a hacker talking to a young girl in her bedroom via her family's Ring camera.
It all seems futuristic but 2019 has seen a boom in the use of cutting edge robotic technology.
The new game on US university campuses is behind computer screens as esports gets major investment.
Eleven models are not expected to get a fix until after the Christmas holiday season.
Videos containing insults based on race and sexual orientation will be removed, YouTube says.
Super Smash Bros is the only first-party Nintendo title approved for sale in the country.