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Backbench Business: Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare — [Ian Paisley in the Chair] (5 Sep 2019)

Daniel Zeichner: ...the concerns of both their patients and their colleagues. We are constantly seeing new developments in the news. One of the joys of modern life is that when we go on holiday, we still watch our iPad. This summer I noticed the debate about DeepMind and its new ability to predict acute kidney failure; it wins an extra 48 hours by looking at huge volumes of data and doing the number...

Kew Gardens (Leases) (No. 3) Bill [Lords]: Youth Services (24 Jul 2019)

Gordon Marsden: It is a great pleasure to follow my hon. Friend the Member for West Ham (Lyn Brown). She reminds us that in a digital world, where more and more young people spend time with their iPads or iPods and so on—as we all increasingly do—the need for them to have exposure to situations that those of us who were brought up in an analogue world took more for granted is extraordinarily important....

Exiting the European Union (Transport): Body Image and Mental Health (23 Jul 2019)

Jackie Doyle-Price: ...accident. Given that context and given how we use devices these days, it is not difficult to see why people are becoming much more exposed to such risks. Safe ways of using the internet—using iPads and so on to access content—has to be central to any education we give children about looking after themselves because that level of intensity clearly causes harm. The hon. Members for East...

UK Trade and Investment Strategy — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (23 Jul 2019)

Graham Stuart: ...that start-ups there can more easily come to the UK, and vice versa. It is precisely that kind of opening up of markets that is so important. I am not sure that I have ever given a speech from my iPad before. When the screen goes blank—

Parliamentary Buildings (Restoration and Renewal) Bill - Committee (Continued): Amendment 12 (22 Jul 2019)

Lord Stunell: ...our procedures will adapt to that building in ways which people will be reluctant to give up when they come back to this building—whether it is a simple thing, such as somewhere to plug in your iPad when you are sitting on the Benches, or something else that we have not even imagined. All these things need to be clearly in the minds of the sponsor body and the delivery authority. It...

Small and Village School Funding (17 Jul 2019)

Gillian Keegan: ...little is left for essentials, pencils, books and digital equipment. My local schools are using other funding streams to survive. Loxwood Primary School has a weekly cake raffle to raise money for iPads and a wish-list website where local businesses, friends of the school and parents donate items. I checked that website the other day and I saw everything from a paper guillotine to paint...

Co-Operative and Mutual Businesses (27 Jun 2019)

John Glen: ...three of new mortgages approved in the last quarter. Although the core purpose remains unchanged, building societies have not stood still. Modern branches offer video mortgage advice and banking on iPads. They are also driving some of the most interesting innovations in the mortgage market. For example, the Saffron Building Society has launched a guarantor mortgage, while Marsden is the...

Petition - Closure of Heywood Crown Post Office (25 Jun 2019)

John Bercow: The hon. Member for Heywood and Middleton (Liz McInnes) is very consumed by the graphic image on her iPad, but the more immediate matter is that of her petition.

Parliament as a Workplace (13 Jun 2019)

Mel Stride: .... There are great opportunities to use technology better here. The hon. Member for Lewisham West and Penge pointed out that we could speed up voting by holding multiple votes at the same time on iPads, provided the votes were not contingent on each other. We have real opportunities to look at using technology to do things differently, although we have to be careful in considering change in...

Discrimination in Sport (12 Jun 2019)

Hannah Bardell: ...House. On social media abuse, does she share my shock that, when I was at the Women’s World cup at the weekend, supporting Scotland, I took a clip of a celebration by a female footballer on my iPad while watching one of the other matches, posted it online, and FIFA almost instantly got in touch with Twitter and had it removed? Does the hon. Lady agree that it is incredible that social...

Financial Exclusion: Access to Cash — [Sir Henry Bellingham in the Chair] (21 May 2019)

Jamie Stone: ...will in the world, we cannot go entirely digital or contactless in a constituency such as mine. As the hon. Member for Angus (Kirstene Hair) has said, there are many areas where the iPhone and iPad simply do not work. In the case of my own Bank of Scotland card, it is already playing up, so it does not always get money out of a hole in the wall or work when I go contactless. In my...

Equality of Opportunity for Young People - Motion to Take Note (16 May 2019)

Lord Storey: ...get to know you very well. However, the downside of the internet is the pressure put on young people, especially the vulnerable. Social media works 24/7, and unless you switch off your smartphone, iPad or computer, there is no escape from it. Young people today are under huge pressure to meet what is promoted as the norm, particularly in terms of body image. Everyone promoting...

Facial Recognition and the Biometrics Strategy — [Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] (1 May 2019)

Darren Jones: ...increasingly used to using facial recognition technology, whether I have proactively agreed to it or not. I often forget my passwords these days, because I use my face to pay for things and open my iPad and phone, although as I was saying to my hon. Friend the Member for Sheffield, Heeley (Louise Haigh), that can prove tricky when I am trying to pay for things at a distance. For many of...

Trade Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 24 (13 Mar 2019)

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara: ...need arrangements for the new technologies which the noble Lord, Lord Hodgson, referred to, which will be unable to work if we do not have the services to make them do so. I wish him well with his iPad when it collapses and he cannot get the people to service it because they are unable to travel. More seriously, the fourth pillar of the GATT treaty, of which we are a member through the EU,...

Commonwealth Day (11 Mar 2019)

Pauline Latham: ...activities also give them a lasting legacy in the form of all the things they have discovered while they were out there. It shows them that they can be happy without looking at their iPhones and iPads every second of the day. It is also important to remember that people in the Commonwealth have tremendous family structures, whereas those structures have in many cases broken down in this...

Relationships and Sex Education — [Mrs Madeleine Moon in the Chair] (25 Feb 2019)

Helen Jones: ...say with great respect to parents who think that their children are not seeing all this online stuff that, although they may think that they are controlling what is on their children’s phones or iPads, they are not controlling what their children see with their friends or what is passed around in the playground and so on. It is shocking that 28% of 11-year-olds have viewed pornography....

Healthcare (International Arrangements) Bill - Committee (1st Day) (19 Feb 2019)

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames: ...up to those interventions as best I could. But after I sat down, as one always does I remembered something I probably ought to have said. To be fair, the noble Baroness, Lady Brinton, passed me her iPad with a mention of something I ought to have said. It was a quote from a document, and I will read it: “The Bill will provide a legislative framework to implement any future longer-term...

Free Childcare: Costs and Benefits — [Geraint Davies in the Chair] (19 Feb 2019)

Darren Jones: ...parents to be in work and providing fully funded childcare could have an impact on the average cost of £10,000 a year for working families. One of the consequences of reading a speech from an iPad, Mr Davies, is that pressing the wrong place on the screen returns the speech to the start, rather than staying where I was speaking from. Reducing the amount of disposable income that working...

Backbench Business: Santander Closures and Local Communities — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (14 Feb 2019)

Philippa Whitford: 20 years too early; we are not yet cashless or online. My mum, who is 84, and most people over 70 are not happy to do banking or any sensitive financial transactions online. My mum has her iPad and can do emails. It is not stupidity. She simply does not trust it. In making this change, we are leaving two decades’ worth of older citizens feeling uncomfortable and like they have had...

Secondary School Opening Hours — [Mrs Anne Main in the Chair] (11 Feb 2019)

John Howell: Has not research shown that we need to limit the amount of time people spend using screens, whether on their phones or their iPads, and that doing so can have a big effect on people’s attentiveness during class?

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