Edge computing critical to success of autonomous vehicles

Schneider Electric execs explained the role of edge computing as it relates to self-driving vehicles, at the “Life at the Edge” media conference in Singapore.


Gartner lifts the lid on barriers to AI adoption

The research firm highlights three obstacles to adoption of artificial intelligence, with skills noted as the number one barrier.


A revolution every business should talk about

The fourth industrial revolution is so powerful and visible because its features are defining the world, says Bernard Ford, CEO of One Channel.


SA SME Fund, TIA co-invest R350m in tech start-ups

The organisations form a partnership to invest in a hardware tech incubator, University Technology Fund and biotechnology.


Akhani 3D lets forward-thinking manufacturing businesses 'Make Possible'

Additive manufacturing is no longer a trend on its way into the mainstream, it’s a serious global business, says Akhani 3D.


Calix to present 'Owning the Connected Home: A Service Provider Imperative' at FTTX Council Conference

Thomas Martin, principal solutions engineer, global sales at Calix, will present at FTTX Council Conference in Johannesburg, on 8 October.


Hisense SA hosts B2B trade show

Guests learned about the commercial display products, laser TVs, POS machines, commercial air-conditioners, commercial freezers and beverage coolers.


Calls for tech energy rethink as SA’s coal exports dry up

Faced with declining coal exports, SA must prepare for the ongoing technology-driven transition away from fossil fuels, says a research institute.


UJ launches Institute for Intelligent Systems

The institute seeks to place science, technology and innovation at the centre of SA’s development by providing research and academic programmes to students.


NASA astronaut inspires SA scholars to become ‘Mars generation’

Former NASA spaceman Dr Don Thomas collaborates with STEM organisation Living Maths to encourage local scholars to enter STEM-related careers.

13 Sep

Tech revolution poses threat to finance jobs

An analyst predicts a significant number of jobs in financial services will be lost as technology advances.