Innovations
2:50
Yesterday

Biotech incubator seeks start-ups solving African challenges

The six-month programme aims to support Southern African and Zimbabwean biotech start-ups seeking to drive change in Africa.

5:00

UKZN rocket readies for lift off

The University of KwaZulu-Natal prepares to test-launch a sounding rocket in the Western Cape.

2:10
Friday

Zensar on the path of rapid innovation

Zenlabs, Zensar's innovation hub, has filed for diverse patents within two years of its launch.

3:40
Friday

IBM gives Watson $50m healthcare boost

The computing company enters collaborations to advance the science of artificial intelligence and its application to major public health issues.

2:30

Exponential organisations a must for Africa

Keynote speaker at upcoming Africa Tech Week, global tech strategist Salim Ismail, believes Africa needs to embrace change in order to build solid businesses.

4:10
Thursday

SA start-up Xineoh gets R21m cash injection

The local artificial intelligence start-up concludes a second round of equity deals worth $1.5 million (R21 million).

5:40
Thursday

IBM's 5-in-5 foretells life-changing tech in five years

Digital farming, radical recycling and mapping the microbiome have the potential to change the way people work, live and interact, says IBM.

4:20

The age of the bot

Bennie van Rensburg, senior business optimisation manager at Altron Bytes Managed Solutions, provides an inside look at the development of the company's Botler chatbot.

4:10

Making sense of the fourth industrial revolution

The fusion and integrated use of disruptive technologies will enable change for Industry 4.0, say two University of Pretoria professors.

6:10
Wednesday

Trends 2019: Artificial intelligence goes mainstream

The rise of AI will see an era of coexistence and augmentation, as robots work with humans to make us better at what we do.

8:00
12 Feb

Internet of things helps feed the masses

IFS South Africa and Matsei Technologies develop a digital aquaponics farming solution using the Internet of things, to help combat malnutrition in Africa.