Crucial agreements pave way for Square Kilometre Array
Commercial electric planes to take off in five years
As the global aviation industry advances, airlines across the globe are expected to increasingly adopt electric planes due to their lower operating costs.
Renewable energy still a drop in the ocean in SA
In 2020, three-quarters of SA’s total primary energy supply was derived from burning coal – more than double the G20 average, says Climate Transparency.
Use of AI to ‘resurrect’ the dead expected to gain prominence
The trend of using emerging technologies to preserve the personalities of departed people in virtual form is predicted to boom over the next few years.
SA’s ‘amazing’ talent pool attracts UK-based start-up
Predictive analytics firm Ramp looks to tap into the local talent pool, as it charts a future into the new wave of prescriptive analytics.
Society 5.0: This is why it absolutely does matter
Three University of Pretoria professors say Society 5.0 will see the humanising of technology, requiring designers and software developers to become more human-oriented.
GTC global experience to draw 200k for AI knowledge sharing
Hosted by NVIDIA, GTC is a conference for AI innovators, technologists and creators.
Discovery Bank’s R1bn loss in line with expectations, says CEO
The Discovery Health-owned bank continues to invest heavily to reach long-term growth projections, says Discovery Bank CEO Hylton Kallner.
RMB debuts online hub to ease issuing of debt instruments
The financial services company unveils Intengo, a digital marketplace for users to issue debt instruments through online auctions.
R22m Wits surgical lab uses IT in versatile environment
The education institution officially opens a multimillion-rand skills lab, equipped with the latest medical technologies, to train South African surgeons.
City of Joburg brings tech onboard its war on potholes
A smart mobility initiative sees the city unveil its new Pothole Patrol app and WhatsApp-based chatbot for residents to report potholes.
Motorists get option to pay online to renew car licences
The Road Traffic Management Corporation joins forces with FNB to offer a service that allows motorists to renew and pay for their licence discs online.