Neurotechnology: The brain wired for healthcare
The answer to some of mankind’s biggest medical problems is likely in the future to be found at the confluence of science and technology.
Objects of scrutiny: Facial recognition and our biometric future
Smart technology will greatly impact our future privacy, as our faces, the way we walk, our mannerisms and body language will be catalogued as identificational data.
SA leans towards dystopian tech future unless moves are made soon
A dystopian future is a very real risk and would increase the digital divide, where access to basic services and digital services becomes more and more limited.
Internet of things: The ‘things’ are getting smarter
Greatly increased computing power, cloud technology, machine learning and autonomous decision-making are revolutionising the role devices play in our lives.
Effective data-gathering for process efficiency
It’s vital to have a strong data-gathering foundation before looking to smart technology to produce executive dashboards, alerts and autonomously-generated instructions.
The perils and promise of smart automation in South Africa
An intelligent automation journey must first, and foremost, be driven by the business strategy, as too many tech initiatives are initiated and managed solely by the tech team.
IITPSA welcomes SARS moves to harness big data, AI for tax collection
The South African Revenue Service plans to use big data analytics and artificial intelligence to improve revenue collection and locate tax evaders.
AI – inevitable, but not for everyone right now
Artificial intelligence can revolutionise business, but it should not be deployed unless there is a solid business case for it.
Teens in AI hack joins fight against coronavirus
A global hackathon involving youth in the fight against COVID-19 is hosted by Teens in AI this week.
SA lags in terms of IOT adoption
The promise of IOT is still not being fulfilled, according to a briefing held by the IITPSA this week.
Teens in AI, Redhill School get girls hacking AI solutions
Redhill School partnered with Teens in AI to host the first ‘Girls in AI’ hackathon and encourage female presence in tech.