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The role of tech in future education

Advances in technology will allow teachers to spend less time on routine tasks and give them new ways to understand and interact with their students, says Microsoft


IBM officially launches POWER9 in SA

IBM's POWER9 enterprise servers are designed to take companies into a multi-cloud artificial intelligence-enabled future.


African organisation of the future is autonomous

Automation technologies will present infinite opportunities for African businesses, says Oracle.


Artificial intelligence boosts digital commerce

The majority of digital commerce organisations report their AI projects are successful, says Gartner.

12 Oct

Huawei puts AI at centre of smart cities

At the Huawei Connect event, the company discussed how to build new smart cities using artificial intelligence.

11 Oct

Huawei in AI offensive

The company unveils a slew of artificial intelligence-focused products at the Huawei Connect event in China.

11 Oct

Google wants to be taken seriously as enterprise player

The Google Cloud Next 2018 conference is taking place in London, and the company aims to show customers how its cloud services differ from major rivals.


Open Data Initiative to empower a new generation of customer experiences

Industry leaders team up to help customers connect data across their organisations, find powerful insights and deliver intelligent services with AI.

10 Oct

Amazon scraps secret AI recruiting tool

The company's experimental artificial intelligence hiring tool showed bias against women, highlighting the limitations of machine learning.


Microsoft make cybercriminals see red

Businesses in the Middle East and Africa are key targets for cyber attackers, says Microsoft.


Seeing AI: Helping blind and low-vision people navigate the world with an app

Blindness affects 36 million people worldwide, and another 217 million have moderate to severe vision impairment.


White paper: Artificial Intelligence and its role in society

Technology has transformed the way we live and work over the past twenty years, says Microsoft.

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