AI tech enables robots to feel pain, stitch their wounds
Researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, develop a way for robots to have the AI to recognise pain and self-repair when damaged.
Automation requires upskilling as much of the workforce as possible
A look at what goes into the making of a successful automation journey and the outcomes businesses can expect to achieve, particularly when it comes to the workforce.
Enterprise 5.0: The quantum leap business must make after COVID-19
To leverage fourth industrial revolution technologies to the fullest, companies have to look beyond technology to include the human element.
Back to school: Robotics, coding curriculum pushed back
The education department stalls on coding and robotics curriculum, planning to kick-start the pilot only at the beginning of the second term.
SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development
While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.
The fourth industrial revolution is on our doorstep
Organisations are implementing robotics and IA programmes, but their ROI is being affected as little attention is given to processes, practices, people and company culture, says Seugnet van den Berg, a founding partner at Bizmod Consulting.
eBook: Is your network geared for the digital world?
Dimension Data eBook unpacks why building a digital business on a solid network infrastructure is crucial.
SA develops coding, robotics curricula for Grade R-9
The curricula, set to be implemented next year, will prepare learners for the fourth industrial revolution.