How Tech Can Save The World

How Tech Can Save the World

With the Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP) 27 coming to a close last week, it’s important to highlight what the tech industry is doing to help solve the problems facing our world. Here are five ways tech can save the world:

Africa Fintech Summit 2022: Everything You Need to Know!

Last week Cape Town was host to the 8th Africa Fintech Summit. Business leaders, startup founders, venture capitalists, angel investors, and many other key elements in the fintech landscape flocked to the Cape Town International Convention Centre on the 2nd of November to the 4th.

AI and Art: 5 Tech Projects that will Change Art Forever

Recently AI has been making waves in the art community. This is because there are a number of new AI projects that have been involved in automating artworks.

Critics are often concerned with how AI uses existing art as reference without providing credit to the original creator. There are also concerns around the future of art, if AI is able to create work at a greater scale and pace than human artists, what space would there be for human creators.

4 Tech Startups that Will Change Africa and What You Need to Know About Them

Startups and tech organisations are an amazing way to disrupt and leapfrog the barriers that prevent Africa from catching up to the rest of the world.

Innovation throughout every sphere of life allows the people in Africa to live full lives and overcome the hurdles that they face daily.

We have decided to profile 4 tech startups that currently and will continue to have a huge impact on the African continent.

Women in Tech: What can you do to help?

Women are 45% more likely to leave the tech industry in comparison to men.

Only 24% of tech jobs are held by women globally.

What’s worse is that female held roles in tech have been slowly decreasing over the past few decades.

Women In Tech (WIT) is an NGO designed to promote women working in the tech industry, both in and outside of computing and developer roles.

WIT has an ambitious goal of helping 5 million women in STEM by 2030.

We sat down with their Global Talent Hub Director Melissa Slaymaker to find out more about what this essential organisation is all about.

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