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4 Ways The Butterfly Effect Will Shape Emerging Technologies In 2018

In 2017, 3 major technologies went mainstream on a big scale, AI, IoT and Blockchain. How will these technologies come together and connect seemingly disparate elements in real-time and deliver enhanced and connected futures for all of us.

How Gender Equality Can Lead To A More Productive And Inspired World

We live in a world that is yet to completely empower all the wonderful human potential it is blessed with. Stereotypes and gender discrimination still constrain so many extraordinary and talented women from pursuing their dreams. As businesses, actively encouraging diversity it is a means for us to rouse a tremendous reservoir of untapped potential.

Education, Mentoring, And Role Models: Effective Vehicles To Motivate Gender Equality In The IT Sector

It is not widely known that the first computer programmer was a woman, Ada Lovelace (1815–1852). She was the first person to publish an algorithm intended to be executed by the first modern computer – the Analytical Engine created by Charles Babbage. However, years have passed and data proves that there are still many fewer women in the technology workforce in most countries. How can a sector that hinges its success on new ideas and innovations evolve unless it is gender inclusive?

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