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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.


Powerhouse workstations to drive demanding applications

Supermicro delivers reliability, performance and scalability in its powerhouse workstations for demanding applications, says Keegan Rose, New Tech product manager at Axiz.


SA youth more likely to support looting, AI study finds

While most South Africans are against violence and looting, it’s troubling to see how desperate the unemployed youth have become, says CompariSure.

15 Jul

Oppo plans 6G network, establishes research team

The Chinese multinational telco’s research institute releases a 6G white paper, which it says will assist in the formation of the world's 6G standards.

15 Jul

Fujitsu transforms Nuerburgring racetrack safety with AI

Fujitsu has started developing and deploying a system that links artificial intelligence track cameras to increase safety at the Nuerburgring racetrack.


AWS brings tech series to SA in three local languages

The cloud juggernaut rolls out the AWS Family Tech Series in SA, enabling participants to explore and learn about emerging technologies in English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa.


Intelligent automation drives operational insurance improvements

IA combines robotic process automation and artificial intelligence technologies to facilitate rapid end-to-end business process automation and accelerate digital transformation, says Kelly Preston, data analytics manager at SilverBridge Holdings.


Have you considered an AI-powered business?

Artificial intelligence can help you make better business decisions based on greater business insights, says Vaughn Naidoo, chief digital and technology officer at Altron Systems Integration.


Uncovering the main business drivers behind ESM

Enterprise service management yields dramatic increases in operational efficiencies and customer/employee satisfaction at minimal incremental cost.


Are the luddites back? Both humans and tech will prevail

We won’t be able to stop advanced technologies being pervasive and automating jobs, so workers must remain ahead of the workplace game so that machines do not lead them.


Shifting to solutionist thinking delivers people-centric cloud solutions

A cloud solutions provider should focus on building out and delivering the specific functionality and usability that a client requires, says Morne Swanepoel, head of IT Cluster at 4Sight Holdings.


SARS pins hopes on key tech as modernisation plans advance

The South African Revenue Service leans on artificial intelligence and machine learning to not only boost functions, but also improve its integrity.

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