From ‘phobe to ‘phile
As lead DevSecOps engineer at Peach Payments, Grace Mukendi has come a long way from her first tentative ventures into tech as a self-described technophobe.
ChatGPT ate my homework: AI’s Africa problem
The battle around what materials LLMs are trained on will likely be with us for some time.
The upside to the AI ‘job threat’
Content moderation has long been a filthy and largely thankless job.
Be inclusive, not just diverse
Cisco’s Francine Katsoudas has turned a serendipitous start in tech into a wide-ranging career and a strategic leadership role, focused on “people, policy and purpose”.
As head of transformation at Dell, Natasha Reuben isn’t “just” a woman in an industry dominated by men; she’s actively working to change the face of it.
When it comes to social media, have we embraced multiplicity over simplicity?
August: the month of the ‘pinkwash’
Another year, another pink wave cometh.
Art at the heart of tech communication
Pairing research and creativity to anticipate trends helps Emma Hutchman market complex and cutting edge tech in a surprisingly simple and human way.
Brave new world
Fear changes little: embrace advocacy and leadership in tech.
Breaking new ground
Software engineer and company co-founder Lorén Rose turned a love of learning into a career in tech, and she’s determined to bring the next generation of women with her.
Knowing me, knowing you
Personal data quagmire coming to an ear, eye and AI near you.
Singing from the same cybersecurity songbook?
More than half of respondents to a recent Cisco report said they’ve had a cybersecurity incident in the last 12 months.
Cybersecurity under the microscope
Like the character that inspired her to get into digital, Doreen Mokoena is passionate about the power of technology.