Mastercard’s New Payments Index show how South Africans have been embracing digital payment solutions as a result of the pandemic.
A study from BCG and The Network says 53 percent of South Africans are threatened by job automation, with 77 percent willing to retrain.
Twitter has enlisted data scientists and engineers to investigate the “unintentional harms” its algorithm poses and publish the findings.
84 percent of local C-Suite executives are planning or pursuing a hybrid cloud strategy, according to latest IBM/IDC study.
The latest annual report from Xero looking at South African SMEs, points to some worrying signs when it comes to skills development within businesses.
Driven by the BLM movement and recent anti-racism protests, Facebook is finally looking at its algorithm to find out if it is racially biased.
Fitbit is only asking users in the US and Canada to join the study for now.
Recently had to make a massive change in your studies? Here’s how to cope.
90 percent of female entrepreneurs have cited it as an obstacle when trying to business in the rest of the continent.
The study finds evidence that it leads to exposure to far-right ideologies.
60.6 percent of those respondents in an IFS survey said they expect AI to assist existing workers with productivity.
As much as 61 percent of respondents noted that sustainability should be mandatory for businesses.
With cash-only payments a frustration for money, Visa’s latest study shows that app-based solutions are the way forward.
Surprisingly, bots fight both for and against vaccines.
Findings from a study reveal that people put more sway on negative experiences on social media than on positive experiences.
South Africa has a vast number of design careers available, we take a look at what is most popular.
Are video games simply filling a void in your life?
The mobile gender gap is gradually closing, but many women the world over are still not connected.