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How can technology shape the future of workplaces in 2024?

In today's dynamic business landscape, the importance of employee productivity and satisfaction cannot be overstated; they are pivotal elements that drive business success. Technological advancements have dramatically transformed the workplace, with high-speed internet, cloud computing, and advanced software solutions empowering...

Leading The Way in Africa’s Tech Revolution with AI and ML

In a world where everything is going digital at a rapid pace, things like microchips and electronic signals have become the building blocks of our society, facilitating many essential aspects of everyday life. Unifi, an African pioneer in personal lending,...

Why DataOps Should Be Embraced to Deliver High-stakes AI

In many use cases, occasional mistakes are fine. It doesn’t matter if one out of ten movie recommendations were not what the browser was looking for, so long as most of the time the individual gets to watch something...

Why Data Science Should Be Accessible to Everyone

Data science is a set of tools that we can use to create value from the vast amount of data produced by organisations all over the globe. It refers to using a combination of programming and statistics to generate...

AI is always listening, but are we?

Like so many other industries, logistics and supply chain management have had to evolve rapidly over the past year to reflect not only the latest technologies, but also meet the changing demand from stakeholders for more intelligently-driven solutions. Artificial...

6 Tips to Consider When Building a ChatBot for your Business

By 2022, Gartner predicts that 70% of customer interactions with businesses will involve emerging technologies such as machine learning (ML) applications, chatbots and mobile messaging. It's as good a time as any to consider introducing chatbot functionality to your...
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R500 Million to Expand Broadband in Townships & Rural Areas

This financial year, Vodacom Eastern Cape plans to invest R500 million as part of its larger digital inclusion strategy...
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