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South Africa must have a stake in artificial intelligence technology

The country needs an institute that will be a conduit for AI knowledge to industry, society and government

Apartheid criminals still at large

Corporations and banks that aided the apartheid regime have not been brought to book, so they continue to act with impunity

Big data a game-changer for universities

New technology may be perceived as a threat to the academy, but it can also reinvigorate learning

The most bizarre cheats in sporting history

Doping bridge players? Cyclist gangs? Some competitors will go to any lengths to win

SMME changes the global landscape of superconducting and quantum circuit design

Innovation Award: SMME for innovations and their research and/or development by a team or individual

IBM aims AI at Africa

Artificial Intelligence is seen as an advanced and dangerous technology, but IBM is showing how it can help solve problems in Africa

​IBM calls on SA youth to pursue science and technology

Just a few years ago, IBM opened its first research lab on the continent, in Nairobi, Kenya.

IBM research lab to work with the cool kids

Braamfontein will soon be home to not only artists and hipsters, but tech-savvy researchers attracted to innovation and rejuvenation of the city.

IBM cooks up thought for food

Watson, the technology company's cognitive showpiece, is bringing artificial intelligence into the kitchen by conjuring up recipes.

Compliance, corruption, collusion

Simplify and maintain sanity to meet demanding legislation, analysts say.

IBM to target Nairobi’s traffic nightmares

Kenyans hope that IBM's choice of Nairobi as the spot for its first African commercial research centre will provide solution to the city's traffic.

BMW owners vent anger at months-long wait for spare parts

Drivers have expressed anger as BMW faces huge lag times in replacing parts due to a new supply-management system at its central warehouse.

Massive spin-off for tiny atom film

IBM's research will make it possible to process the data from the Square Kilometre Array.

IBM lands $42-million SKA tender

Some of the biggest computers ever seen are going to help decipher data from the world's largest telescope as it explores the origins of the universe.

The mini and maxi of hemlines as economic indicators

There are any number of indicators that are used to predict economic activity, futures and options being examples but what about hemlines?

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