Adaptability is an essential strategy for success in a tech-driven world
These young robotics wizards are on a mission to give limbs to the disabled
Africa, which has millions of people using mobile financial services and a young population who are radical adopters and innovators in everything digital, has huge potential to use next-generation technology for social good.
The need for more research and teaching on innovation and not just research and teaching in innovation is gaining traction
The JumpStart programme is giving primary schoolchildren a masterclass in artificial intelligence (and they’re loving it)
Robots will have to learn from scratch, like babies, if they are to have a sense of self and proper social interactions
A tiny robot is vaping methanol to power up its artificial muscles and punch above its weight
Schooling is stuck in the 1950s, but technology must be blended with the basics of education
The coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated that there is not a part of our lives that will not be affected by the technologies of the fourth industrial revolution.
Animator, roboticist and artist David Phume is on a mission to show that technology is not just for the geniuses in Silicon Valley
The longest-standing ICT brand on the continent and South Africa is restructuring
Dimension Data turns employee careers into worthwhile experiences with tools, technology and now robotics
Dung beetles use different directional sensors to achieve the highest possible navigational precision in difficult conditions
‘Self-driving cars may take a while to arrive, but the self-driving suitcase is here now’
Robots are for the repetitive work where having a human operator adds no value to the process – but mass unemployment looms
Advances are slowly being made. But is it the machine or the brain making the connections?
The much-loathed cockroach is the inspiration for a new robot which has been earmarked for a range of uses, including search and rescue missions.
Three recent robotic innovations have the potential to transform science fiction into science fact. Alistair Fairweather takes a look.
The future of drone technology is about to come dramatically to life at a tech conference in Cape Town, writes Arthur Goldstuck.