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Technology not the elixir of education
Technology not the elixir of education
All around the world, including in South Africa, one hears people talking about the fourth industrial revolution (4IR). Some talk with enthusiasm,...
The past, the present and the future at UP
The past, the present and the future at UP
At a time when the arts are claiming their rightful place among the most sought after fourth industrial rRevolution (4IR) subjects — what we...
Skills deficit undermines 4IR promises
Skills deficit undermines 4IR promises
Pattern recognition: we are all born with it. It is how we learn language, how we survive, how we make sense of the world. Without this mania for...
The computer-human relationship is evolving
The computer-human relationship is evolving
The way in which people interact with computers is undergoing a dramatic shift, and this will have huge effect on the way we work.
Listen to the voices of women with disabilities
Listen to the voices of women with disabilities
Why, oh why are we so obsessed with squashing human beings into little boxes? A gender box: male or female. A race box: black or white. An income...
Quilled or typed, it’s writ
Quilled or typed, it’s writ
I wonder occasionally why that particularly loathsome locution, to say someone has “penned” a book (only slightly more loathsome than to say...
Critical thinking in critical times
Critical thinking in critical times
On Tuesday, July 2, 2019, Kagiso Trust in collaboration with the Mail & Guardian held a Critical Thinking Forum that framed conversations...
Digital tech can boost health
Digital tech can boost health
Digital technology is revolutionising our daily lives. Mobile devices monitor our movements, marketing algorithms guide our consumption and social...
Quantifying the quick, quirky, quiet Audi Q8
Quantifying the quick, quirky, quiet Audi Q8
Audi has been skirting the peripherals of SUVs by not bombarding the market with model after model of onerous automobile architecture, unlike some...
Mobile tech is going to the dogs... literally
Mobile tech is going to the dogs... literally
Is your dog getting enough exercise? Who will change your cat's litter box while you are away on holiday?
Malaysia's flying car plan jets into controversy
Malaysia's flying car plan jets into controversy
Malaysia plans to launch a flying car, a minister has said, sparking a flood of mockery in a country with a chequered history when it comes to...
Stalwarts shop for education ideas
Stalwarts shop for education ideas
In a swanky ballroom at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Hong Kong, Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor and freedom fighter, former Mozambican...

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