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IBM’s 5-in-5 predictions (Part 1)

In this Podcast Bilal and Maseeh discuss the five technologies that are going to fundamentally reshape business and society in the next five years. Some of IBM’s leading researchers shared their thoug...

Time to focus on entrepreneurship

According to scientists, half of all current jobs will become obsolete between 2020 and 2030. That is half the world’s workforce that will need to find other occupations. On the flip side of that coin...

Job vs Career vs Calling

In this week’s Webinar Wednesday, we discussed Job vs Career vs Calling and how to find fulfillment above happiness and contentment. Most people think that these words have the same or similar m...

We ask the incorrect questions about 4IR

Last week I was invited to speak at the GovTech 2019 conference in Durban on the topic of the future of education in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). GovTech is an annual conference organised b...

The End of the Cellphone

In this episode, we talk about some of the gadgets that a couple years ago could have been found in every home but have today become completely obsolete. We talk about the likeliness that this could a...

Fourth Industrial Revolution not entirely a revolutionary concept

What exactly is the 4IR? Last week, Deputy President David Mabuza caused quite a stir, but for all the wrong reasons, when he was quizzed in Parliament about the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) and...

What are social media networks doing to prevent the spread of hate speech?

When  Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook in 2004, there was no way he could  have known that his little website was going to become the world’s most  popular social network with nearly 2 billion registe...

Will AI Benefit Us or Harm Us?

Technology is advancing at an unprecedented rate and some expert predict that this rate is only going to increase with AI been at the forefront of innovation. But when ever the topic of AI comes about...

Human factor still rules when it comes to machinery and robotics

I often wonder what the role of human beings will be in a future where computers become more capable than we ever imagined, allowing them to do many of the jobs only humans are currently capable of do...

IT varsity’s CEO, Bilal Kathrada, featured in International book.

Local tech entrepreneur earns his place in international book Local software developer and trainer, Bilal Kathrada, has been given a rare honour of being featured in an internationally-published book....

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