On this episode of Tech reimagined, we’re talking to Inma Martinez about the interaction between humans and AI. From the misconceptions about AI to the benefits it brings to our lives and the applications we need to look at to achieve AIs greatest potential.
It's no secret that industries still stumble, struggle, and in some cases, fail when it comes to building #inclusive workplaces. On today's Tech Reimagined podcast, we sat down with Meri Williams to get her view and advice on achieving diversity and inclusion in our industry.
To celebrate Ada Lovelace Day this week on Tech Reimagined, we're thrilled to sit down with Inma Martinez and about how data has evolved alongside ourselves, why technology is a non-gender specific industry and the importance of nurturing talent based on lifestyle choices.
It’s been a year since we launched our podcast and we’ve enjoyed reimagining some great topics over the last 34 episodes, from healthcare, how we pay for goods and services to how we work, the role of AI and the future of sports. In the season finale, Bradley Howard will share some of his favourite bits, topics, and moments from season 1 of Tech Reimagined.
Bradley Howard chats with Chris Cooper-Bland and Suw Charman-Anderson about their exciting career paths, the deconstruction of the traditional corporate ladder and the opportunity for people to create new jobs that don't yet exist.
The second Tuesday of every October marks a day created to celebrate the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, created in memory of Ada Lovelace. To celebrate, we invited Chris Cooper-Bland, our Group Head of Architecture, and Suw Charman-Anderson, the founder of findingada.com, to talk about the achievements of women in STEM and what the future holds.
Bradley talks with two leading female CIOs to discuss issues of diversity, gender imbalances, and the hurdles women face while working in technology, as the conversation not only explores ways in which the industry can include more women in tech, but also anticipates what the next 20 years could hold in regard to gender discrepancies in the industry.