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We’re back, and re-engineered!

Welcome to our first newsletter After a short break EngineerIT is back both in print and online. Our first “new” edition under the ownership of...

Now Media acquires EngineerIT and Energize from EE Publishers

Now Media (Pty) Ltd, a well-established print and electronic media-house based in Illovo, Johannesburg, has acquired two flagship publications, EngineerIT and Energize, from EE...

Maybe the WOAN should be given a chance

While the communications industry in South Africa has not really bought into the concept of a Wireless Open Access Network (WOAN), there have recently...

ICT infrastructure investment crucial for economic development

There can be no real discussion about the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) without a discussion about the infrastructure that will make it possible. From...

A comprehensive approach to addressing resources challenges

In the early 1900s a prediction was made of the human population by the turn of the century. The prediction, using some of the...

The productivity/technology trap

The tyre industry is a microcosm of the dilemma in which South African manufacturers find themselves. Many of South Africa’s industries have been built...

Imagine an adaptive education system powered by AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the way people engage and consume products and solutions, shifting the benchmarks of development and data analysis within the...

Are ASICs the next big development in AI?

Just as field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and graphics processing units (GPUs) are beginning to show promise in artificial intelligence (AI), new developments in...

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