On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Tech Monitor examines the state of play for female scientists and engineers across the continent.
Data really is the new oil in Equinor’s digital roadmap and for the organisation's CIO, Åshild Hanne Larsen.
Leading black female voices share their advice to increase the visibility and influence of black women in the IT industry.
Part of the Technology Leaders Index, CTO says high-performance computing with machine learning has potential to be 'like the invention of the steam engine and electricity'.
The Black Lives Matter movement prompted calls for meaningful action on racial equality. Employers need to rethink their approaches.
"The statistics show there are not many black people in tech but they don’t say why, and that's the important thing..."
Could these new qualifications be just what your business needs as the economy recovers?
BCS president Rebecca George takes over Tech Monitor as guest editor for the day. Here, she writes about her experience of encouraging women to join the industry.
Achieving ethical AI is a process - and the greater the diversity of ideas feeding into it, the more successful it will be.
Black women make up just 0.7% of the UK's IT workforce. This lack of diversity is harming employers.
Demand for fresh thinking is high. Now is the time for organisations to make sure they are accommodating to neurodiverse people.
The Parliamentary Digital Service and its then CIO Tracey Jessup, now chief digital and information officer at UK Parliament, were behind the 'hybrid parliament' which has helped digitise democracy during the Covid-19 pandemic.