October 2021

Series Three: Aaron Simpson

Aaron Simpson is founder of social enterprise Kindred.

In this podcast, Adam reveals how Kindred’s technology supports charities and why companies of the future will be measured by their positive impact over shareholder value.

Breaking digital barriers

Nikki Labrum and Freddie Quek discuss the impact of the digital divide and how to ensure no child is ever left behind

Teenage Tech Stories: BiaSciLab

BiaSciLab (Bianca Lewis) is 14, but she has already hacked a replica of the US election reporting system. In this podcast, Bia talks about creating her own end-to-end election system and running a non-profit organisation, Girls Who Hack.

Innovation Nation

The global pandemic has tested the UK’s NHS to its limits, and it has innovated in response. Can it maintain the momentum?

Series Three: Janina Nakladal

Janina Nakladal is Global Director of Sustainability for Celonis.

In this podcast, Janina discusses the power of process mining and the challenges of achieving sustainability transformation.

Issue 16

The pandemic forced the UK’s National Health Service to innovate at speed. But will it last? We speak to leaders from public and private healthcare to find out what happens next. Elsewhere, we hear why the digital divide in education is in desperate need of closing.

Teenage Tech Stories: Jakomba Jabbie

Jakomba Jabbie has been advocating for women’s rights since she was 16. In this podcast, Jakomba talks about developing a climate change monitoring app, speaking at a UN conference and how she overcame the challenges many women in The Gambia face when accessing education.

Series Three: Fred Werner

Fred Werner is a key figure in the UN’s AI for Good digital platform and global summit series. In this podcast, Fred discusses why the growth of AI is as much a human issue as a technical one.

Teenage Tech Stories: Prisha Shroff

Prisha Shroff is not yet 15, but she is already determined to help solve real-world problems, starting with wildfires. In this podcast, Prisha explains how she developed an affordable AI system capable of identifying areas where wildfires are likely to begin and deploying drones to prevent them from happening.

Teenage Tech Stories: Jacqueline Prawira

Jacqueline Prawira is a high school senior with a passion for science and sustainable development. In this podcast, Jacqueline talks about developing Cyclo.Plas 2, a renewable alternative to plastic made from upcycled fish scale waste components.

The game-changing cloud innovation for cancer trials

Cancer Research UK, the world’s largest independent cancer research organisation, has digitally transformed. At the forefront of the world’s battle against cancer for the last 120 years, the charity has embraced agility and fast innovation in the Cloud in partnership with AWS.

October 2021

Series Three: Aaron Simpson

Aaron Simpson is founder of social enterprise Kindred.

In this podcast, Adam reveals how Kindred’s technology supports charities and why companies of the future will be measured by their positive impact over shareholder value.

Breaking digital barriers

Nikki Labrum and Freddie Quek discuss the impact of the digital divide and how to ensure no child is ever left behind

Teenage Tech Stories: BiaSciLab

BiaSciLab (Bianca Lewis) is 14, but she has already hacked a replica of the US election reporting system. In this podcast, Bia talks about creating her own end-to-end election system and running a non-profit organisation, Girls Who Hack.

Innovation Nation

The global pandemic has tested the UK’s NHS to its limits, and it has innovated in response. Can it maintain the momentum?

Series Three: Janina Nakladal

Janina Nakladal is Global Director of Sustainability for Celonis.

In this podcast, Janina discusses the power of process mining and the challenges of achieving sustainability transformation.

Issue 16

The pandemic forced the UK’s National Health Service to innovate at speed. But will it last? We speak to leaders from public and private healthcare to find out what happens next. Elsewhere, we hear why the digital divide in education is in desperate need of closing.

Teenage Tech Stories: Jakomba Jabbie

Jakomba Jabbie has been advocating for women’s rights since she was 16. In this podcast, Jakomba talks about developing a climate change monitoring app, speaking at a UN conference and how she overcame the challenges many women in The Gambia face when accessing education.

Series Three: Fred Werner

Fred Werner is a key figure in the UN’s AI for Good digital platform and global summit series. In this podcast, Fred discusses why the growth of AI is as much a human issue as a technical one.

Teenage Tech Stories: Prisha Shroff

Prisha Shroff is not yet 15, but she is already determined to help solve real-world problems, starting with wildfires. In this podcast, Prisha explains how she developed an affordable AI system capable of identifying areas where wildfires are likely to begin and deploying drones to prevent them from happening.

Teenage Tech Stories: Jacqueline Prawira

Jacqueline Prawira is a high school senior with a passion for science and sustainable development. In this podcast, Jacqueline talks about developing Cyclo.Plas 2, a renewable alternative to plastic made from upcycled fish scale waste components.

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