November 2021

Creating a pathway to hope

HIV prevention drugs have helped reduce infection rates globally. Now Gilead Sciences has rolled out its digital platform, PrEP Hub® , in the US with a mission to help improve access to drugs and reduce stigma among the communities that most need it.

We find out why it’s a gamechanger in the fight against HIV.

Our plastic lungs

We speak to Dr Fay Couceiro, an expert in environmental pollution, about why plastics is a problem that will only get worse

Series Three: Piotr Orzechowski

Piotr Orzechowski is co-founder and CEO of Infermedica.

In this podcast, Piotr discusses the role of AI in healthcare and why his company wants to act for global public health.

Plants vs plastic

Tom van Aken, Avantium’s CEO, discusses the 100% plant-based plastic that might move the industry away from fossil fuels

Digital baby steps

Cloudera Fast Forward Labs’ Ade Adewunmi talks about why data rights for children should be at the top of the agenda

Series Three: Vinay Nair

Vinay Nair is CEO and co-founder of Lightful.

In this podcast, Vinay addresses the digital skills challenge in the charity and volunteering sector.

Flying To New Horizons

Can aviation be automated? NATS’ Head of Research Louisa Smith talks about developing the world’s first AI air traffic control system

Series Three: Margareta Mucibabici

Margareta Mucibabici is Public Affairs Manager for UiPath.

In this podcast, Margareta discusses RPA’s potential to positively impact the world through “automation for good” initiatives.

Issue 17

Digital, energy and automation giant Schneider Electric was recently named the most sustainable corporation in the world. We find out why it firmly believes in an all-electric, all-digital future. Elsewhere, we hear about the AI advances in the aviation industry.

Teenage Tech Stories: Alisha Arora

At 15, Alisha Arora is a philanthropist, developer, and AI-for-good advocate. In this podcast, Alisha discusses the AI model for suicide prevention that she’s building alongside Microsoft, her work as a UNICEF Youth Advocate and how she was inspired to create a non-profit organisation alongside her sister.

Clean Raving

We head to Berlin, Glasgow and Bristol to find out how clubs are embracing sustainability

Series Three: Anthony Baker

Anthony Baker is co-founder and CEO of Satellite Vu.

In this podcast, Anthony reveals how his company plans to use thermal and infrared imaging satellites to help assess the climate impact of every building on the planet.

Teenage Tech Stories: Sahda Haroon

Sahda Haroon is shooting for the stars. In this podcast, the 18-year-old talks about creating The Mars Generation and the Astronaut’s Club to support other young people who share her dream of being on the first space crew that goes to Mars.

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?

Al Kingsley

Al Kingsley is CEO of edtech company NetSupport, and an influential voice on the topics of education and technology in the UK. In this podcast, Al discusses using tech in the right way as teachers and children adapt to the new normal.

November 2021

Creating a pathway to hope

HIV prevention drugs have helped reduce infection rates globally. Now Gilead Sciences has rolled out its digital platform, PrEP Hub® , in the US with a mission to help improve access to drugs and reduce stigma among the communities that most need it.

We find out why it’s a gamechanger in the fight against HIV.

Our plastic lungs

We speak to Dr Fay Couceiro, an expert in environmental pollution, about why plastics is a problem that will only get worse

Series Three: Piotr Orzechowski

Piotr Orzechowski is co-founder and CEO of Infermedica.

In this podcast, Piotr discusses the role of AI in healthcare and why his company wants to act for global public health.

Plants vs plastic

Tom van Aken, Avantium’s CEO, discusses the 100% plant-based plastic that might move the industry away from fossil fuels

Digital baby steps

Cloudera Fast Forward Labs’ Ade Adewunmi talks about why data rights for children should be at the top of the agenda

Series Three: Vinay Nair

Vinay Nair is CEO and co-founder of Lightful.

In this podcast, Vinay addresses the digital skills challenge in the charity and volunteering sector.

Flying To New Horizons

Can aviation be automated? NATS’ Head of Research Louisa Smith talks about developing the world’s first AI air traffic control system

Series Three: Margareta Mucibabici

Margareta Mucibabici is Public Affairs Manager for UiPath.

In this podcast, Margareta discusses RPA’s potential to positively impact the world through “automation for good” initiatives.

Issue 17

Digital, energy and automation giant Schneider Electric was recently named the most sustainable corporation in the world. We find out why it firmly believes in an all-electric, all-digital future. Elsewhere, we hear about the AI advances in the aviation industry.

Teenage Tech Stories: Alisha Arora

At 15, Alisha Arora is a philanthropist, developer, and AI-for-good advocate. In this podcast, Alisha discusses the AI model for suicide prevention that she’s building alongside Microsoft, her work as a UNICEF Youth Advocate and how she was inspired to create a non-profit organisation alongside her sister.

Clean Raving

We head to Berlin, Glasgow and Bristol to find out how clubs are embracing sustainability

Series Three: Anthony Baker

Anthony Baker is co-founder and CEO of Satellite Vu.

In this podcast, Anthony reveals how his company plans to use thermal and infrared imaging satellites to help assess the climate impact of every building on the planet.

Teenage Tech Stories: Sahda Haroon

Sahda Haroon is shooting for the stars. In this podcast, the 18-year-old talks about creating The Mars Generation and the Astronaut’s Club to support other young people who share her dream of being on the first space crew that goes to Mars.

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