Romily Broad

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.

Laurel Christensen

Laurel Christensen is Chief Audiology Officer for GN Hearing, and has dedicated her professional life to helping solve the problem of hearing loss. In this podcast, Laurel reveals some of the cutting-edge innovations being applied to hearing aids today.

Rudolf Gordon-Seymour

Rudolf Gordon-Seymour is Head of International Fundraising for Télécoms Sans Frontières, an NGO which sets up emergency communications networks during humanitarian crises. In our interview, Rudolf talks in detail about TSF’s work, along with the challenges and the rewards.

Issue 9

The future of cities is smart. But is it smart enough? We speak to Bentley Systems and others Smart Cities leaders to find out. Elsewhere, we explore Samsung’s sustainability ethos and speak to the UN about the tech behind its refugees relief effort.

Nick Earle

Nick Earle, CEO of IoT connectivity specialist Eseye, has enjoyed a nomadic career in technology. He’s led transformation projects at $50 billion corporations, he’s worked in startups and, as he reveals in this podcast, he once had the chance to quiz Jeff Bezos on the future of Amazon.

Chris Chambers

Chris Chambers works for Ordnance Survey, the national mapping agency for Great Britain. Although it is known primarily for its paper maps, Ordnance Survey’s highly-accurate geospatial data underpins many public sector services, and has played a vital role in Britain’s response to COVID-19.

Neil Spann

Neil Spann is Managing Director of Power Roll, a startup at the cutting edge of innovation in the solar energy space. In this podcast, Neil talks to Stuart Hodge about breaking down adoption barriers and how Power Roll’s unique solar film is generating energy for underserved communities around the world.

Issue 8

We speak to NASA and the European Space Agency to get the lowdown on their use of satellites to measure the rapidly rising sea levels. Elsewhere we cover online therapy, Defra’s sustainability mission, AI’s role in dementia detection, and plenty more.

Poppy Szkiler

Poppy Szkiler is co-founder and CEO of Quiet Mark, a company that works with manufacturers to prioritise noise reduction within product design. In this podcast, Poppy talks about following in her grandfather’s footsteps to continue his fight against noise pollution.

Issue 7

Misinformation is a threat to the global roll out of the COVID-19 vaccines. We speak to Out There Impact about its partnership with the World Health Organization as they look to counter the spread of disinformation through a global mobile education campaign.

Alex Rahin

Alex Rahin is the Chief Product and Technology Officer at Cervest, a startup that uses AI to help businesses protect their assets from the risks and effects of climate change. He discusses the climate emergency knowledge gap and Cervest’s ambitious goals.

Martin McKay

Martin McKay is founder and CEO of Texthelp, an international education technology company. He speaks to Stuart Hodge about the power of “learning analytics” and considers the possibility of a fully automated classroom.

Issue 6

The number of undernourished people globally is set to rise to almost 100 million next year. Our cover story asks whether the solution to world hunger will be insects and mealworms. Elsewhere, we focus on the inspirational tech for good work being carried out by teenagers.

Nick Kelly

Axela’s CEO Nick Kelly has helped to drive innovation in the healthcare arena with his company’s tech and data-centred approach to care services. He tells us why he was destined to work in the care sector, and why he believes data is the future of healthcare.

Issue 5

This year has seen an unprecedented volume of destructive wildfires across the planet. Our cover story looks at the tech being used to fight back in one of the worst-hit regions, California. Elsewhere, we explore whether the electric vehicle revolution is really upon us

Issue 4

Our cover story dives into the future of food, and how startup Brightseed is using AI to unlock the human health benefits of phytonutrients in plants. Elsewhere, we get the story behind AWS’s role in the small business revolution

Issue 3

Virginia’s Chief Data Officer Carlos Rivero reveals how the state used a data-sharing platform to successfully fight America’s opioid epidemic – and how the same platform is now deployed against COVID-19. Elsewhere, we learn how human-AI symbiosis is getting ever closer.

Issue 2

The cover feature of our second issue of Tech For Good takes a look at the crisis facing our oceans, and how Accenture and Intel are using AI to help restore the coral reefs. Elsewhere, we find out why entrepreneurs must lead the fight against climate change.

Issue 1

Tech For Good exists to highlight how new technologies are bringing positive change to the world. In our very first issue, George Tilesch and Omar Hatamleh offer their expertise on governing AI, while we also track agritech’s rise and speak to the City of Atlanta’s CIO.

JPMorgan: Walking The Walk

JPMorgan Chase & Co’s Tech For Social Good team is celebrating 10 years of doing good, impacting thousands of non-profits and empowering its own workforce.

Amref Health Africa, GSK and Cognizant

Tech for Good sits down with leaders from Amref, GSK and Cognizant to discuss a remarkable collaboration set to create a lasting digital advantage for Amref as it seeks to transform healthcare on the continent.

Romily Broad

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.

Laurel Christensen

Laurel Christensen is Chief Audiology Officer for GN Hearing, and has dedicated her professional life to helping solve the problem of hearing loss. In this podcast, Laurel reveals some of the cutting-edge innovations being applied to hearing aids today.

Rudolf Gordon-Seymour

Rudolf Gordon-Seymour is Head of International Fundraising for Télécoms Sans Frontières, an NGO which sets up emergency communications networks during humanitarian crises. In our interview, Rudolf talks in detail about TSF’s work, along with the challenges and the rewards.

Issue 9

The future of cities is smart. But is it smart enough? We speak to Bentley Systems and others Smart Cities leaders to find out. Elsewhere, we explore Samsung’s sustainability ethos and speak to the UN about the tech behind its refugees relief effort.

Nick Earle

Nick Earle, CEO of IoT connectivity specialist Eseye, has enjoyed a nomadic career in technology. He’s led transformation projects at $50 billion corporations, he’s worked in startups and, as he reveals in this podcast, he once had the chance to quiz Jeff Bezos on the future of Amazon.

Chris Chambers

Chris Chambers works for Ordnance Survey, the national mapping agency for Great Britain. Although it is known primarily for its paper maps, Ordnance Survey’s highly-accurate geospatial data underpins many public sector services, and has played a vital role in Britain’s response to COVID-19.

Neil Spann

Neil Spann is Managing Director of Power Roll, a startup at the cutting edge of innovation in the solar energy space. In this podcast, Neil talks to Stuart Hodge about breaking down adoption barriers and how Power Roll’s unique solar film is generating energy for underserved communities around the world.

Issue 8

We speak to NASA and the European Space Agency to get the lowdown on their use of satellites to measure the rapidly rising sea levels. Elsewhere we cover online therapy, Defra’s sustainability mission, AI’s role in dementia detection, and plenty more.

Poppy Szkiler

Poppy Szkiler is co-founder and CEO of Quiet Mark, a company that works with manufacturers to prioritise noise reduction within product design. In this podcast, Poppy talks about following in her grandfather’s footsteps to continue his fight against noise pollution.

Issue 7

Misinformation is a threat to the global roll out of the COVID-19 vaccines. We speak to Out There Impact about its partnership with the World Health Organization as they look to counter the spread of disinformation through a global mobile education campaign.

Alex Rahin

Alex Rahin is the Chief Product and Technology Officer at Cervest, a startup that uses AI to help businesses protect their assets from the risks and effects of climate change. He discusses the climate emergency knowledge gap and Cervest’s ambitious goals.

Martin McKay

Martin McKay is founder and CEO of Texthelp, an international education technology company. He speaks to Stuart Hodge about the power of “learning analytics” and considers the possibility of a fully automated classroom.

Issue 6

The number of undernourished people globally is set to rise to almost 100 million next year. Our cover story asks whether the solution to world hunger will be insects and mealworms. Elsewhere, we focus on the inspirational tech for good work being carried out by teenagers.

Nick Kelly

Axela’s CEO Nick Kelly has helped to drive innovation in the healthcare arena with his company’s tech and data-centred approach to care services. He tells us why he was destined to work in the care sector, and why he believes data is the future of healthcare.

Issue 5

This year has seen an unprecedented volume of destructive wildfires across the planet. Our cover story looks at the tech being used to fight back in one of the worst-hit regions, California. Elsewhere, we explore whether the electric vehicle revolution is really upon us

Issue 4

Our cover story dives into the future of food, and how startup Brightseed is using AI to unlock the human health benefits of phytonutrients in plants. Elsewhere, we get the story behind AWS’s role in the small business revolution

Issue 3

Virginia’s Chief Data Officer Carlos Rivero reveals how the state used a data-sharing platform to successfully fight America’s opioid epidemic – and how the same platform is now deployed against COVID-19. Elsewhere, we learn how human-AI symbiosis is getting ever closer.

Issue 2

The cover feature of our second issue of Tech For Good takes a look at the crisis facing our oceans, and how Accenture and Intel are using AI to help restore the coral reefs. Elsewhere, we find out why entrepreneurs must lead the fight against climate change.

Issue 1

Tech For Good exists to highlight how new technologies are bringing positive change to the world. In our very first issue, George Tilesch and Omar Hatamleh offer their expertise on governing AI, while we also track agritech’s rise and speak to the City of Atlanta’s CIO.

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