Issue 23

Despite strides made in recent years, women continue to be underrepresented and face significant barriers to advancement in technology-related careers. In this issue we mark Women’s History Month – and International Women’s Day – with a collection of features highlighting the efforts being made to address this ongoing imbalance.

Elsewhere: A very deep dive into the design-thinking that’s driving transformation at Surrey County Council; talking sustainable IoT with Semtech CEO Mohan Maheswaran; 3M is voice-activating healthcare to create time to care; Cancer Research UK is transforming to the cloud and has already changed the game for matching clinical trials with patients.

Agent AI

How can artificial intelligence keep people safe? Microsoft and Hexagon are helping emergency services leverage AI

Walking the walk

JPMorgan Chase & Co’s Tech For Social Good team is celebrating 10 years of doing good. We spoke to four of its leading voices to find out how it has positively impacted thousands of nonprofits, as well as empowering its own workforce.

Tech For Good’s cover story this time concerns Amref Health Africa, it’s brilliant work over decades to bring reliable healthcare to sub-Saharan Africa, and a remarkable partnership with GSK and Cognizant that has seen its digital capabilities dramatically enhanced.

Also in this issue: Lenovo’s Ian Jeffs talks to us about the company’s new Data for Humanity report, Health Education England’s James Freed talks digital leadership in times of trouble and change, and we meet some of the people pioneering lab-grown meat as a high-impact solution to global climate and food crises.

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