carbon dioxide

A scientist’s dream to save the world – transforming carbon dioxide into everyday items

Despite devastating evidence of an impending climate catastrophe, and the global recognition that we need to address it, the world remains without a viable, scalable solution to mitigate the 51 billion of tonnes of carbon dioxide we produce annually. ViridiCO2 is an innovative spin-out from the University of Southampton that enables carbon dioxide-emitting industries – […]

African Market

Founding a startup aimed at the African market

Targeting the African market, both those in Africa and the diaspora, comes with challenges. First among these is the need to understand the cultural quirks of the community you’re addressing. Kay Akinwunmi is the co-founder of the African startup – Zazuu – a money transfer marketplace, giving people the ability to see and compare the […]

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Google for Startups – 30 European Black founders chosen to receive funding from the Black Founders Fund

Google for Startups has awarded 30 Black founders from the UK and Europe to receive cash funding of up to $100k (more than £70k) from its Black Founders Fund – a $2 million initiative to provide funds for Black-led startups. The 30 startups – chosen from the U.K., France, Belgium, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands […]

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‘The future is already PRYNTD’ says this new virtual reality music streaming platform for music artists and their only-fans

For the first time, a new subscription platform for music artists is bringing together musicians and their audiences in a whole new virtual reality world – PRYNTD. Similar to how OnlyFans operates its own online video content, this immersive music streaming service basically matches the creative needs of content creators and the desires of their […]

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How African students are saving lives with medical Drones

Drones often get bad press, with stories about privacy and security implications dominating conversations about their use. However, their role as valuable tools for humanitarian, medical, and agricultural purposes cannot be ignored. In developing countries, for example, drones are helping to deliver vital supplies to those who need them. In Malawi, the machines have become […]

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The most significant misconception about algorithms and AI is that it plays a central role in discriminating

The recent decision to use an algorithm to decide A-level results has put the use of advanced algorithms, underpinned by artificial intelligence (AI) technologies into the spotlight. What made this situation so unique is that it was also one of the first examples of an algorithm being relied on to make far-reaching decisions on a […]

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Saving the world of dental care with their plaque-detecting Artificial Intelligence technology – uunn

The height of the coronavirus pandemic forced dental practices across the world to shut down and it changed how dentistry is being delivered to people. This shift, however, has placed the founders of uunn – Gina Dorodvand and Hawaa Budraa – as the first to create and use artificial intelligence (AI) to detect plaque on teeth, from […]

Google for Startups

New training programs by ‘Google for Startups’ to boost the growth of European and Israeli startups

Google for Startups launches three new initiatives to ‘level the playing field for underrepresented founders’ and support startups using technology to upgrade their local economies. The recently announced new set of programs – Immersion: Black Founders, Immersion: Women Founders, Google for Startups Accelerator – is open to European and Israeli startups and founders tackling today’s […]

Financial

Normalise teaching more financial education in schools for the next generation – beyond the ‘theory’

We must get this balance right – the impact on the economy and on the financial wellbeing of individuals could be huge, and in a positive way. I finished secondary school in 2008 and was lucky enough to have attended both a private and grammar school over the course of my education. As grateful as […]

New normal low touch economy

Re-inventing your business for the ‘new normal’ in the Low Touch Economy

The era of the new normal in the Low Touch Economy – ‘People are creating new habits, new regulations are being introduced, or evolving. And that creates a very interesting environment where there are a lot of new needs and new problems…’   Opening Brownber Hall four years ago was a labour of love for […]