For the second time in three months, I’ve marked myself as safe during a terror incident. Here is why I'd do so again.
The other evening, I experienced virtual reality for the first time - and it got me thinking about the physical, psychological, and philosophical (and specifically ethical) questions have and will emerge from this technology.
Women are under represented in digital technology occupations. It’s a given – a well-known, hardly news-worthy, fact. Marie Stafford described the situation in her article for Campaign: despite being avid users of tech, women are dramatically underrepresented in the industry. In the UK, only 17% of IT specialists are women compared to a quarter of … Continue reading Hack The Ceiling: How to close the gender gap in tech
Culinary disaster, that's me in a nutshell. Or at least it was. Until I hit my twenties, I was the sort of person who could burn soup. One time I tried to make a Moroccan chicken dish for a bunch of friends and my mum had to take over in order to save the house … Continue reading HelloFresh vs Gousto: A Fake Foodie Review
At the risk of sounding like I'm going through my post-adolescent idealistic phase (a fair assumption), I want to talk about an idea referred to as #fintechforgood - or the technology behind money that is making finance a more sustainable industry in terms of people, planet and profit.
It's London Technology Week and therefore it's time to have a think about how Smart technology, wearables and the Internet of Things is changing us as humans. It's times to ask some questions. Is Google making us stupid? Is technology changing our brains?