Can - and should - AI tech be used in the recruitment process? And if so, what checks and balances need to be in place?
Enterprise tech buyers will find no let up to the AI hype in 2020, but practical advances will increase, but it's still a case of caveat emptor.
The UK government pledged to help get one million more disabled people into work by 2027. But two years into its 10-year plan, how is it doing, and can technology help?
Socio-economic background cuts across all demographic groups, irrespective of race, age, gender, sexuality and the like. Fujitsu has introduced a number of social mobility initiatives in a bid to make its talent pool less monolithic.
The power of data analytics to deliver objective truth - two social good use case exemplars make the point
The power of data in helping to solve some of the world’s most intractable problems should not be underestimated. Here are two use case exemplars to illustrate the point.
World Mental Health Day - why business leaders are so vulnerable to mental illness in a fast-moving digital economy
Although rarely talked about, mental health issues are rife among company founders and leaders due to the risks they need to take and the stress they are constantly under. So what can they do to minimise the impact?
Women in IT - Ada Lovelace would be horrified by the lack of progress, argues Red Hat's Margaret Dawson
It's Ada Lovelace Day - time to up the game when it comes to getting women better represented in the tech sector.
The tech industry is second only to the media in terms of incidents of sexual harassment. What can employers do about it?
Social mobility has changed little in the UK over the last four years, leading to far too much wasted potential in a country hit by skills shortages across many sectors. As a result, we explore two initiatives that are aiming to provide members of disadvantaged communities with the support they need to follow a successful career in the digital and tech world.
Adults with a disability are three times more likely than their peers to have no formal qualifications. We explore how two further education establishments are using technology to try and help
While it can currently be a bumpy ride for young people leaving England’s social care system, a new app developed by NGO Social Finance to give individuals more of a voice in decisions made about their future is currently being piloted by seven local authorities
Winners of this year’s AXA health tech awards focused on solving two very different demographic-related issues: the physical health issues faced by older people and the mental health challenges experienced by teenagers.