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  Technology is best when it brings people together and there are fewer more exciting developments than the Metaverse. Its potential has global appeal and will change the way we interact remotely. The Metaverse will fundamentally change the world and my colleague Olivier Pacaud has looked at some of the implications this tech will have on the world of work. But for now, we’ll...

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  “In order to train one of the big AI models that everyone’s talking about, it took the equivalent [in energy] of five cars [running continuously] over their full lifetime!” That’s what Jason Lynch revealed when he joined us on the Tech Founders series to discuss his company, Equal1. They’re on a mission to disrupt the market by building quantum computers that, in Jason’s...

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We are seeing digital transformation in organisations at an unprecedented rate. The events of the last two years have completely changed how businesses interact with their customers and each other, with much of the workforce requiring enhanced digital skills than at the start of 2020. It’s no surprise, then, that the most in-demand tech jobs for 2022 are enablers of that accelerated digital...

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Research shows low employment rate for Autistic people in US, UK and Australia. Meanwhile, some employers focus on hiring Autistic people as opposed to a fully neurodiverse workforce. Adapting interview techniques and job descriptions can make process more inclusive for neurodiverse applicants. The lack of diversity and inclusion in the tech industry is a widely acknowledged problem,...

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Research points to specific strengths and skills associated with neurominorities, like ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism and more. Assumptions on neurodiversity often dismiss people’s experience and skills. Tech industry is starting to recognise the benefits of a neurodiverse workforce. We all think and learn in different ways – and every kind of mind brings something unique to the table. When it...

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