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Nisrine Lecordier
Nisrine Lecordier
Technology for learning at home
It's a good way to look at it. For my part I opted for Nintendo consoles that I took from My children are very happy. Nintendo Education offers many educational games such as Dr Kawashima, Educational Games for kids or games for learning languages. I think there is nothing better than being able to learn while playing.
Posted on 27 Jan 2021 18:03
Amira Jebali
The fourth agricultural revolution is coming - but who will really benefit?
this is the start of a future revolution, transforming our farmers into technicians. So no more human or animal / human contact, a crazy increase in unemployment not to mention the future content of our plates. Denature the trades. In short, the benefits of robots ...
Posted on 27 Jan 2021 13:29
Amira Jebali
Transforming the VR experience in hospitality
too much technology kills technology, I am totally against it even if at first glance it seems interesting. fully living good or bad experiences is a good thing and allows you to evolve. We must stop putting technology everywhere.
Posted on 27 Jan 2021 12:31
Amira Jebali
Why harmonised retail is the future
I don't quite agree because covid 19 is certainly a cause of a lot of instability in businesses and an increase in unemployment. But the fact of all automating is ultra exaggerated, amplifying unemployment, reducing human contact and pushing more to consumption not to mention the investment that this requires.
Posted on 27 Jan 2021 12:19
McKenna Manacas
McKenna Manacas
Shoprite competition to pay school fees for 500 students
This is a brilliant! We commend Shoprite on this wonderful initiative. As an education focused tech service provider we are making a positive difference, one school at a time, if you would like to get involved and learn more about how we are impacting schools within South Africa, Compuclinic Solutions
Posted on 27 Jan 2021 09:24
Anonymous
When to use chatbots vs live chat
Chatbots are an evil! Companies promote themselves as really being in touch with the consumer but fob you off to a chatbot. I have yet to have a chat bot have the ability to assist me. NEVER has a chatbot been able to solve anything for me - and led to endless frustration with the various organisations I have attempted comms with.
Posted on 27 Jan 2021 09:22
Amira Jebali
Global agtech market value to reach $22bn by 2025
it is a good investment to preserve our planet and will be economic and ecological in the long term, but with probably fewer people on the ground ...
Posted on 26 Jan 2021 19:54
Anonymous
Windhoek ad called out for suggesting toxic masculinity
Sad that a regulatory body such as ARB has the power to take down an ad. The comments below show just how out of touch they are with reality. You will always get insecure individuals who want to be heard (or maybe are associated with a large competitor?) but ARB should be more discerning and mature.
Posted on 25 Jan 2021 14:22
Anonymous
#BizTrends2021: A look at the advertising industry in 2021
Well written Paul - optimistic as always!
Posted on 25 Jan 2021 14:03
Anonymous
Windhoek ad called out for suggesting toxic masculinity
Seriously, I think there are more important issues to deal with than a beer commercial!
Posted on 25 Jan 2021 11:22
Anonymous
Windhoek ad called out for suggesting toxic masculinity
Everybody has become so sensitive in our days, you can't even speak an honest truth anymore without offending somebody. Everything needs to be watered down, we are slowly becoming a society of softies. There's nothing offensive about this ad, Windhoek is Pure beer and does not need lemon for crying out loud.
Posted on 25 Jan 2021 10:51
Anonymous
Windhoek ad called out for suggesting toxic masculinity
One person in the world sees this as a threat to his masculinity and all of a sudden everyone must jump because of it... what has happened to this world? For real!!
Posted on 24 Jan 2021 11:10
Anonymous
Windhoek ad called out for suggesting toxic masculinity
This is not offensive unless you are sensitive and so emotionally immature that you care what others think about the way you order your drink. Please grow up.
Posted on 24 Jan 2021 07:52
Anonymous
Windhoek ad called out for suggesting toxic masculinity
The plight of the offended snowflake, has even sullied Windhoek now...... ??
Posted on 23 Jan 2021 21:39
Lennie Ernst
Keeping an eye on Biden's plans for Africa
Good content, thx for Biden plans :)
Posted on 23 Jan 2021 13:28
Anonymous
Windhoek ad called out for suggesting toxic masculinity
Ridiculous! This is a dig at Corona Beer. People normally normally have a slice of lemon or lime with that beer. Nothing about masculinity. Some people just love attention
Posted on 23 Jan 2021 11:07
Lizette Vilonel
Lizette Vilonel
Windhoek ad called out for suggesting toxic masculinity
What utter nonsense! Real men drink real beer is a marketing slogan. The whimps that feel offended is obviously not real men and should stay with their coolaid. What is a toxic male? There is no such thing. A made up narative by the nutty whimpy left. Real heterosexual men is in these adds. And we LOVE them!
Posted on 22 Jan 2021 16:29
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