Bit By BitAug 19, 2023
Decoding the future of AI and Quantum Imaging with Raphta's Dr Chane Moodley
In this fascinating episode of "Bit by Bit", we have an enlightening conversation with Dr Chané Moodley, a quantum imaging PhD and the head of Qlab within South African tech company Raphta. Join us as we explore the cutting-edge innovations being developed to protect critical infrastructure through AI advancements. From overcoming challenges posed by accents in speech recognition, to addressing bias within AI models, Dr Moodley offers valuable insights into the world of next generation technology.
Flying high: Aesthetic Medicine, Innovation, and Hollywood Magic with Dr. Reza Mia
In this captivating episode of Bit by Bit, we delve into the extraordinary world of Dr. Reza Mia, a distinguished medical doctor with a thriving aesthetic medicine practice, whose nights are dedicated to pioneering projects that push the boundaries of innovation. Join us as we uncover the fascinating journey of Dr. Mia, who soars into the skies of invention with his groundbreaking creation – Pegasus, a revolutionary jet with vertical take-off and landing capabilities.
Defying odds: The amazing Tilly Lockey
Bit by Bit celebrate womens day here in South Africa with an interview with the fabulous Tilly Lockey and her amazing story. Tilly is a double amputee from the UK but after a brief chat we quickly realised that that is just the headline, there is so much more to this amazing young woman!
Twitter Takeover: Handle Hijinks and the problem with Threads
Stuart and Clare dive into the latest business practices at X (Twitter) and the topic of forced handle take overs. Additionally, they analyse the pitfalls of Threads and the social media no-man's land it has turned out to be!
Jasmine Eskenzi CEO and co-founder of The Zensory app chats with BitbyBit
Jasmine Eskenzi CEO and co-founder of The Zensory app chats with BitbyBit. In this episode we discuss burnout, stress and The Zensory way of combating both.
True crime red flags and a rant from Stuart!
In this episode Stuart has a rant about Virgin Active gym and their new app. We discuss true crime tv shows and what our obsession with them could reveal about our own lives and ask if it's normal that Clare falls asleep while watching gruesome stories of murder and mayhem!
Co-founder and MD of YuLife South Africa talks wellness
BitbyBit spoke with co-founder and MD of YuLife South Africa about employee wellness and how YuLife are helping companies to invest in employee well-being.
CEO and founder of Dwyka Mining Services talks robot dogs and other mining tech
Jamie van Schoor CEO and founder of Dwyka mining services discusses the company's recent Tech Carnival and as a "proud African" the importance of doing business the right way.
Nashua CEO Barry Venter talks 50 years of saving you time, saving you money, putting you first!
Barry Venter the CEO of Nashua took time out of his busy schedule to chat with us about Nashua's 50 years in business. We talk about everything from the dreaded South African load shedding, the business pressures of lockdown and the South African ‘n boer maak ‘n plan attitude.
Professor Barry Dwolatzky - Coded History
We take time to interview a national treasure, a man who always put South Africa and its people first. Prof Barry (Professor Barry Dwolatzky) is a person we can all look up to and someone we can definitely learn from. His new book Coded History is a surprising account of someone who quietly made a difference and shows us all the importance of leaving a legacy.
Janine Grainger - Crypto and South Africa
Mic Mann talks Metaverse and Africarare
Do you want to join the Metaverse? This is your chance to get in on the ground floor and help shape a digital African experience. We chat to Mic Mann, CEO of Mann Made Media and Africarare.io, to discuss the fundamentals of Ubuntuland, how you can become part of the tribe and who knows, maybe even make a little moola!
Welcome to episode 3. We are very excited to talk with Bronwyn Williams of Flux trends (https://www.fluxtrends.com/) about all things Meta. Prepare yourselves for a very wide ranging discussion from one of South Africas leading futurists and business trend analysts, you will not be disappointed!
Join us again for Episode 2 of Bit By Bit with Clare Petra Matthes and Stuart Perry. This week we are discussing the potential repercussions of discussing and sharing accusations linking individuals to crimes before a trial has taken place. We also discuss home automation and re-visit our coverage of the mis-use of Apple air tags
Tagged and tracked?
Hi, welcome to the first episode of Bit By Bit from husband and wife team Clare Petra Matthes and Stuart Perry. On this episode we discuss stalkers potentially using Apple tags to track women without their knowledge, GumTree rolling out facial recognition as well as product updates from MSI and Huawei......