Ayesha Salim


Ayesha Salim is Staff Writer at IDG Connect


Handheld Technology

Practical ways VR and gaming can be used to advance learning

Some highlights from last week’s Learning Technologies event in London.


Social Networks

Rant: Tech may end us all but let's stop obsessing about it

Our obsession with predicting how technology will impact us is not healthy.


Business Management

Microsoft: Nadella has turned the tables

Microsoft’s Satya Nadella has a lot to celebrate in his second year as CEO.


Customer Data Integration

Future of retail: AI, real-time personalisation & visual cues

Real-time personalisation using AI and smart technology is heating up in retail.



Zika virus: Can a faster sequencing diagnostic tool help?

A new diagnostic sequencing tool could help prevent the “explosive” spread of the Zika virus, says expert


Wireless Technologies

London's driverless pods are coming but how will the public react?

Driverless pods will be on the roads in London in the summer but how will the British public react?


Wireless Technologies

RIP AI Pioneer Marvin Minsky

AI Pioneer Marvin Minsky has passed away at the age of 88.



Wikipedia's Aaron Halfaker on anonymous editors and sneaky algorithms

Wikipedia’s Aaron Halfaker would like to see more transparency from Google’s algorithms.


Statistical Data Analysis

Amazon-style "data perfecting" at university to follow students for life?

A new report by the Higher Education Commission reveals plans to monitor students “Amazon-style” at university.



British startup: Infection control training with smart glasses?

British startup Imertec is hoping to raise enough money to deliver training and guidance on infection control through wearable glasses.

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