ICYMI, March 2022: Cyber ageism and AI transforms healthcare

As we take a look at the technology events and developments of this year, here are some of Technology Magazine’s most popular articles from March 2022

The top 10 AI Search startups changing the search industry

Internet searches used to be carried out by text alone, which tends to deliver the same results for users in their searches. The advent of voice search with the likes of Alexa, image searches on platforms such as Pinterest and the likes of Netflix, who provide instantaneous hyperpersonalised user experiences, search is growing increasingly more intelligent - becoming a point of difference for many emerging software businesses as they aim to both shorten the customer journey to purchase, and sometimes extend it further towards a carefully curated selection of further choices.

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AT&T-backed study claims 72% of businesses lack hybrid plan

Future of Work 2022 survey from AT&T and Dubber Corporation Limited shows senior executives need strategy and tech reset due to new work operating model.

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International Women's Day - Life in technology post-pandemic

Deloitte Global predicts that large global technology firms, on average, will reach nearly 33% overall female representation in their work-forces in 2022.  While these signs are green shoots of encouragement, the fallout of the COVID pandemic is still being felt around industries and in some cases, caused a regression in gender roles. Technology Magazine invites leaders from Juniper Networks, Western Digital and Griffin to share their thoughts on how the pandemic has altered women's attitudes toward their career and growth - and what the consequences have been on their mental well-being.

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Report on the damaging impact of ageism in cyber security

Considered a modern field, the cyber security industry faces challenges brought upon by a number of structural obstacles that comes with being a newer industry. Along with diversity issues, with cyber professionals being predominantly male, ageism is another challenge that is contributing to the large skills gap in the industry

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Transforming healthcare with artificial intelligence

Valued at US$10.4bn in 2021, the global artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare market is expected to continue to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 38.4% from 2022 to 2030.  Lending itself to this growth is the growing datasets of patient health-related digital information, increasing demand for personalised medicine, and the rising demand for reducing care expenses.

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