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The people leading the way to a smarter future
Companies don’t move the world forward, people do. Meet some of our 372,000 innovators creating a new vision for the next generation.
From stimulating the UK’s economy and kickstarting our sluggish productivity to raising wages, here’s four reasons why we should welcome the rise of AI.
Electricity theft was costing Brazil billions of dollars in lost revenue. One of the men responsible for solving the problem explains how he found an ally in a start-up – and uncovered an unlikely group of thieves.
Here are six tips for inspiring, motivating and leading your team towards greatness.
Farah AlShaikh discovered her love of hiking by accident. Now she’s in a race to enter the record books.
The world is about to become a lot more connected. Meet a man who has a plan to help the Internet of Things happen on a global scale.
Patrick Pernegger shows why it’s time for big business to embrace – rather than fear – people who are ready to break the rules.
Why leaving the armed forces can be more difficult than you might think.
Ready to change your future with an apprenticeship or higher learning program? Find out first-hand what life is really like beyond the glossy brochure…
Mai-Britt Soendberg needed a change of scene. A new job in Egypt taught her the joys of chaos, fresh mangos, and canoeing on the River Nile.
Can you be a real, passionate environmentalist if you work at a global organisation? It's a debate Inga Doak and her brother have a lot.
How much does your childhood shape your future? Teresa Collis tells us how her grandfather ignited her love for learning by having a library built in his back garden.
Three students tell us what it’s really like to study with Siemens.
Imagine a new kind of city; a connected place where the collective city - rather than the individual - becomes the energy consumer.
Toby Peyton-Jones has an unusual background for an HR Director.
He's helped more than 50,000 young people already.
What it's really like to study at the Europeans at Siemens program in Berlin.
35 years later she achieved her childhood dream.
"It's quite scary for Europeans or Westerners."
"It's this ancient process, of making something out of nothing."
"The walk was eerily quiet but I'm used to it."