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    Artificial intelligence carries a huge upside. But potential harms need to be managed

      Alison Gillwald, Adjunct Professor, Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance, University of Cape Town Rachel Adams,  Doctoral Supervisor, University of Cape Town   Artificial intelligence and...

    The diet of invasive toads in Mauritius has some rare species on the menu

      James Baxter-Gilbert, Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Invasion Biology (C·I·B), Department of Botany & Zoology, Stellenbosch University The guttural toad (Sclerophrys gutturalis) is a common amphibian...

    In a world first, South Africa grants patent to an artificial intelligence system

      Meshandren Naidoo, PhD Fellow and LexisNexis Legal Content Researcher and Editor, University of KwaZulu-Natal   At first glance, a recently granted South African patent relating to...

    Atelier Mobilité durable : Repenser le paysage de la mobilité à Maurice

      La mobilité à Maurice est dans une impasse : responsable d’un quart des émissions de CO2 du pays, ses routes sont congestionnée et...

    The Role of Mauritian Universities in Supporting Translational Research: The Case of the Smartbite Project

      Dr Brinda Ramasawmy, Senior Lecturer in Agricultural Economics and Management at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Mauritius Dr Hudaa Neetoo, Senior Lecturer in Microbiology...

    From Hook to Cook – Reimagining Artisanal Fisheries in Mauritius

      Dr Greg Duggan, Strategic Projects & Support Lead Abalobi ICT4FISHERIES NPC (ABALOBI) Ms Josheena Naggea, PhD Candidate at Stanford University Dr Catherine Ward, Environmental Sustainability Consultant   In...

    Humpback whales may have bounced back from near-extinction, but it’s too soon to declare them safe

      Olaf Meynecke, Research Fellow in Marine Science, Griffith University The resurgence in humpback whale populations over the past five decades is hailed as one of...

    Hundreds of fish species, including many that humans eat, are consuming plastic

      Alexandra McInturf, University of California, Davis Matthew Savoca, Stanford University Trillions of barely visible pieces of plastic are floating in the world’s oceans, from surface...

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