CENTURY founder wins Capgemini Women in AI Award
CENTURY Founder CEO Priya Lakhani OBE has won the inaugural Capgemini Women in AI Award, which recognises the female founders of European startups using artificial intelligence at the heart of their proposal.
The award, launched by consultancy firm Capgemini and nonprofit Women in AI, aims to both recognise leaders in the field and encourage more women to consider careers in AI-related fields.
“This award is proof that a good idea, combined with a relentless determination, will set you up with the best possible chance at success. I want girls everywhere to see artificial intelligence as a field in which they can thrive.” – Priya Lakhani OBE
NewsLebanon adopts CENTURY to sustain learning throughout school closures
CENTURY is honoured to be working with the Lebanese and British governments to bring our learning technologies free to thousands of schools and millions of families in Lebanon.
NewsCENTURY wins DfE and Nesta grant to upskill adult workers
CENTURY is one of 11 winners of the CareerTech Challenge Fund, a £5.75 million Nesta and Department for Education scheme to encourage bold solutions to improve people’s working lives and unlock employment opportunities for the future.