The Spatial Times [Issue 07]

Official Release Date: 25 April 2023

Editor: Nettey Madhinga


Our 7th issue is centred around the theme “Emerging technologies and the Future”, where we showcase articles from both professionals and students in the field, the latest news, and exciting technology innovations that are shaping our future.
The community has contributed some thought-provoking pieces, which dive into the fascinating world of emerging technologies such as augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. They also highlight the implications of these technologies on our society and the future of work.
Apart from this, our magazine also features spatial knowledge games that allow readers to engage with and enhance their spatial skills, which are becoming increasingly important in our technology-driven world.

We invite you to explore this issue of The Spatial Times and join us on a journey of discovery as we delve into the exciting world of emerging technologies and the future they hold.

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