Emergence exists to make the world a better place to live and work through the thoughtful adoption of advanced technologies. We do this by building strategies that develop fluidity between humans and technology, motivating people while driving cheaper, faster and smarter results.
Technology has the power to fundamentally transform the world of work - but the onus is now on business leaders to ensure that the organisational frameworks are in place to allow humans to be the drivers of this change.
Set up to be different, we listen and empower businesses to achieve their own success.
We work with you as part of your team to drive meaningful and scaled impact.
We see your business as a whole and actively look for opportunities to integrate technology solutions.
We never forget that people are at the heart of every business and blend an understanding of people with tech expertise.
We work with a trusted network of expert partners, who can deliver projects with us for you.
The Emergence Tech+ Stack provides a platform that leaves no stone unturned in the search for profound business transformation. In our latest paper we explain how it works.
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We’re dedicating this International Women’s Day to Ada Lovelace, an English mathematician and writer who published the world’s first ever algorithm.
Despite being bed-bound by illness for much of her childhood, by the age of 12 Ada had decided she wanted to fly. While aviation proved somewhat impossible in early 19th Century England, Ada instead set about effectively inventing the science of computing through her writing on mathematics.
Lovelace’s theories were as poetic as they were pioneering. Her concept of “poetical science”, in which the “theoretical and the practical (…) are brought into more intimate and effective connection with each other”, is acutely relevant to our ongoing struggle to achieve harmony between humans and technology today. In her own way, we consider Ada the ancestor of our mission at Emergence.
Despite repeated attempts to dispute her achievements, including one historian’s characterisation of her “delusions” and “shallow understanding”, Lovelace is now celebrated as one of the first computer programmers.
Here’s to Ada and to all women who wish to fly against the odds.
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