Kick back and relax. We’ve selected our favourite Canon podcasts of 2023 for your listening pleasure, packed with info, insights and some surprises.
Kick back and relax. We’ve selected our favourite Canon podcasts of 2023 for your listening pleasure, packed with info, insights and some surprises.
Press photographer Martyn Wheatley has his images published all over the world is always where the news is – but it’s not a job for the faint-hearted.
Healthcare is a hot topic when discussing the impact of GenAI. What might change for doctors? And what must happen before it enters widespread use?
Are you using Generative AI to edit or create images? Then we know you have questions. We’ve put the most common to our EMEA IP Counsel, Mitain Patel.
When Nadeem Perera slid into Ollie Olanipekun’s DMs, they bonded over a shared love of birdwatching, and together turned it into a global phenomenon
Muhammed Muheisen attended the UN SDG Action Awards, where competition is the last thing on anyone’s mind, and everyone had a powerful story to tell.
Netra Venkatesh, the Under 16 Canon Young Champion of the Year at the 2022 Global Good Awards shares five important lessons from being a changemaker.
When it comes to R&D, Canon is no stranger to world firsts. The latest breakthrough comes in the form of nano-sized dots of ink with huge potential.
Content creators can reach millions of people, so authenticity is a genuine responsibility. But it’s also easy to mislead, as four creators found out.
Is your printer feeling lonely? Surely not! Your home printer is an invaluable part of the family and Carmen of MLC Estudio wouldn’t be without hers.
Many photos of LGBTQ+ life have been hidden away for decades. Just making and keeping them was a huge risk, but finally we can see their joy and value.
In the second part of our dive into Generative AI, we look at some potentially unexpected – and positive – outcomes of its use in creative industries.
Whatever you feel about it, Generative AI is here. But what might it mean for human creatives? We’re exploring what could change – and stay the same.
The metaverse and its technologies have so much potential for global healthcare. But what could that look like? And what might we need to realise it?
They’ve grown smaller and more powerful for decades, but will computer chips soon reach their limit? Or is nanoimprint lithography the future?
Katie is happier in front of the camera than she has ever been. But she, like so many others, had to suffer deep gender dysphoria to reach trans joy.
Supporting the young to tell their stories is essential or we’ll miss a world of understanding, says Peter Bragg, Canon EMEA’s Sustainability Director.
It’s not just a ‘young people’ thing. More of us than ever are switching on subtitles when we watch film and TV – but why? And what do they solve?
White is a colour that has defied definition for centuries and its use, formula, popularity and ability to affect our thinking has never stop changing.
A passenger ferry is an unusual place to find a classroom, but this is life for the Ukrainian refugees and their children who live on board Isabelle
When there is so much need, how do charities and humanitarian organisations stay afloat? Plan International create partnerships through storytelling.
For an image-driven business, a studio isn’t a luxury – it’s a necessity. So, when Canon EMEA & UK moved to a new HQ, it was time to raise the game.
Photojournalism is filled with emotion, detail and nuance. So, how can it be accessed fully by the visually impaired? By combining knowledge and tech.
Most Inspiring Women in Cyber’, Zoë Rose and Sakina Asadova discuss their careers and share words of advice for those following in their footsteps.
Jenny Rayner, the CEO of The Lucy Rayner Foundation has turned the trauma of loss into a powerful force for good. Content warning: suicide
Our new report, The Future of Filmmaking, notes four shifts in the industry which go beyond tech. So, just what are these forces creating such change?
If you think your workplace is the last to catch up with new technology, fear not: the metaverse will be heading your way. You just might not notice.
When it comes to Extended Reality, it’s easy to focus entirely on the tech. But when Canon engineers designed MREAL, they paid attention to people.
Visitors to Canon at CES 2023 discovered new immersive ways to experience Knock at the Cabin, a new movie by critically acclaimed director, M. Night Shyamalan.
Pantone’s Colour of the Year might just seem like a bit of fun, but its industry reach makes it big business. Now it’s heading for the metaverse.
The SDGs can be a guiding light in understanding and mapping a commitment to sustainable business. But how do organisations begin their SDG journey?
What happens when you put a Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist in a room with 30 teenagers who love photography? They bond and they learn.
Dr Maria Ardiaca tends to over 3000 sick animals a year, but there’s not a puppy in sight. Instead, her clinic treats axolotls, geckos – even minipigs.
Eliška SKY’s exploration of the UN Sustainable Development Goals is a stunning and surreal interpretation of destruction, action, fear and hope.
Right now, the metaverse is no more than a lot of speculation – and that’s great! With nothing off the table, creators are free to show us what might be.
In 2018, Canon UK’s Claire Behan volunteered as a photographer for Special Olympics. Today, she covers their events worldwide and loves every minute.
What is it about school that makes starting a new term after a long summer so easy? And what might the equivalent look like in the modern workplace?
Let’s make fashion circular! Buying and selling clothes is an easy way to find unique new looks, make some money and do your bit for the planet.
Every time he steps out onto the pitch, Canon UK’s Aji Ajibola takes his place in footballing history – with all the joy and responsibility it brings.
To break the stigma around mental health we must all speak up. But if someone wants to talk about how they are feeling, what’s the best way to listen?
The countdown to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games is on and there’s plenty to be done! Find out what it means to be part of this special event.
When Naomi Bennett was told that there was no demand for lesbian film, she launched a platform to ‘disrupt a broken model’ for audiences and filmmakers.
Storytelling, and our appetite for tales, is something uniquely human. But are we at a crossroads for how we tell and enjoy stories? What happens next?
Expo 2020 Dubai has shown us marvels of human ingenuity. But when the Expo ends, how do we take what all we’ve seen and learnt and use it every day?
City planners have the unenviable task of creating spaces that are secure, attractive and function well. How can video analytics help them succeed?
Biopsies are currently the only way to investigate tissue abnormalities, but some are invasive and imprecise. Can advanced medical imaging change this?
How do female filmmakers find success? Three successful women in the film industry talk determination, networking and togetherness at Expo 2020 Dubai.
Demand for digital skills is high, but supply is lagging. Alex Thurgood discusses how we can all meet the challenge in this Expo 2020 Dubai webinar.
In a digital world, there are still some places where paper brings the magic and Belgium’s Atelier d'Architecture de Genval is one such place.
Once known as ‘The World Fair’, these global events have given us innovations we just can’t live without – Expo 2020 Dubai looks set to do the same.
Life without print? No thanks! We celebrate International Print Day by exploring how Johannes Gutenbergs’s Printing Press changed the world forever.
We join the Lens on Life Project and take our Young People Programme to Goma, a city scarred by war and disasters, where education is in short supply.
At the Telgte veterinary clinic in Germany, a new CT scanning solution is taking some of the stress and risk out of examining injured and sick horses.
Over 170 wildlife photographers, hundreds of limited-edition art prints and one united goal: to raise funds for African Parks and their communities.
We are creatures of habit, and many of them save us time and make us more efficient, but how do we change the ones that make life more difficult?
Joining up the social, economic and environmental aspects of sustainability is all a matter of perspective, says Sustainability Director, Peter Bragg.
Canon ANELVA’s technology has been helping the Japanese Space Agency to analyse samples from the asteroid ‘Ryugu’, as part of their Hayabusa2 mission.
It’s been a quiet year at Man Utd, but for team doctor, Steve McNally, it also means that essential contributions to medical research have had to pause.
Cecilie Harris’ conversations with Canon Ambassadors have given her insight into their motivation and purpose that extends far beyond the kitbag.
As vaccines rollout and offices start to open their doors again, returning might feel daunting. What can you do to make the transition less stressful?
Awards are always great, but they’re more than just an accolade. They are also a great way to understand, develop and share your sustainability story.
We haven’t been sending as many lately, but greetings cards to loved ones can be loaded with so much more significance than a text message or email.
Where you go, what you do and how you say goodbye all have an impact on our planet. Set your intentions today to make a real difference to our future.
He’s been to space, both poles and the deepest known point in the ocean and uses his adventures to share the stories of young people with the world.
Canon Inc. has opened a new ‘volumetric video’ studio in Kawasaki, where artists and directors can create truly immersive multi-dimensional content.
Being visible isn’t easy. Over the last century, large-scale activism has driven massive social change. But before the crowds, there were the artists.
Do you own your image? Whether you model for a living or are snapped on the street, what can be done with photograph? And what are your rights?
The burial rites of ancient Egyptians have fascinated us for generations. Now new deep-learning tech gives us incredible details of mummified animals.
Are you ready for ‘The Great Reset’? There are plenty of learnings from our current adapted ways of working, but which should we adopt permanently?
When lockdown hit and Maria Ashby-Giles' wedding photography business ground to a halt, she rolled up her sleeves and refused to let self-doubt win.
FuturePrint Summit brings the best in technology and ideas to an online audience. But this virtual platform also attracts a welcome new demographic.
Scam websites are increasingly sophisticated – would you know how to spot one? Find out some tried and tested ways to find the deceit in the details.
Returning to the office is daunting for some, exciting for others. What can organisations do to make their teams feel confident, comfortable and valued?
Intimidated by Industry 5.0? Print industry expert Karis Copp shares advice for businesses looking to dip a toe into the next Digital Transformation.
The success of an organisation begins and ends with its people. So how can we foster a culture in which employees feel safe, supported and valued?
The ‘new normal’ has given us a great opportunity to look at the way we lead. Industry expert David Meade offers some sound advice for the future.
Canon has developed the world’s first 1-megapixel SPAD image sensor. But what does this mean? How does it work? And where might we see it in use?
Your photos may not just be valuable to you. Visual and historical anthropologist, Prof. Elizabeth Edwards tells us what can be learnt from our snaps.
The arrival of the Digital Services Act will make shopping, selling or socialising online that little bit better for everyone. But why do we need it?
We believe that education holds the key to a more equitable world. Meet four organisations who share our view and learn about their important work with young people.
In-house imaging gives Dr Steve McNally, Head of Football Medicine at Man Utd, the edge in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of player injuries.
From future employees, to potential partners, the sustainability credentials of businesses are under scrutiny from every quarter and like never before.
Covid 19 has thrust an entirely new way of working and communicating upon us all. For managers, this is a time when their teams need them most.
A multi-skilled community of engineers has been the backbone of Canon since the 1970s. Our EMEA Head of Service shares the structure that supports them.
The Olympians and Paralympians of GB Curling have a team of experts using world-class tech to guide their techniques and function at peak performance.
Ransomware is a formidable opponent and attacks can cripple businesses. No one is safe, but there are steps you can take to protect your organisation.
Whether your working day is time fluid, flexible or just demanding, the humble Out of Office autoreply can give you a helping hand.
Print is absolutely everywhere, doing things you wouldn’t expect and popping up in unexpected places. It’s never ‘just print’ – it’s so much more.
Whether it’s for productivity, learning or just for fun, immersive and interactive experiences are better, smarter and clearer than ever before.
Lizzi Goldmeier of BriefCam shares five key ways that cities can use their existing infrastructure to work towards a ‘smart’ future.
In a world of ever-shifting technology, what does the role of IT and the CIO look like today…and tomorrow?
Three of Canon’s senior leaders give their predictions and advice for 2020, which looks set to be another fast-moving year for the technology industry.
To describe Cheryl Walsh as an underwater photographer is a disservice to her art. In truth, water is simply her conduit to explore the inner world.
Deepfakes are here to stay, but it’s not all bad news – where there is powerful tech, it’s not hard to find people putting it to positive use.
Words of wisdom from throughout history hold the key to principles that can help to keep your company safe from cyber-attacks.
Cosplay is so much more than just dressing up for fun. It’s a worldwide phenomenon that teaches new skills and creates communities.
Where do you stand on black? Is it a colour? An absence of colour? Or something else entirely? And why does it matter? We ask the experts.
We look at the past, present and future of the world’s second biggest film industry – Nollywood.
If you’ve shared a screenshot, downloaded pics for a presentation or used an image from Google for your blog, you could be breaking the law without realising.
Five key questions every enterprise should ask themselves when assessing the cyber hygiene of their organisation.
In the pursuit of limiting radiation exposure in CT scanning, Doctors at ASZ Aalst hospital in Belgium have purchased a Canon Aquilion ONE GENESIS.
Film photographers walk among us, but is it just fashion? Or are they eschewing digital as a way to find mindfulness and meaning in their subjects?