Zoe Kleinman is an experienced senior reporter covering business and technology news across BBC outlets. From cybersecurity and hacking to artificial intelligence and driverless cars, plus her experience reporting for BBC News on the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoe's vast expertise and knowledge of all things tech is brought to life as a keynote speaker or conference host.
Zoe Kleinman is a leading technology journalist and presenter with a real passion for all things tech and twenty years of broadcasting experience. The BBC's fist ever Technology Editor, and with over 20 years broadcasting experience, Zoe is a specialist presenter and reporter for all aspects of the tech agenda.
From cybersecurity and hacking to artificial intelligence and driverless cars, Zoe brings tech stories to a mainstream global audience of millions across international radio, TV and online outlets including Radio 4’s Today programme and BBC World News.
Zoe travels the world in search of the Next Big Thing – flying selfie-taking drones in the Nevada desert, spending the night in a house full of robots, being turned into a human beatbox, climbing Mount Everest (using Virtual Reality, in a hotel room in Las Vegas) and trying to survive for 48 hours using only Bitcoin on the Isle of Man (she discovered it was easier to buy beer than breakfast). Zoe’s exclusive reports about the parents whose children accidentally spend thousands of pounds while playing games online was discussed by politicians, and led to a parliamentary committee hearing on gaming and gambling.
Zoe has spent the past year also working as a senior journalist on the BBC News team reporting on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Zoe’s past corporate work has included hosting a fireside discussion with Sir Time Berners Lee and Nigel Shadbolt for the Open Data Institute, hosting the Fintech Connect conference and as a keynote speaker at Utility Week Live. Zoe’s vast expertise and knowledge of all things tech is brought to life as a keynote speaker or conference host.