Category archives for: Internet

Grundfos Forum Opens to the World Through Virtual Conference

August 14, 2018//-Water, environment and sustainability professionals from all over the world will have the opportunity to learn more about the future of water solutions, as leading pump manufacturer Grundfos opens up its global customer forum to the world. 

The Irony of Data Privacy in Ghana

Accra, Ghana, August 3, 2018//-Data privacy, also referred to as information privacy, is the aspect of information technology (IT) that deals with the preparedness of an organization or individual to decide what data about him/her in a computer system can be shared with third parties.

Aurecon Engineer’s Paper on IoT in the Energy Sector Secures European Utility Week Spot

August 1, 2018//-Aurecon Electrical Engineer, Keith Katyora, has presented a paper at the Gen-X Theatre, the POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa (Power-GEN) conference’s platform for young professionals and postgraduates in the power sector.  Katyora was also named as one of the top three African presenters and his paper entitled ‘Internet-of-Things (IoT) and its impact on the Power […]

AIMS Begins African Master’s in Machine Intelligence Course

Kigali, Rwanda, July 31, 2018/ — The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) has  launched a one-year intensive African Master’s in Machine Intelligence (AMMI) in partnership with Facebook and Google.

Laptops Lie Idle in Schools on Lack of Skilled Tutors

July 26, 2018//-Lower primary public school teachers are not using technology in classrooms due to computer illiteracy, drawing attention to more than Sh30 billion spent on the purchase of the laptops for pupils.

Advice from Silicon Valley: How Tech-sector Practices Can Promote Innovation in Gov’t

July 23, 2018//-Public-sector leaders recently met with leaders from the region’s most innovative companies to learn about their culture of innovation firsthand.

How Tech is now Reshaping Human and Business Relations

July 13, 2018//-The past two months have been quite busy for anyone interested in new frontiers in technology in Kampala, Uganda.

Nigeria Supports Google’s Next Billion Users Plan

July 11, 2018//-In line with its Economic Recovery and Growth Plan, especially its strategy to diversify the  Nigerian economy by making technology an enabler for forex revenue earnings, the Buhari administration would be actively supporting Google’s Next Billion users plan intended to ensure greater digital access in Nigeria and around the world. 

Building a Digital Continent: Towards a New Model for Collaboration Between Africa and its Developed Peers

Nairobi, Kenya, 2 July 2018//- According to the World Bank’s most recent report on Global Economic Prospects, despite the broad global recovery currently underway, Africa still faces substantial downside risks, especially relating to challenges with subdued productivity and potential growth.

How Can Business Leaders Make the New World of Work Better for People?

John Donahoe of ServiceNow and Jeff Weiner of LinkedIn speak about how businesses can play a role in improving work for people in the age of automation and artificial intelligence. June 25, 2018//-How can CEOs stay ahead of the curve in training and developing their workforces for using automation and artificial intelligence (AI)? Since companies are […]

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