Category archives for: IT Security

Centre Warns Gov’t Not to Substitute Medical Supplies Delivery System With Drones

Accra, Ghana, December 6, 2018//-Members of the Africa Centre for Health Policy (ACeHP) have warning Ghana’s government not to substitute medical supplies delivery system in the country with drones.

Swiss Gov’t is Putting Special Focus on Blockchain

Bern, Switzerland, December 3, 2018// – 250 participants attended Infrachain 18, the first blockchain conference focused on the public sector and infrastructure.

Uber Unveils Free Injury Protection Policy for Drivers and Riders in Ghana

Accra, Ghana, December 3, 2018/- From 21 December 2018, Uber driver-partners and riders in Ghana will have more peace of mind when using Uber, as Uber has rolled out free Injury Protection policy, provided by Old Mutual, a leading insurance company in Ghana.

WEF Report: Cybersecurity One of Top Risks to Doing Business

November 23, 2018//-Perceptions of top business risks vary by region, but cyber-attacks rank as the top worry for executives in three world regions.

World Bank Unveils Program to Support Francophone Africa’s Top Tech Entrepreneurs

Bamako, Mali, November 19, 2018/ — The World Bank Group announced L’Afrique Excelle, a six-month business acceleration program designed to support the 20 most promising growth stage technology start-ups operating in Francophone Africa.

China’s Cyber Security Law: How Prepared Are You?

November 8, 2018//-China is developing a unique cyber security and data protection regime that will fundamentally change the corporate information technology landscape.

South Africa Ready To Learn From Ghana’s Digital Address System

Accra, Ghana, November 6, 2018//-The South African Ambassador to Ghana, Her Excellency Madam Lulu Xingwana has expressed satisfaction with Ghana’s rolled-out digital property address system.

Connecting Kenya: AI as a Gov’t Tool to Accelerate Manufacturing Sector Growth

Nairobi, Kenya, October 22, 2018//-As exciting as the emergence of accessible and powerful artificial intelligence may be. There’s no single other exponential technology causing as much uncertainty among governments, businesses, and citizens.

Founder of AMMI Urges Africans to Invest in Research, Machine Intelligence

Kigali, Rwanda, October 18, 2018//-The President and founder of African Masters in Machine Intelligence AMMI, Professor Moustapha Cisse, has reiterated the need for Africans to invest in research and Machine Intelligence (MI) studies to address the challenges of the continent.

The Promise and Challenge of the Age of Artificial Intelligence

October 16, 2018//-AI promises considerable economic benefits, even as it disrupts the world of work. These three priorities will help achieve good outcomes.

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