Philip Apodo Oyier Jomo Kenyatta, University of Agriculture and Technology on AI and common problems in Africa
published: April 17, 2019, recorded: April 2019, views: 253
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This interview was part of a series filmed at the kick-off of the new Network of Excellence in Artificial Intelligence for Development in Nairobi, Kenya and is part of the efforts to continue this momentum and to support Africa’s emerging AI ecosystem. The emerging network of machine learning and AI practitioners and researchers undertaking a collaborative roadmap for AI for Development in Africa. The three-day workshop zoomed in on three critical areas of 1) policy and regulations, 2) skills and capacity building and 3) the application of AI in Africa.
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