AI Summit Cape Town: Human capacity truly reimagined
The world's number one AI event for business lands in Africa. The launch of the AI Summit Cape Town as part of AfricaCom this year will bring together CxOs, Heads of Digital and Innovation from across Africa.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is underway
Powered by AI technologies, businesses are transforming the way they operate and the way they serve their customers.
But what is the real opportunity for your business? Where can you implement tech to maximise the benefits and how do you need to adapt to take advantage?
These are the questions being addressed at the cutting-edge of business transformation in Africa.
Engaging with leading global multinationals as well as regional powerhouses, the AI Summit Cape Town event will look to uncover the true opportunity AI presents for the most forward thinking enterprises, tackling the challenges around people-change management, upskilling the workforce, creating deeper relationships with customers and partners as well as understanding the business case.
Hot topics include
- Empowering and upskilling the workforce leveraging AI
- People-change management, how does your structure change when you've implemented AI?
- Getting the most from small data sets: the power of transfer learning
- Adapting your business to take every opportunity with AI
- How will AI impact low to middle income economies?
- How does policy need to change to support the AI ecosystem?
Download the brochure to find out:
- The top ten AI trends for 2018
- Confirmed keynote speakers
- What to expect this year
...and much more!
Download the NEW AI report
The emergence of telecom AI use cases will vary greatly in application and scale across the globe.
The deployment of AI on the continent of Africa, in the coming years, will have to overcome a number of market and societal barriers to see the potential of artificial intelligence fully realised.
Nevertheless, Tractica estimates that spending on AI-driven software for telecom use cases in Africa will grow from $4.4 million in 2018 to more than $265 million in 2025.
Download the new report today to gain insight on seven key telecom use cases.