Artificial Intelligence at East Africa Com 2019
Discover how Artificial Intelligence is transforming enterprises and elevating economies in Africa
Explore the business case and consider how this game-changing technology can enhance your business
AI - a reality in East Africa?
Artificial Intelligence technologies are becoming a reality across East Africa, and are largely viewed as the next disruption in the digital space. And it's having an effect, particularly in the financial sector, as well as governments in the region, who are implementing the technology to improve efficiency in governance, quell corruption and create more employment opportunities.
Hear from everyone including Chris Orwa, Lead Data Scientist at I&M Bank to Dr. Bitange Ndemo, Chairman of the Blockchain and AI Taskforce at Government of Kenya, and see which countries in the region are leading the way...
Day 1: Building globally competitive digital economies in Africa
Join Dr. Bitange Ndemo, Chairman of the Blockchain and Artificial intelligence Taskforce, Government of Kenya and Steven Kirenga, Marketing and Communications, National Information Technology Authority of Uganda as they explore the defining features of a thriving digital economy, discuss developing ICT policies to facilitate and accelerate the spread of internet connectivity and create the perfect environment for investment, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Don't miss this keynote panel discussion on Day 1 of East Africa Com 2019.
Day 1: Game-Changing Disruptive Technologies
How will Artificial Intelligence technologies transform African business and elevate African economies? Join Chris Orwa, Lead Data Scientist at I&M Bank to find out, on Day 1 of East Africa Com 2019.
Meet a few of 2019's influential speaker line-up!
Blockchain and AI become a reality in East Africa
Blockchain, a digital distributed ledger system for recording and tracking transactions, is slowly becoming a reality in East Africa.
Several countries in the region, including Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda, have shown great interest in the technology to improve service delivery and grow their economies. The technology is already being piloted in critical sectors such as health, agriculture, land, and transport.