Africa and AI – Now and the Future

Over the course of the summer, I joined the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University to contribute to the ethics and governance of artificial intelligence for societal interest initiative, with the Youth and Media team. I had an interest in the development of artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies; most importantly, how these technologies and developments can be tools for solving some of biggest problems the world face and aid better leadership and public impact.

In this piece, I shared my thoughts on the need for continental renaissance to shape the future of AI and how to spur a conscious involvement from stakeholders across Africa and the Global South.

Read the piece here.

 

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