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Thursday, February 27 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
HOW TO PREPARE OUR AFRICAN YOUTH FOR A FUTURE WITH AI Queue Early!

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"For most of us in so called third world countries, self-driving cars, voice assistants, and other artificially intelligent technologies are truly out there. Yet, we ought to recall that 15 years ago, the internet wasn’t a dominant force in our lives like it is currently and as such, things that are out of the norm would be common place. AI then will be more than a tool; in fact, AI will be their co-worker and an ubiquitous part of their lives.

To prepare our learners to use AI and big data effectively –to comprehend it’s inherent limitations, and build even better platforms and intelligent systems — they need to be prepared now - FUTURE READY. It means overhauling our system; changes in our elementary schools as well as major overdue upgrades in how we teach IT in our secondary schools. "

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avatar for Adetola Salau

Adetola Salau

Senior special Assistant on STEM education, Ministry of Education Lagos State
Ms Adetola Salau is a social innovative entrepreneur, global educator, author and transformation agent. She is currently the Senior Special Assistant on STEM Education to the Honorable Commissioner in Lagos State. She is also an Engineer and the author of more than ten books, one... Read More →
avatar for Kemak Onyenaucheya

Kemak Onyenaucheya

Executive Director, Global child health and safety initiative
(Designate) Dr. Kemak Onyenaucheya, a Social Engineer, is a Certified Childcare Professional by the Texas Department of Family & Protective Services as well as a certified Mental Health Counselor/Abuse Recovery Specialist by the SUN Behavioral Health, USA.He holds certificate in Children\\\\\\'s... Read More →


Thursday February 27, 2020 2:30pm - 3:30pm WAT
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