Weetracker: Which African Startups Are “Really” Deploying Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

Access Partnership's Artificial Intelligence for Africa paper was featured in Weetracker. Read more here.

Access Partnership’s Artificial Intelligence for Africa paper was featured in Weetracker:

“A recent paper published by Access Partnership and the University of Pretoria highlights four important sectors where AI could greatly benefit Africa’s nations – agriculture, healthcare, public services, and financial services. The paper also points existing structural challenges that hamper AI development including little broadband coverage, inflexible education systems, and a lack of big data.”

Read the full story here.

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