Data from a vast array of sources is becoming available in many African countries. Machine learning and analysis are being applied to solve real problems on the ground.We at Data Science Africa aim to create a hub in the network of data science researchers across Africa, by,
The AI research group at Makerere University specialises in the application of artificial intelligence and data science —including, for example, methods from machine learning, computer vision and predictive analytics—to problems in the developing world.
The first innovation lab in Africa, Pulse Lab Kampala brings together data scientists, data engineers, partnership specialists, academics and technical experts to generate high impact data analysis tools to address development challenges. These innovative tools support UN partners and government in anticipating and responding to poverty, impacts of natural disasters, epidemics and food security by leveraging new sources of digital ‘Big Data’ (such as social media, mobile data, online information) and real-time analytics. Through partnerships, and in alliance with the Government, Pulse Lab Kampala acts as an ecosystem catalyst. In addition to keynoting regional conferences on data innovation, the Lab conducts learning sessions for UN partners and workshops for government and academic partners.
IBM Research-Africa is IBM's 12th global laboratory and the first commercial technology research facility on the continent conducting both applied and far-reaching exploratory research.
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