Disruptive Africa Conference 2019 Pass – The African intelligent Economy
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With the the African Intelligent Economy DAX pass, you gain benefit below.
- Affordable self learning and development on applications and use cases of technologies like AI, IoT, AR/VR
- Join a network of industry players in the public and private sectors to discuss the African Intelligent economy.
- Gain access to conference.
- Access to certificates, meals.
- Access to conference materials.
The Intelligent Economy conference will focus issues pressing industrial issues. They include risk, applications, and opportunities in the use of AI, IoT, AR/VR, Cloud technologies for enhancing cross-industrial relationship and partnerships.
Further details about the intelligent economy; Why you need to pick up the Disruptive Africa Conference 2019 – The African Intelligent Economy pass.
The conference is based off the Economist Intelligence report sponsored by Microsoft. The report is a survey/feedback from over 400 top executives across several industries of the world hence, provides useful insights.
See findings to be referenced at The African Intelligent Economy Conference:
Respondents are optimistic about the economic benefits that AI will bring. Over the next five years, survey respondents expect AI to have a positive impact on growth (90%), productivity (86%), innovation (84%) and job creation (69%) in their country and industry.
Both private- and public-sector organisations consider AI essential to business strategy. More than nine out of ten respondents (94%) describe AI as important to solving their organisations’ strategic challenges. And 57% saying that it is “somewhat” important and a further 37% characterising it as “very” important.
The race to adopt and implement AI in business processes has already begun. More than one in four respondents (27%) say their organisations have already incorporated the technology into key processes and services. While another 46% have one or more AI pilot projects under way.
Despite their optimism, businesses recognise several major obstacles to leveraging AI successfully. When asked what major risks they see when adopting or increasing the use of AI, the list the following.
- cost or financial risk tops the list, cited by 42% of respondents.
- Next is execution risk, with 36% saying their organisation may not have the necessary resources, in terms of people or tools, to effectively implement AI.
Following closely behind are the workforce challenges involved in persuading employees to adopt new technology or learn new skills (35%) and security (32%).
Do not miss out on being part of the African Intelligent economy
Conference will be addressing use of technologies to enhance several sectors which include transport, Legal, manufacturing, consulting, cross-industrial partnerships
To see more details of speakers at the conference visit Disruptive Africa homepage.