Artificial intelligence is poised to enhance productivity, innovation and help countries across Africa to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals – helping to improve outcomes from health care to education. Yet as with any technology, the transformative potential benefits come with challenges that need to be managed and moderated. Though countries across sub-Saharan Africa are on this threshold of harnessing AI technologies to support genuine human development and bolster economic and political progress, there are likely to be ramifications on already precarious livelihoods, labour markets, and fragile governing institutions.
The application of AI must be connected to people and their needs on the ground, and the
potential benefits of AI translated into real impact for people. The ground-up approach of this
Forum is an excellent way to start drawing fresh ideas and practical use cases on how AI could
help increase access to
Discuss recent AI trends and the way that they improve health systems
Stimulate research and innovation in new technologies so that they can support the implementation of Universal Health Coverage
Evaluate national policies and strategies to use AI to achieve Sustainable Development Goals
Consolidate international partnerships to promote transparent and inclusive use of AI.
Determine and implement reliable policies for securing databases
Promote mother and child health through artificial intelligence
Multi-disciplinary , international, collaborative. Our speakers come from a wide range of backgrounds, from clinical medecine to entrepreneurship to data science. They work in start-ups , Hospitals . community centers, multinational entities, philantropic organizations and industry
how is ai used
Prediction of disease occurrence and its evolution
Personalized treatment recommendation
Diagnostic and therapeutic
Especially for the elderly
Computer assisted surgery
Anticipation of an epidemic and pharmacovigilance
Risk management and assistance with medical monitoring
Securing and managing databases
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