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Tuesday, February 27
 

10:30am WAT

Artificial Intelligence & The Future of Work In Nigeria
Limited Capacity full
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Technology is changing the way we work and experts have predicted a future where about 65% of jobs are susceptible to robots and AI  thereby making our present and future jobs outlook pretty bleak.

In this speakeasy session we will discuss how best to prepare for this phenomenon, how to prepare for our future workplace and  what skills will be needed. We will also advise on how business and government can keep on top of technological advances.

Learn:
  • Why Artificial Intelligence revolution is important
  • Strategies governments and policy makers need to have to prepare for the revolution
  • How to take advantage of the phenomenon


Speakers
avatar for Emeka Okoye

Emeka Okoye

Semantic Web Architect & Knowledge Scientist., Cymantiks
I am the founder of CYMANTIKS, a company that makes People, Business, Government and Machines smarter using Linked Data and Cognitive computing.From my 18 years experience, I have developed vast knowledge in Enterprise, Mobility, Semantic Web, Open Data, with my primary focus being... Read More →


Tuesday February 27, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am WAT
Floor 2
  Speakeasy
 
Friday, March 2
 

10:30am WAT

Event Promotion: Solving issues faced by event planners when promoting their events
Limited Capacity seats available

Effectively promoting your event can be a challenge. How you use social media to engage your audience and prospective attendees is critical. This session will look at:
  1. Which platforms are best suited to help your achieve your events goals
  2. Leveraging social and digital media to tell compelling stories about your event.  
  3. Content creation as a key tool to driving traffic to your event



Friday March 2, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am WAT
Floor 3