With the internet today becoming more widely available, the cost of connectivity decreasing and smart phone penetration increasing, businesses are leveraging on this to create new products and services that are revolutionising how companies run their operations and interact with customers.
The summit, however, which is lined to explore and review the various applications of Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) is further purposed to highlight the true potential of technology across multiple sectors and industries acting as a catalyst between policy makers, government, market movers, and thought leadership.
The objective for the summit will be to brighten the public on the current information, an event which will be marred by inspiring speakers from across Africa.
“Our highly researched summit agenda is determined to deliver insightful and the latest information from inspiring speakers from across Africa.” Said Laura Chite, CEO, CIO East Africa.
According to Chite, the two day summit will have delegates who are well equipped with the knowledge of current developments which would enable them connect with key personnel
The cost of connectivity to the internet is depreciating and smart phone penetration increasing. Businesses are leveraging on this to create new products and services that are revolutionising how companies run their operations and interact with customers.
It is against this backdrop that Kenya will this week host East Africa’s Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence summit which will be held on Thursday.