The African ICT Foundation has called on institutions, organizations, startups and individuals who have expertise in the creation of intelligent drones, intelligent robots, or other applications that are related to Artificial Intelligence to apply for partnership.

The Foundation, while making the call in a statement issued and signed by its Executive Secretary. Mr. Bassey Emmanuel said partnering with the Foundation will afford these sets of individuals and groups the opportunity to expand and ultimately attain greater height in their technology innovation pursuit.

“Are you an institution, organization, startups and individuals who have created intelligent drones, intelligent robots or other applications related to Artificial Intelligence with the hope of expansion and attending greater heights, we call on you to get in touch with us,” the statement announced.

The call, according to Bassey became necessary owing to a deal it recently sealed with the United Nations, where the African ICT Foundation is expected to assemble technology innovators in the areas of Artificial Intelligence on the African continent.

The statement added that if your activities fall into any of the listed categories and you are interested in the said venture; send a letter of intent to for further processes.

The African ICT Foundation is an independent non-profit, non-partisan organization with a vision to formulating, evaluating and promoting ICT and Telecoms policies. The Foundation is aimed primarily at creating job opportunities, accelerating innovation, and boosting productivity, and progress in the African economy.


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