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What to expect from the mining sector in 2018 - Andile Sangqu
Africa's biggest mining and investment conference has officially kicked off in Cape Town. Opening the Indaba, South Africa's minister of minerals and resources Mosebenzi Zwane says the mining sector is expected to continue to strength within the short to medium term into 2018. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Design Indaba Conference gives you creative fuel
If you're still wondering whether you should book your seat for the 2014 Design Indaba Conference, just take chief marketing officer of Investec Raymond van Niekerk's word for it: "I come here, and my colleagues come here, and whatever we've got planned for the year, it doesn't quite work out the same anymore because what happens here is you get tilted. Someone is going to change my day, change my month and change my life, they're going to change everything. I would like to see more people who are from the mining industry or financial services; from fast-moving consumer goods or in the service industry attending; not to learn design but to realise that to get great ideas, you have to listen to people who think differently to you." View more inspiring videos like this one at http://www.designindaba.com/video Designindaba.com hosts hundreds of videos of speaker presentations and interviews and world design news. Updated daily, its content features the most cutting-edge design thinking and the work and ideas of the world's industry leaders in all the creative fields. Design Indaba is a multi-tiered platform committed to a better world through creativity. Established in 1995 with its flagship conference, it has evolved into a multidisciplinary experience that now consists of the globally acclaimed annual Design Indaba Conference, Simulcast, Expo and FilmFest, as well as a host of parties, performances, training workshops, design projects, community initiatives and publications. www.designindaba.com
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South Africa Mining Industry's Gloomy Future
South Africa's 20th Annual African Mining Indaba, has wrapped up, in Cape Town, South Africa. Most delegates attending the event noted that the outlook for the mining-industry in 2014, remains gloomy. CCTV's Sumitra Nydoo reports.
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Kari Vatanen's Presentation on Implementing ML in Finance - AI Decision-Making Summit 2018
Kari Vatanen (Varma Mutual Pension Insurance) speaks on implementing machine learning in the financial markets.
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Shaping the Digital Mine
Hexagon Mining is combining integration and innovation to deliver real-time information that makes mines safer and more productive. EVP Technology and Innovation, Glenn Wylde explains the highlights.
Views: 263 Hexagon
'What is Creating Shared Value'?
Creating Shared Value (CSV) is a powerful tool and concept for companies to use as they look to conduct business. Ultimately, it's a strategy for developing the future market while also strengthening economies, the marketplace, communities, and corporate coffers. Yet the term runs the risk of being confused with corporate social responsibility (CSR) or, worse, as being a way to redistribute wealth. To combat this, we are launching a video to illustrate and explain the concept of CSV. You see, sometimes it seems that the CSR field is engaged in a lifelong game of the 1970s game show classic, Password. In this version, each of us practitioners tries to guess the next iteration of the naming rights of the field based upon one-word associations. Your C-Level celebrity and partner utters the acronym "CSR" and you respond "SUSTAINABILITY!" The crowd gives a round of applause and you get a pat on the back. Then it's on to the next word. About the last thing the CSR or sustainability field needs is yet another term for itself. A while back, I wrote a blog post about this confusion in an attempt to describe where I stand about this word choice. And now the field is faced with another term: Creating Shared Value (CSV). But in conversations with corporate folks, academics, and social media mavens, I find that most meet CSV with some hesitancy. In part, I think this hesitancy is due to understandable resistance to the Password game of terminology, which I jokingly described above. But CSV shouldn't be dismissed as yet another round of this game. CSV is a very powerful concept that can serve as a valuable forcing function for companies to think differently about its approach to social and environmental issues. Indeed, major companies, such as Nestle, have begun approaching business explicitly using the CSV framework.
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DL Indaba: AI Investments in Africa: GCPPodcast 147
Original post: https://www.gcppodcast.com/post/episode-147-dl-indaba-ai-investments-in-africa/ This week we are bringing you a couple of interviews from last week’s Deep Learning Indaba conference. Dr. Vukosi Marivate, Andrea Bohmert and Yasin(i) Musa Ayami talk about the burgeoning machine learning community, research, companies and AI investment landscape in Africa. While Mark is at Google Cloud Next in Tokyo, Melanie is joined by special guest co-hosts Nyalleng Moorosi and Willie Brink. Vukosi and Yasin(i) share how Deep Learning Indaba is playing an important role to recognize and grow machine learning research and companies on the African continent. We also discuss Yasin(i)’s prototyped app, Tukuka, and how it won the Maathai Award which is given to individuals who are a positive force for change. Tukuka is being built to aid economically disadvantaged women in Zambia get access to financial resources that are currently unavailable. Andrea rounds up the interviews by giving us a VC perspective on the AI start-up landscape in Africa and how that compares to other parts of the world. As Nyalleng says at the end, AI is happening in Africa and has great potential for impact.
Postgraduate Geography at Oxford
Postgraduate Geography at Oxford. With over 200 graduate students from a range of nationalities, professional and disciplinary backgrounds, the School of the Geography and the Environment at Oxford is one of the largest, most diverse and vibrant in the world. Featuring Rohitesh Dhawan (MSc Environmental Change and Management).
Mining needs quantum change -- SAIMM
JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) -- The mining industry was not pushing the limits technology far enough needed to make a quantum change in crafting new solutions, immediate South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM) past president Dr Gordon Smith said on Tuesday.
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2017 Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation
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CSI expenditure from SA's top companies amounted to R7.8 billion in 2013
According to research group Trialogue, corporate social investment expenditure from South Africa's top companies amounted to R7.8 billion in 2013, up13% from the previous year. How can corporates ensure the goodwill deeds are more than PR exercises but instead are relevant, reliable and sustainable initiatives? Ayanda-Allie Paine spoke to industry leaders and CSI communication company Kaelo Engage to compile a check list for corporates seeking to bring about real, lasting change...
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MBI 2013 conference trailer video clip
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Gilbertson 'very, very bullish' on platinum-group metals
JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) -- Mining industry doyen Brian Gilbertson, who has been involved in several landmark industry-making investments, foresees South Africa's platinum endowment as providing the potential for yet another industry-making surge.
Views: 174 MiningWeekly
2015 SME Annual Conference & Expo Keynote
The Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME) in partnership with the Colorado Mining Association (CMA) hosted a pivitol keynote session during their joint meeting, February 16. The session was titled, "The Mine of the Future: Forecasting Opportunities and Challenges for the Global Mining Industry," and examined how the international mining industry is softening as the global economy expands at a more moderate pace and mine capacity may have outstripped demand in the short term. However, in the individual mining sectors of coal, metal, industrial minerals and aggregates, opportunities await for smarter companies that are meeting their own domestic and international challenges by opening new markets, creating new products, cutting costs and improving efficiencies. This multi-industry sector panel addressed both the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for each mining sector. The panel included: Moderator, Peter Bryant, Senior Fellow & Honorary Co-founder, the Kellogg Innovation Network Speakers/panelists: Red M. Conger, President Americas, Freeport McMoRan Inc. Christopher Curfman, Vice President Mining Sales & Support Division, Caterpillar Bryan Galli, Group Executive and Chief Marketing Officer, Peabody Energy Dean Gehring, President & CEO, Rio Tinto Minerals Barry Hudson, Director of Aggregates Northern Europe, HeidelbergCement The session was attended by more than 2000 attendees of the 2015 Annual Conference & Expo.
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Better Supply Chain Management Through SME Reporting
Through the Competitive Business Program, GRI is working in the developing world to stimulate more transparency on how small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are impacting our global society and world. In this video GRI Chief Executive Tim Mohin talks about why large enterprises should join the program in the target countries (Colombia, Ghana, Indonesia, Peru, South Africa and Vietnam) and motivate their SMEs suppliers to begin reporting on their sustainability impacts. Read more: https://3blmedia.com/News/Better-Supply-Chain-Management-Through-SME-Reporting
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Mr. Tom Albanese CEO Vedanta Resources plc, U.K.
PLENARY SESSION - I "Exploration & Production Challenges – A Way Forward" 5th World PetroCoal Congress and Expo - 2015 15-17 February 2015 Convention Centre-NDCC, Parliament Street, New Delhi, INDIA
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Design Indaba Conference 2013 roundup
Design, innovation, inspiration and enough creative energy to set the room alight -- the 2013 Design Indaba Conference was a smorgasbord of creative highlights. Over three days in February 2013 more than 30 speakers from a multitude of disciplines delighted audiences with their pioneering work and cutting edge thought leadership. Enjoy this whistle stop tour of Conference highlights. It'll just take a minute. View more inspiring videos like this one at http://www.designindaba.com/video Designindaba.com hosts hundreds of videos of speaker presentations and interviews and world design news. Updated daily, its content features the most cutting-edge design thinking and the work and ideas of the world's industry leaders in all the creative fields. Design Indaba is a multi-tiered platform committed to a better world through creativity. Established in 1995 with its flagship conference, it has evolved into a multidisciplinary experience that now consists of the globally acclaimed annual Design Indaba Conference, Simulcast, Expo and FilmFest, as well as a host of parties, performances, training workshops, design projects, community initiatives and publications. www.designindaba.com Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/C3WT/
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African Union to boost trade between states | Money Talks
An historic deal has been signed in the Rwandan capital, Kigali. Many African heads of state have agreed on a treaty that aims to increase intra-Africa trade to 24% from 16% of the continent's total. The Africa Continental Free Trade Area will create a common market place across the continent. For more on this Ifeanyi Ukoha, an economic consultant and a former banker with Central Bank of Nigeria, joins us from Abuja. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world
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DuPont MECS Executive Forum at Sulphur 2014
INNOVATING TO ZERO – ZERO SO2 EMISSIONS APPROACHES AND CHALLENGES Hosted as part of the Sulphur 2014 conference in Paris, France
DuPont Panel at 2014 Mining Indaba Video Announcement
On 5 February, DuPont Sustainable Solutions held an Executive Forum at the 2014 Mining Indaba in Cape Town, South Africa. Attended by 200 senior industry delegates, the event considered the preconditions that need to be fulfilled for sustainable change to take place in the mining industry.
re:publica 2018 – Olivia Klose: Detecting Illegal Small Scale Mines in Ghana using Deep Learning
Find out more at: https://18.re-publica.com/node/21427 Computer vision is becoming one of the focus areas in artificial intelligence (AI) to enable computers to see and perceive like humans. In a collaboration with the Royal Holloway University, we applied deep learning to locate small scale mines in Ghana using satellite imagery, scaled training using Kubernetes and investigated their impact on surrounding populations & environment. Olivia Klose: http://oliviaklose.com Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Germany (CC BY-SA 3.0 DE)
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South African mining industry hopes for improvement
There is renewed optimism that the South African mining industry will do much better than last year. This is on the back of changes in leadership in the ruling party with hopes of pro-business reforms under the new leadership. The industry has been clouded by the impasse between government and business over the new mining charter that has impacted on confidence. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Join Us at Ayn Rand Student Conference 2018!
Join us November 2 to 4 in Atlanta, Georgia, for Ayn Rand Student Conference 2018 (AynRandCon), to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the publication of The Fountainhead and its timeless, crucial theme of “individualism versus collectivism, not in politics, but in man’s soul.” At AynRandCon you will hear leading experts on Rand’s philosophy present an in-depth exploration of her philosophy of individualism as the antidote to our era’s increasing tribalism. You’ll also meet other students who love Rand’s novels and are eager to explore her ideas. And you’ll have the chance to network with speakers, students and professionals from various fields. Learn more: http://aynrandcon.org SUBSCRIBE TO NEW IDEAL, ARI'S ONLINE PUBLICATION https://aynrand.us12.list-manage.com/subscribe/post?u=9fade2f9b83ee2374e147b57f&id=daf46abc98 SUBSCRIBE TO ARI’S YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AynRandInstitute ABOUT THE AYN RAND INSTITUTE ARI offers educational experiences, based on Ayn Rand's books and ideas, to a variety of audiences, including students, educators, policymakers and lifelong learners. ARI also engages in research and advocacy efforts, applying Rand's ideas to current issues and seeking to promote her philosophical principles of reason, rational self-interest and laissez-faire capitalism. We invite you to explore how Ayn Rand viewed the world — and to consider the distinctive insights offered by ARI's experts today. SUPPORT ARI WITH A DONATION https://ari.aynrand.org/donate/creditcard EXPLORE ARI http://www.AynRand.org FOLLOW ARI ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/AynRandInst LIKE ARI ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/AynRandInstitute EXPLORE ARI CAMPUS https://campus.aynrand.org/ INFORMATION ABOUT OBJECTIVIST SUMMER CONFERENCES http://objectivistconferences.com/ LEARN ABOUT AYN RAND STUDENT CONFERENCES http://aynrandcon.org/
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Zimbabwe to enter lithium market with $1.4bn mine | MINING.com
Zimbabwe to enter lithium market with $1.4bn mine | MINING.com. Cecilia Jamasmie | Feb. 6, 2018, 8:55 AM | | Zimbabwe’s mining industry, until now based mostly on platinum and diamonds, will soon count lithium as one of its key sub-sectors, as the country has struck a deal with an South African junior company whose project is expected to generate revenue of $1.4 billion over eight years. Speaking on the sidelines of a mining conference in Cape Town, Zimbabwe’s new Minister of Mines and Mining Development, Winston Chitando, said his office had identified Pros...
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South Africa is open and ready for investments: Government
Government has again made a passionate plea to investors that South Africa is open and ready for investments. Mineral Resources Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi addressed the Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town on Tuesday. He re-affirmed government's commitment to providing a stable investment and labour environment. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline
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Easter fireside message to South Africa and the world
Reflections on why South Africa is imploding while the world looks the other way. The new meeting point for Black Monday 29th April: 887 Pretoruis street, Arcadia, PRETORIA. They will protest outside the US and Australian embassies. Contact Valerie by email for more info: [email protected]
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Tonight With Jane Dutton |  Mining, state capture, Vytjie Mentor, and more
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe explains how the mining industry will fare with him at the helm for seven months, and what the ANC will do with members alleged to be involved in state capture. He also said he’s setting the record straight when it comes to former MP Vytjie Mentor.
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Garvey Town Community Investment with Bomani & Sonika - Vision of Self Reliance
Bomani Connects with Sonika Arrington of Travel Light Travel Right March 2, 2019 to talk about the Self Determination and Self Reliance vision of the Garvey Town Community in Ghana. View details below for full info. https://africafortheafricans.org/index.php/garvey-town-community-in-ghana Join our next journeys to Ghana May 22- June 4, South Africa Nov 22 – Dec 2 and Ghana Dec 24, 2019 - Jan 4, 2020. Ghana proclaimed 2019 as the “Year of Return,” extending a global invitation to the African Diaspora to journey back home to West Africa. This is an All Inclusive Tour Package with Flights & Full Accommodations for $3,700. Brothers and Sisters from the African Diaspora return to their roots to experience the ultimate journey of a lifetime. The journey to the motherland introduces you to a vibrant Africa with a mix of roots, culture, paradise, night life, shopping, networking, business and investment opportunities. Let’s start working more towards empowering and being a part of the growth of Africa. Join us on the next Journey of a Lifetime to Ghana every May and Nov. Visit our website for details on future Africa Tours & Investments. http://www.africafortheafricans.org Family please support our GoFundMe so we can build an African Diaspora Village to help our people to come home to Africa. https://www.gofundme.com/repatriation-village-in-ghana The journey to the motherland introduces you to a vibrant Africa with a mix of roots, culture, paradise, night life, shopping, networking, business and investment opportunities. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and get all of the video highlights at https://www.youtube.com/user/Bomani2007. View our photo galleries on FB at https://www.facebook.com/bomani. Visit our website for details on future Africa Tours & Investments at http://www.africafortheafricans.org. Bomani Technology: Service-Support-Consultation. http://www.bomaniitservices.com Welcome to our world of advance technology to power our operation to build our enterprise in Africa. We are proficient in Business Startup & Development, Affordable Technical Service on Laptops, Desktops, Printers & Wireless Networks: PC Clean-up, Repairs, Upgrades, Custom Built PCs, Networking, Tech Support, Troubleshooting, Website Development, Training, Video Production, Graphics Design, Data Backup, Data Recovery, Remote Access, Home Theater Setup & More. http://www.bomaniitservices.com
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Gary Zhang shows that heat generated in the blockchain has many uses
Could the heat generated by blockchain be useful for other living beings? With a project called Farm, MIT student Gary Zhang shows that heat generated in the blockchain has many uses. Gary Zhang is an MIT student who designed a speculative project called Farm. It looks at the large amount of energy used to power blockchain and how that power could be used outside for something useful. This is because as the use of blockchain grows, so too will the amount of energy needed to keep it going. This is estimated as about 33 per cent of the world's global electricity consumption. Zhang developed Farm I and Farm II, an anthropological and ecological investigation that asks: how much energy does it take to maintain a society? The project looks at how heat produced could be used to sustain other living systems. With Farm I there are two tanks, one housing computer mining (a bitcoin record-keeping service), which was running while fully submerged under mineral oil while the second held a housing colony of tropical shrimp and algae. “As the computer hashed bitcoin’s proof-of-work algorithm, the intense energetic expenditure heated the oil, which pumped through tubes and cooled the water of the shrimp tank,” he explains. The hot oil heated the water to a tropical climate needed for the shrimp's survival and when the shrimp was able to sustain itself by eating the replenishing supply of algae. This showcased how two beings can co-exist parasitically off each other as a trust system and a heating system. Farm II was developed quite similarly and was presented as an installation for viewers to come and see. “Installed in a gallery space, the hot oil is pumped through 200 feet of vinyl tubing, snaking across the walls and ceiling of the gallery,” he explains. “As viewers enter the room, they feel the elevated temperature of the room as the radiating oil circulates throughout the architecture.” He revealed that to him Farm is really an experiment. “I’m not proposing a functional solution to any particular problem here. But what this allows us to think about is the socio-technical dynamics within a material and energetic dynamics within a system like a blockchain,” says Zhang. His talk is part of the second antenna conference, a collaboration between Design Indaba and the Dutch Design Foundation, which recently took place as part of Dutch Design Week. He spoke alongside 19 other young
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TI Zambia on anti-corruption and the MDGs
Goodwell Lungu, Executive Director of TI Zambia, on how poor governance is undermining Zambia's chances of meeting the Millennium Development Goals and what can be done.
Massoud Hassani on designing from Afghan influence
View the full version of this inspiring talk at http://inda.ba/PDboPm Afghan-born designer Massoud Hassani draws much inspiration from his cultural heritage. Having been based in the Netherlands for some years now, Hassani has researched Afghan culture and designed a number of products, based on the research that relates to his homeland. Here he talks about collaborating with his brother on designing a device to remove dangerous landmines from the plains of Afghanistan. Hassani also shows the cookware range he designed that also incorporates Afghan influence. Designindaba.com hosts hundreds of videos of speaker presentations and interviews and world design news. Updated daily, its content features the most cutting-edge design thinking and the work and ideas of the world's industry leaders in all the creative fields. Design Indaba is a multi-tiered platform committed to a better world through creativity. Established in 1995 with its flagship conference, it has evolved into a multidisciplinary experience that now consists of the globally acclaimed annual Design Indaba Conference, Simulcast, Expo and FilmFest, as well as a host of parties, performances, training workshops, design projects, community initiatives and publications. http://www.designindaba.com/video Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/CHX8/
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Ai Kenya Podcast EP01 Part 2: Synthetic patient generation and challenges faced in building Dr. Elsa
In the second part of the podcast we get to discuss what challenges Ally and Megan faced while working on Dr. Elsa. We also delve into understanding the scientific paper written by Ally titled 'Synthetic patient generation: Deep learning to generate new patient records' which was recently posted on Arxiv. They also share their advice to other startups that are trying to get into the Ai Space. Read Ally’s paper, Synthetic patient generation on https://arxiv.org/abs/1808.06444. To follow Inspired ideas work, view their website on http://inspiredideas.io/ Follow Dr. Elsa on Twitter (https://twitter.com/doctor_elsa) Watch Inspired ideas award video at Sahara Sparks 2018 on https://youtu.be/JDQ73iUXHd4
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Sam Darwish, IHS Towers CEO, features for Forbes Africa March 2014
http://www.slideshare.net/ihstowers/issam-darwish-cofounder-of-ihs-towers-speaks-to-forbes-africa Forbes Africa hosts an exclusive conversation with Sam Darwish to understand his devotion to the African continent's increasing connectivity, and how he identifies himself as a citizen of his adopted home, Lagos. As the leader of one of Africa's telecommunications giants, Sam Darwish has generated excellent press for his company IHS Towers, with its $1 billion investment into augmenting African infrastructure becoming headline news in 2013. His subsequent proposal for $850 billion more, to be contributed this year, has only led to further interest. His upbringing in Beirut was difficult, but instead of allowing the civil war to cause disruption to his education, he rose to gain a degree from the American University of Beirut in computer and communications engineering with distinction. This inspirational interview allows a glimpse into Sam Darwish's unique perspective on the African telecommunications sector, and his incredible personal story. Forbes Africa's March 2014 issue also features the story of a man who was shot, but used the bullet in his back to find his fortune; Google's newest attempts at global takeover; an overview of Africa's platinum strike; an examination of Indaba Mining; and Floyd visits Africa.
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#LHIO program on the #Western_Sahara conflict on the eNCA Channel
(Let's have it out) #LHIO program on the #Western_Sahara conflict on the eNCA Channel Thank you Catherine Constantinides @ChangeAgentSA
Deep Learning Research in Africa with Yabebal Fantaye & Jessica Phalafala: GCPPodcast 149
Original post → http://bit.ly/2D4Jyd1 Today, Melanie brings you another great interview from her time at Deep Learning Indaba in South Africa. She was joined by Yabebal Fantaye and Jessica Phalafala for an in-depth look at the deep learning research that’s going on in the continent. At the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, the aim is to gather together minds from all over Africa and the world to not only learn but to use their distinct perspectives to contribute to research that furthers the sciences. Our guests are both part of this initiative, using their specialized skills to expand the abilities of the group and stretch the boundaries of machine learning, mathematics, and other sciences. Yabebal elaborates on the importance of AIMS and Deep Learning Indaba, noting that the more people can connect with each other, the more confidence they will gain. Jessica points out how this research in Africa can do more than just advance science. By focusing on African problems and solutions, machine learning research can help increase the GDP and economic standards of a continent thought to be “behind”. Subscribe to the Google Cloud Platform channel → http://bit.ly/GCloudPlatform
Diasporans continue to heed President Mnangagwa's calls to invest back home as multi million dollar
Diasporans continue to heed President Mnangagwa's calls to invest back home as multi-million dollar company to launch 9 companies in Zim. SOUTH Africa-based company, Big Time Strategic Group will launch nine companies in the country as part of efforts to heed calls by President Emmerson Mnangagwa for Zimbabweans in the diaspora to invest back home. Group chief executive and proprietor Mr Justice Maphosa, a Zimbabwean, announced last week that the companies have already been registered. "We are launching very soon, we will communicate our launch date, we have nine companies already registered in Zimbabwe, we have a lot of technology, we have a lot of investment in Zimbabwe. I think I am one of those businesspeople who are forever in Zimbabwe mostly on a weekly basis to look at our businesses, have meetings and look at what can work and what should be done; look at our product incubation processes and how far are we are looking at our deadlines and focuses as we gear ourselves towards the launch. We are forever here to make sure those things are attained on time," he said. This comes at a time when investors are flocking into the country after the President's meeting with Zimbabwean business people based in South Africa recently. A South Africa-based construction firm, ALW Team Investments (Private) Limited owned by a local has also expressed interest at channelling most of its investment into the country especially in the Matabeleland region. ALW Team Investment chief executive officer, Mr Timothy Ncube, said the company's priority would be to apply for a tender to see off the construction of the Bulawayo-Nkayi Road which is probably one of the most deplorable highways in the country. Another South African tycoon, Mr Robert Matana Gumede, was in the country last month to cement a $1,2 billion investment deal in key sectors of the economy which include infrastructure development, energy, health services, tourism and financial services. Mr Maphosa said the call for business people to invest in the country was long overdue and thanked the President for inviting business people to invest in the country. "It's long overdue, we very appreciate a man, a comrade, a father, grandfather, a Zimbabwean like the President that we have right now. It's something that we have been crying for especially us in the diaspora, this is why we are in the diaspora. We have been crying for a President like him, a President who can appeal to us the youth." Bigtime Strategic Group comprises South African companies with business interests in the ICT sector; they include Computer Ink and Media solutions, Big time Strategic Consultants, Flame IT Strategy, and Flame IT Consulting. Since President Mnangagwa rose to power in November last year, he has been on a crusade to attract Foreign Direct Investment and has relaxed some of the laws that were hindering investment flows. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► Hot news: https://goo.gl/J7mUhU ► ANC: https://goo.gl/x9xRAu ► Scandal: https://goo.gl/YGe8cw ► Zimbawe updates: https://goo.gl/2MJUjp .......................................................................................... If you feel good, please support the author by subscribing to our channel to track the next video. * SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/cmiueF ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► See More: https://goo.gl/cmiueF
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IT Sector in Côte d'Ivoire: Interview with Nongolougo Soro from SNDI
Marcopolis.net Video Interview with Nongolougo Soro, CEO of SNDI (Société Nationale de Développement Informatique), also available here http://www.marcopolis.net/sndi-societe-nationale-de-developpement-informatique-en-cote-divoire-1210.htm Nongolougo Soro, CEO of SNDI (Société Nationale de Développement Informatique), talks about the role of SNDI, an IT development company in Côte d'Ivoire. To read the full transcript of the MarcoPolis interview with Nongolougo Soro, CEO of SNDI (Société Nationale de Développement Informatique), visit Marcopolis.net http://marcopolis.net/overview-of-sndi-it-development-company-in-cote-divoire-1612.htm
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Going green in South Africa
As we mark World Environment Month, the green movement is gaining momentum in South Africa. Five years after the hosting of the UN Conference on Climate Change, COP 17 in South Africa - more young people are working for a greener and sustainable society. And, in keeping with the eco-friendly theme, Njanji Chauke took his lightest broadcast equipment - a cell phone - to capture and send us this report on an initiative by Generation Earth. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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3D HoloSPiN Fan wall -consisting of 39 X4 blade 60cm Holographic LED Fan Displays with acrylic frame
3D HoloSPiN Fan wall - consisting of 39 x 4 blade 60cm Holographic LED Fans We have a 13 fan wall available for rental in South Africa and increasing stock rapidly. 5 different wall sizes are available.
Startup Talk dengan para founder startup! | #ThriveThursday
Thrive Thursday #1 | Alpha Momentum x Union Space Topic : "How to face challenges in developing a startup" Featuring Startup Session : Elbert Toha from ADX ASIA Meidy Fitranto from Nodeflux Featuring Panel Discussion : Kevin Osmond from Printerous Jay Jayawijayaningtyas from Ahlijasa Ken Ratri Iswari from Geek Hunter Moderator : Mandy Purwa Hartono from Purwadhika Coding School Sponsored by | Nodeflux Supported by | Union Space, Purwadhika Coding School, Adx Asia Snacks by | Anns Bakehouse What do you think about this video? Subscribe, like and share if you like this :) Stay tuned to our next Thrive Thursday! Tell us in the comment! or comment on our Instagram : @alphamomentum.id
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Africans with no electricity will be able to charge cellphones with microfuel cell
SA-born Harvard graduate Siyabulela Xuza, who has a planet near Jupiter's asteroid belt named after him by the MIT Lincoln Laboratory, believes the solution to Africa's energy problems lies in local solutions. In this video Phakamisa Ndzamela, financial services editor at Business Day, talks to Siyabulela Xuza about his microfuel cell, a power source that can be used to charge small devices such as cellphones and laptop computers. Xuza says that instead of trying to build a better battery, which is what many engineers and scientists are trying to do, he decided to look at other ways of storing energy. Xuza grew up in Mthatha, playing football in the township of Northcrest, but rose to prominence experimenting with improvements to rocket fuel in his mother's kitchen.
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Panel Discussion: Barriers to Use of GIS in Ocean Science and Management -- 2012 Esri Oceans Summit
"Barriers to Use of GIS in Ocean Science and Management" panel discussion at the 2012 Esri Oceans Summit, which was held November 7--8, 2012 in Redlands, California. [10 of 26]
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65cm 3D Hologram Fan  Protect vover & 9PCS spliting
3D holographic fan is the newest and best advertising display for shopping mall, cloth store, restaurant, museum and any other display area. Just simply copy any black background video into it, it will bring a vivid 3D advertising display in the air. l. Applied for indoor environment. If used outdoor, a protected cover is needed for the LED fan. 2. Suggested height: more than 3.5m high, otherwise please use protected cover. 3. Edit software support the customization of video and image 4. Edit software can be used for windows XP,7,8,10 5. Support normal format of video,GIF and image display
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