The First Google's AI Research Center On The African Continent

Google has announced that it will open an artificial intelligence (AI) research center in Africa, its first on the continent. The Silicon Valley giant said that the new research hub will open in Accra, Ghana, later this year. "We're committed to collaborating with local universities and research centers, as well as working with policy makers on the potential uses of AI in Africa," Google's blog post said. Accra, located in the west of Africa, joins cities including Paris, New York and Tokyo, as well as Google's Mountain View headquarters, in hosting an AI research center.

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Excellent news. These are the investments that African countries need. Propel development and economic expansion.

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Amazing growth around the world in data science! Also good place to test health and public health approaches with AI due to less regulation. Good job Google.

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Excellent initiative and support for Ghana. Generally, it's a perfect push up for Africa.

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Great. Education + AI. This can now be  a reality in Ghana!

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African countries needs generous support from tech giants like Google.

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Why not the Southside of Lansing? :) 

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AI will change the world. Already done. The civilizations that are based on the concept of cognitive evolution will survive.

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