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3rd Annual ICT Africa

                      22-23 July, 2019 



3rd Annual Information Communication Technology Africa is a 2-day conference that is being hosted on 22nd – 23rd July 2019 at Radisson Blu Hotel in Nairobi, KenyaThis conference focuses on the future of Communication & Technology in Africa with further discussions about Kenya Vision 2030, Data Protection Bill, and Digital Uganda under Vision 2040. It also discusses the potential for growth of the Information Technology sector including technology application, Blockchain, AI implementation, IoT, Cyber Security and implementation of technology in sectors like agriculture, education, healthcare and many more. It’s a platform to discuss and debate best practices which can be instrumental in developing ICT in the region. 

The focus of the conference will be on the following topics: 

  • Role of ICT sector’s growth and development in achieving Kenya’s Vision 2030 

  • Addressing key infrastructure issues, technology application, Blockchain 

  • AI implementation and insights on policy, programmes and projects and IoT (Internet of Things) 

  • The impact of ICT sector on Kenya’s GDP and the need for a comprehensive policy, legal as well as regulatory framework 

  • Addressing Challenges and issues of privacy, cybercrimes, ethical and moral conduct, copyrights, intellectual property rights and privacy 

To download the conference agenda, kindly click on the below-given link: 

Organizer Name and URL – Bricsa Consulting Pvt. Ltd. - http://bricsaconsulting.com/ 


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