eduCYBER Sàrl is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with the African Center for AI and digital technology (ACAIT). This collaboration aims to provide crucial technical support, awareness, and training to individuals and institutions in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity. The partnership will also focus on formulating strategies and supporting policies for work ethics in AI while prioritizing the right to privacy.
Meha JOUINI, Executive Director of the African Center for AI and digital technology (ACAIT), expressed her enthusiasm for the agreement, emphasizing its potential to support countries in the Global South, allowing them to benefit and learn from international experiences. The partnership aims to boost the presence of African countries in the realm of AI and ensure they have access to the latest advancements in order to support institutions and companies. Moreover, it aims to promote digital privacy and protection from dangers while amplifying the voices of African nations in the decision-making processes of international companies and institutions operating in this field. The goal is to involve the people of Africa as active participants rather than mere consumers.
The partnership between eduCYBER Sàrl and the African Center for AI and digital technology (ACAIT) represents a significant step towards fostering AI capabilities and cybersecurity practices across the African continent. By combining their expertise and resources, the two organizations will work together to create a thriving ecosystem that empowers individuals and institutions to leverage AI tools effectively and responsibly. This collaboration aligns with both organizations’ commitment to promoting digital literacy, ensuring privacy, and shaping ethical frameworks for the responsible use of artificial intelligence.
eduCYBER Sàrl and the African Center for AI and digital technology (ACAIT) are excited about the possibilities that lie ahead and look forward to making a lasting impact on the AI landscape in Africa. Through joint efforts, they aim to bridge the digital divide and enable African countries to harness the potential of artificial intelligence for sustainable development and societal progress.
For more information about this partnership and upcoming initiatives, stay tuned to the eduCYBER Sàrl website and the African Center for AI and digital technology (ACAIT)’s official channels.
Together, let us shape a future where AI empowers and protects, while respecting the rights and aspirations of individuals and societies across Africa.