Nov. 17, 2023, 12:33 a.m. | Chris Burt

Biometric Update

Generative AI could have a major impact on digital identity and development efforts across Africa, attendees of the latest ID4Africa livecast heard from a series of stakeholders.

Advances in AI are delivering productivity increases, more innovation, and enabling real-time, data-driven insights, ID4Africa Executive Chairman Dr. Jospeh Atick said, introducing the topic of “Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Development: The good, bad & undefined.”

The agenda for ID4Africa’s 2024 Annual General Meeting in Cape Town, South Africa was also unveiled …

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