AI and the Future of the African Innovation Ecosystem

Development in the African innovation ecosystem is still at the take-off stage. The level of growth witnessed in the space is still a country mile away from those achieved in America’s Silicon Valley and across technological hubs in the Far East.

With the increasing popularity of AI, observers affirm that innovative progress in Africa could well match up with the rest of the world sooner rather than later. But with varied peculiarities scattered around the continent, there is a greater need to interrogate what the future holds.

A New World Order

There are a few things that have been presciently analysed since the demise of the Covid-19 pandemic than the transformative power of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The Economic Times in 2023 reports that about 65% of jobs in the world of work will be AI-related by 2030, and the larger gamut of human lives will be progressively defined by the revolution. Read the full story at

Victoria Krisman
Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist and Communications Manager for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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