Bringing African voices,

values and experiences to

global debates on AI.

Bringing African

voices, values and

experiences to

global debates

on AI.

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Nigeria

January 21, 2022

NaijaSenti: A Nigerian Twitter Sentiment Corpus for Multilingual Sentiment Analysis

Shamsuddeen Hassan Muhammad

,

David Ifeoluwa Adelani

,

Sebastian Ruder

,

Ibrahim Said Ahmad

,

et al.

Nigeria

March 31, 2021

Locally-run Interpretable Breast Cancer diagnosis from Histology Images

Jeremiah O. Fadugba

,

Oluwatoyin Y. Sanni

,

Moshood O. Yekinni

,

,

Kenya

January 1, 2021

Use and Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Climate Change Adaptation in Africa

Isaac Rutenberg

,

Arthur Gwagwa

,

Melissa Omino

,

,

Cameroon

March 31, 2021

Computationally Accelerating Protein Ligand Docking for Neglected Tropical Diseases

Lo¨ıc Kwate Dassi

,

Hassan Kane

,

Ebenezer Nkwate

,

,

The African Network on Responsible AI 

The creation and facilitation of an African network of AI actors forms part of the African Observatory’s overall vision. We aim to establish a sustainable and expanding network of researchers, research institutions, thought leaders, AI practitioners and policy-makers with a centralised platform through which stakeholders can regularly demonstrate, debate and share their skills and capacity in research and policy on AI in Africa. The network is a communications hub for relevant publications, presentations, workshops and seminars that engage with the various research interests and thematics of the African Observatory, broadly construed, and enable a longer-term and sustainable ecosystem for multi-stakeholder engagement around AI on the Continent.