Harnessing The Potentials Of Artificial Intelligence


Harnessing The Potentials Of Artificial Intelligence

Join us on July 8th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM WAT for an insightful webinar that explores the Applications, Best Practices, and Ethical Considerations of Artificial Intelligence/ChatGPT.

This webinar is a must-attend event for professionals and enthusiasts seeking to harness the potential of AI and understand its multifaceted aspects. Our expert speakers, with their diverse backgrounds and extensive experience, will provide valuable insights into the world of AI.

• Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
• Applications of Artificial Intelligence
• Best Practices for Utilizing Artificial Intelligence/ChatGPT
• Ethical Considerations
• Ensuring User Privacy and Data Security
• Mitigating Risks and Potential Harms
• Promoting Transparency and Explainability
• The Future of Artificial Intelligence/ChatGPT
• Gender Balance, Challenges, and Equity
• Q&A Session


Dr. Aminu Hayatu

Dr. Aminu Hayatu
Dr. Aminu Hayatu: Is a lecturer and researcher in the Department of Political Science at Bayero University Kano. He is also a fellow of the Ife Institute of Advanced Studies (IIAS). He holds a M.Sc. in Political Economy and a Ph.D. in Strategic Studies with a specialization in identity Politics from UUM. Aminu Hayatu is currently a consultant researcher for the UN International Crises Group and the Head, Conflict and Crises Research for AI in Nigeria.
Aminu is a Research fellow at the Centre for Democratic Development Research & Training (CEDDERT), a Resident fellow at the Center for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), a research fellow at the Aminu Kano Centre for Democratic Research & Training (AKCDR&T) and, a program fellow at the AfriPeace. Aminu is a research consultant for Mc Arthur Foundation, Women Advocacy for Research and Documentation (WARDC), and Open Society Africa (OSA), among others.
Areas of interest include research, development, and advocacy on conflict and contemporary strategy, human rights, Gender, and environmental governance. He has also researched and published widely on global subjects such as fragile & and resilient communities, group strategy, conflict and peace, Ungoverned spaces, and Contentious Politics, among others. Aminu’s areas of interest include Discourse Analysis and Politics and New Media.

Samuel Indyer

Samuel Indyer
Samuel Indyer: An accomplished software engineer with a proven track record of delivering successful software systems across various industries including education, finance, and healthcare. With over a decade of experience in engineering software solutions, he has an in-depth understanding of the entire product development lifecycle.
He has a passion for leveraging technology to solve problems in healthcare, specifically focusing on the utilization of data, Artificial Intelligence, and software solutions. He holds an MS Health Science degree with a specialization in Global Health Systems and Innovations from the University of Maryland Baltimore and a BSc in Computer Science from Benue State University, Makurdi.
Samuel’s expertise in the biometric industry is extensive, having developed several critical solutions for the realization of the e-ID card for the Nigeria Identity Management Commission (NIMC). These include the development of the Personalization Middleware (PERM) system, responsible for merging demographic and biometric data for encoding into the e-ID card in compliance with ICAO standards, the Applet Management System (AMS) for card issuance and re-issuance based on EACv1, EACv2, PACE card protocols, and an automated identity adjudication module. Currently, Samuel works as the regional software development manager at the Centre for International Health, Education and Biosecurity at the University of Maryland Baltimore, School of Medicine supporting projects in Kenya, Nigeria, Botswana, and Mozambique.

Sandra Ozordi

Sandra Ozordi
Sandra Ozordi: A seasoned software developer with a passion for leveraging technology to revolutionize the healthcare landscape. With a proven track record of developing innovative health solutions, she has consistently delivered impactful products that have transformed the way we approach patient care.
Her journey began by recognizing the power of data in driving meaningful insights. As she encountered vast and intricate datasets within the healthcare domain, she delved into the field of data science to enhance her abilities to explore, represent, and analyze complex information. This fusion of software development and data science has become her driving force in creating cutting-edge solutions.

Ekenedilichukwu Okolie

Ekenedilichukwu Okolie
Ekenedilichukwu Okolie: A Gender Development Consultant and a STEM advocate who embodies the intersection of engineering, data analysis, and social impact. As a graduate of Electrical Electronics Engineering, she has leveraged her technical expertise to excel as a data analyst.
As the visionary founder of The STEM Damsel Empowerment Network, Ekene envisions a future where girls across Africa are empowered through STEM education. Her NGO strives to create a leading Pan-African platform that equips young girls with the tools and knowledge needed to thrive in the world of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Ekene’s relentless pursuit of gender equality and her advocacy for STEM has earned her accolades as a trailblazer in her community. With her innovative ideas and unwavering determination, she is making a significant impact on the lives of young girls, fostering confidence and equipping them with the skills they need to succeed in the ever-evolving world of technology.
She is a woman in the Oil and Gas Sector and is currently the liaison Executive for Duport Midstream Company Limited, a leading energy company developing the first energy park in Nigeria.

Olugbenga Ojubanire Ayo

Olugbenga Ojubanire Ayo
Ojubanire Olugbenga Ayo: Is a dedicated academic pursuing a Ph.D. in Business and Management at the Euromed Business School in Morocco, with research interests in Industry 4.0 adoption and digital transformation of manufacturing enterprises. He holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration and has practical experience as a Lecturer at Obafemi Awolowo University and as a Business Executive and Lead Trainer at PM Hub (Utiva). Olugbenga has published in reputable journals, presented at conferences, and received recognition for his contributions, including the ASRIC-UEMF Research Grant for Doctoral Studies. With a passion for advancing the African business landscape, he aims to make significant contributions to the fields of business and management.

Madinma Jones Ogwo

Chidinma Blessing Ogwo, professionally known as “Madinma Jones Ogwo,” is a multi-talented individual excelling in various fields. She is a media consultant, physiologist, motivational speaker, interior and exterior service designer, influencer, model, singer, and songwriter. She holds a degree in physiology (BSc) from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and has also completed a certificate program in clinical research and epidemiology from the University of Hochschule Hannover, Germany.
Madinma embodies the strength, resilience, and can-do spirit of the average Nigerian youth. She firmly believes in the transformative power of supporting and empowering the girl child, knowing that they have the potential to achieve remarkable feats. Throughout her career, she has gained valuable experience in journalism and broadcasting, having worked with various electronic media platforms, including Catholic Television Nigeria and others.
In her role as the public relations officer at Women in Action for Development (an international non-governmental organization) and a vigilante group of Nigeria, Madinma brought unparalleled visibility to the organization and helped raise awareness about important issues in Nigeria. Her efforts so far have known no bounds for the improvement of the media sector.

These esteemed speakers bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the webinar, ensuring attendees gain valuable insights into the applications, best practices, and ethical considerations of AI/ChatGPT. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from their expertise and engage in a meaningful Q&A session.

Please note that the webinar event is free, but registration is required to secure your spot.

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