NEF Africa Science Week To Host Women In Science Coding Competition
The Next Einstein Forum’s (NEF) Africa Science week is calling upon talented women that have critical skills in data science, artificial intelligence, robotics, blockchain, and IOT to take part in the women in science coding competition on the 29th of November 2019.
The Next Einstein Forum’s (NEF) Africa Science Week (ASW) is an Africa’s annual weeklong celebration of science and technology with thousands of individuals – from students to scientists to technologists – actively engaging in coordinated science events across the continent in 32 countries.
Africa Science Week powered by Micah Foundation and other partners is pushing for women to take part in data analytics to keep up with the fourth industrial technology revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we work and live.
The Competition is part of the NEF Science Conference as they wrap up the Africa Science Week which will be held at ARIPO, 11 Natal Road, Avondale, Harare with the women coding competition as a parallel session of the mini-conference.
They are calling upon every woman interested in coding to join and showcase any data analytics of your choice using machine learning, deep learning, to see what women can do with data using python, Al, machine learning and deep cleaning.
The program is designed to instill a curiosity of learning and interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) pursuits among the public and allows young Africans, especially women and girls, to become excellent scientists and technologists.
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