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AI Solutions in Emerging Markets - Highlighting African Use-Cases


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Manager, Google Developer’s Group
Senior Director, Emerging Economies, Arm
Technical Lead, TensorFlow Mobile
Google Development Expert, Independent
Across the African continent, developers face particular infrastructure challenges (including power and connectivity) as they build applications that address unique local problems.

The Google Developer Groups (GDG) are a vibrant community on the African continent. This panel will focus on TFLu, and highlight local technology solutions that enable running ML models on MCUs to address infrastructure challenges via edge compute, IoT, and endpoint AI applications.

This session is available to watch until December 8.

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> Youra Shindel
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Good day. Nice to see developers in interesting region of programming. Big pleasure to talk about it

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