Closing the Gap: Can Africa Skip the First, Second,Third Industrial Revolutions and Excel in the Fourth?
BIS (Black Scientists and Inventors) Event!
From Brother Michael Williams of Black Scientists and Inventors of England announcing tomorrow’s event of Africa’s shining star of technological innovation Professor Tshilidzi Marwala, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Johannesburg in the land of Azania (South Africa).
Greetings Brothers and Sisters!
Let me say, those of you who attended our 6th event in the INDUSTRY 4.0 series The African Origin of Engineering and Mathematics would have been treated to an awesome, inspiring educational event. Certainly going by all the feedback we have received from that event and in truth all the INDUSTRY 4.0 events we have hosted, it has been amazing!
We invite you to attend the last in this very popular series on Wednesday 19th August 2021.
CLOSING THE GAP: Can Africa skip the first, second, third Industrial Revolutions and Excel in the Fourth?
Join us to hear from the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Johannesburg, Professor Tshilidzi Marwala who is an electrical engineer, serial Inventor, a world leader in artificial intelligence and a leading voice in the Fourth Industrial Revolution arena and author of over 20 books including Closing the Gap.
If you’re interested in Africa’s future, this is a must not miss event!
Register ASAP and avoid the disappointment of being put on the waiting list.
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