Stakeholders set to explore new tech trends at the blockchain summit
All is set for stakeholders in the information technology (IT) industry to deepen discussion and create awareness on the economic possibilities of emerging blockchain technology and its intersection with artificial intelligence (AI).
The conference, organised by the Blockchain Nigeria user group, is billed for October 19 and 20, 2018 at Ladi Kwali Hall, Sheraton Hotels, Abuja.
‘The conference will bring together business leaders, government and regulatory agencies, data practitioners, AI and blockchain tech pioneers who are applying AI to solve today’s problems and creating tomorrow’s opportunities, while leveraging available tools, to create entirely new values,’ the Organisers revealed in an official statement made to the Guardian.
‘The event would also bridge the knowledge gap by providing government functionaries, decision-makers, professionals and practitioners with the resources they need to make key business-shaping decisions in a rapidly changing world. With a focus to chart new paths for the convergence of blockchain and AI, participants are expected to garner practical insight that would trigger their entrepreneurial pursuits.’
The event is ongoing at Ladi Kwali Hall, Sheraton Hotels, Abuja.