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New website by Senegalese AI expert spotlights Africans in STEM
by Nellie Peyton
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10 October 2020
On 10 October 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Growing up in a trading town in Senegal, Adji Bousso Dieng loved school and had a particular talent for maths. But with a dearth of career role models, she had no idea which path to follow. Some two decades later and a research scientist working on artificial intelligence at Google, Dieng wants to give young Africans the inspiring examples she missed out on. This month [September], Dieng launched a website called 'The Africa I Know', which features profiles of successful African professionals working in fields such as science, technology, and engineering.
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