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AI in Zim: The future is now

In agriculture, AI applications are enhancing crop yields through optimised irrigation, fertilisation and pest control, contributing to increased productivity and sustainability.
By Naison Bangure Mar. 15, 2024

AI in Zim: Let’s engage together

Ethical implications are a primary concern surrounding AI, given its immense power.
By Naison Bangure Mar. 22, 2024

AI in Zim: Let’s join the wave

Additionally, the OpenAI Help Centre lists Zimbabwe among the supported countries and regions where ChatGPT is available on web and mobile.
By Naison Bangure Mar. 28, 2024

AI in Zim: Addressing our concerns

AI is poised to augment human capabilities, enabling workers to focus on more creative, strategic, and value-added tasks, while automating the mundane.
By Naison Bangure Apr. 5, 2024

AI in Zim: Revisiting the basics

Through AI-powered chatbots, businesses can provide real-time customer support and personalised interactions, elevating service quality and efficiency.
By Naison Bangure Apr. 12, 2024

Impact of AI on education in Zim

Authorities seem unsure how to address this shift, suggesting AI's influence may currently be limited to certain areas, minimising its overall impact.
By Naison Bangure Apr. 19, 2024

Building a sustainable AI regulation framework

Globally, major AI laws and policies are taking shape, such as the EU's AI Act and the United States executive order on AI.
By Naison Bangure Apr. 26, 2024

Ethical landscape of AI: Lessons for Zim

As Zimbabwe navigates the transformative potential of AI, it must do so with a steadfast commitment to ethical principles.
By Naison Bangure May. 3, 2024

Zim diving into the AI Wave

From self-driving cars to virtual assistants and medical diagnosis tools, AI applications are rapidly transforming our world. Why Study Artificial Intelligence?
By Naison Bangure May. 10, 2024

AI glossary of terminology

Given that AI is a rapidly evolving field, new terms are constantly emerging.
By Naison Bangure May. 17, 2024

AI impact on human resources

There are companies in the country harnessing AI technologies to offer innovative solutions.
By Naison Bangure May. 24, 2024

Is AI outpacing our control?

The controversy echoes past ethical issues in Silicon Valley around consent and privacy.
By Naison Bangure May. 31, 2024

AI in healthcare: Friend or foe?

Rather, it presents an opportunity for collaboration and enhancement of healthcare delivery.
By Naison Bangure Jun. 7, 2024

Balancing AI threats, benefits

Invest in AI security research and development to enhance the robustness and resilience of AI systems against adversarial attacks.
By Naison Bangure Jun. 14, 2024

AI and sustainability: Harnessing tech for a greener future for Zim

By fostering open dialogue, knowledge sharing and collaborative research, Zimbabwe can accelerate the development and deployment of AI-powered sustainability solutions.
By Naison Bangure Jun. 21, 2024

Global developments: Implications for Zim

This will allow users to access ChatGPT's AI capabilities directly within Apple's operating systems and apps, without needing a separate OpenAI account.
By Naison Bangure Jun. 28, 2024

AI, corruption in Zim: Potential and pitfalls

The implementation of these tools necessitates careful consideration of ethical issues, including privacy protection and the mitigation of algorithmic biases.
By Naison Bangure Jul. 5, 2024

AI comes face-to-face with journalism in Zim

As artificial intelligence reshapes the global media landscape, Zimbabwean journalism finds itself at a critical juncture.
By Naison Bangure Jul. 12, 2024