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Kennedy J Chitsamatanga

Mentor at CIPTC

Author, Researcher and mentor. I have highest qualification in International Business.
Most focused on Digital Economy Technology. 3D technology, Smart cities and how new advances in Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Data Computing and Now Quantum Computing, Internet of Things, Argumented and Virtual Reality is/will bring about a better sustainable way of living in Africa and China.
How the continuous evolution of the 'G' technologies keeps on evolving its 5G, 6G is coming then 7G and so on.This reference to Companies like Huawei. Tencent, and ByteDance etc
In all this how this collaboration can speed up the infrastructure building connectivity in Africa, technological and economic emancipation through collaboration with China. How this can benefit both sides with technology collaboration and tech spillover especially from China which now has the blue print and the manufacturing template technology of any thing on this planet (Workshop of the World)

Hence my interest is in seeing this relationship grow, especially with the high end infrastructure development in the GBA (Hong Kong, Shenzhen & Macau). Definitely there is a lot to emulate in the way this region is being planned developed, and the setting up of innovative technology start up Hubs.

This region is a futuristic world of a civilized society from which Africa must get ideas, inspiration, joint ventures, strategic alliances and close cooperation in terms of all to do Technology advancement in Africa.

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