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How Google is using AI to solve African problems

How Google is using AI to solve African problems

Google researchers at an artificial intelligence lab based in Ghana deploy the technology to address Afro-centric challenges.

Google opens AI centre in Accra

Google opens AI centre in Accra

Researchers will focus on various use case possibilities, including in education and healthcare.

Ghana's regulator at crossroads over 4G spectrum

Ghana's regulator at crossroads over 4G spectrum

Body needs to decide on bids from Vodafone, Quantum Oil or reinitiate the process.

Ghana's AfricaOnline to broaden its core service

Ghana's AfricaOnline to broaden its core service

Company appoints Foster Plender as Managing Director to grow business.

Ghana to issue second 4G spectrum license in June

Ghana to issue second 4G spectrum license in June

Pressure builds as competing operators look past price point and focus on opportunity.

Vodafone, MTN advance on 4G in Ghana

Vodafone, MTN advance on 4G in Ghana

Companies launch 4G LTE and 4G+ respectively as market considers country's readiness on 4IR and 5G network adoption.

Ghana: regulator allows free 2G to 3G upgrade for telcos

Ghana: regulator allows free 2G to 3G upgrade for telcos

Decision based on bid to promote digital inclusion, and support optimal use of existing spectrum.

Ghana launches US$97-milliion e-justice system

Ghana launches US$97-milliion e-justice system

Authorities expect all courts across the country to be connected by 2025.

Ghana's govt rejects calls for 4G license price slash

Ghana's govt rejects calls for 4G license price slash

US$67.5m price tag "reasonable" says country's communications minister.

Vodafone ready for Q2 4G rollout in Ghana

Vodafone ready for Q2 4G rollout in Ghana

Competition within the country's telecoms space likely to increase this year.

MTN focuses on data services to maintain dominance in Ghana

MTN focuses on data services to maintain dominance in Ghana

Operator covers 83% of country, including 3G and 4G services.