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iHub By Jessica Colaço / September 6, 2011

Orange – Social Venture Prize – Applications deadline extended

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Following numerous requests by interested candidates and to allow entrepreneurs to complete their file, the deadline for submitting projects has now been extended by two weeks. Candidates are invited to submit their dossiers via www.starafrica.com by 30 September, 2011 to be eligible for the award. Telecommunications’ networks: a new approach

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / September 5, 2011

iHub: The impetus for synergy

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Imagine if there existed a social network that links up high school students and pre-University students to do community service on a very large scale! Imagine if multitudes of young people were organized to clean markets and streets, plant trees, reach out to children’s homes, elderly homes and hospitals, and

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iHub Research By Jessica Colaço / September 5, 2011

Virtual Artificial Intelligence course

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Last week we profiled a green member with a Robotic Ardor. Well here is your chance to take a deep dive in Artificial Intelligence.  An online version of Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, is being taught by Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig. The curriculum draws from that used in Stanford’s introductory

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / September 5, 2011

Innovation for Market Research – Workshop

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Market research is about efficiently and reliably gathering data and turning it into meaningful information. The information helps people and organizations to make better decisions. Businesses, NGO’s, governments and other organizations all conduct market research. Mobile and information technology are currently transforming the industry and there is plenty of room

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / September 3, 2011

g|Kenya 2.0 – The Next Iteration of Digital

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We have come to learn through our g|days in Africa and in the Middle East that ladies are among the most enthusiastic, supportive and brilliant participants. So our hopes are high for the upcoming g|kenya 2.0! This time it’s going to be special: following in the steps we’ve taken in

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