This is my most important read of 2018. In this Book, I rediscovered the joy of learning new things. George, amazingly does a great job of bringing together all the disciplines I love- archaeology, anthropology, history, arts, philosophy, social studies, literature, biology, physiology,neuroscience and computing. Every page, every single word was a joy. He even … Continue reading Will AI Save or Destroy Us?
In this Letter to AA, Keith Jackson argues that Africans will gain respect when they embrace intelligence to create self-sufficiency through science and tech.
In this article, adebayoalonge distills his learning from studying successful impact entrepreneurs into 11 principles that enable any aspiring social entrepreneur to succeed in transforming the world
As part of enabling the next generation of Africa's social impact entrepreneurs, a $150K (USD) cash for equity investment opportunity through the Katapult Accelerator exists for an African based startup using exponential technologies i.e. AI, Block chain, Quantum computing etc. to solve a social issue on the African continent. I am especially interested in nominating startups … Continue reading #God’s Plan: $150K Cash Investment For African Impact-Focused Startup
Africa is not poor but it suffers from poverty. And this poverty is due to unbridled capitalism Adebayo Alonge Solutions Ideator Image credit: gps-connects.com “Africans are fools. They allow themselves to be cheated by their leaders and by the rest of the world” Without further context, this statement may be passed off as the seething outburst of … Continue reading What They Don’t Tell You About Africa
The Nigerian youth is a diverse group that does not fit any one stereotype. The poverty of this group as well as other Nigerians is caused by the subtle acceptance of poverty in Nigerian culture as an occurrence that people bring upon themselves.
YALI Fellow- Adebayo Alonge has brought together Yale University, the Lagos Business School and Lagos State government to organize an infectious diseases management workshop for healthcare professionals. Ebola killed mostly healthcare workers in Nigeria in 2014 and this workshop is targeted at improving infectious disease management capacity in Nigeria's health institutions. You can attend free, … Continue reading Yale University, Lagos Business School and Lagos State Government organise infectious diseases management workshop