DataFest Africa, the largest data science festival in the African continent, has announced its lineup of speakers for its 2023 edition. Among the prominent names are Deborah Adedoyin Ogunseye, David Brown, Ruchi Agarwal, and David Abu, who will share their insights and experiences on various topics related to data science on the continent.
Deborah Adedoyin Ogunseye is a Nigerian data scientist and student who is passionate about the use of data science to solve business solutions on the continent. She is involved within the Web3 space as well as on projects that circle around the Blockchain. She will speak on how to use blockchain data analytics to solve business problems for data scientists.
DataFest Africa 2023 will take place from October 13 to October 14 in Lagos, Nigeria. The festival will feature workshops, hackathons, panel discussions, networking sessions, and exhibitions from various data science organizations and companies. The festival aims to showcase the latest trends and innovations in data science and to foster collaboration and learning among data enthusiasts in Africa.
To find out more information about the event, visit the event’s website DataFestAfrica – A festival of data enthusiasts sharing knowledge and innovation.