Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

C4IR Rwanda

The Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Rwanda (C4IR Rwanda) brings together government, industry, civil society, and academia to co-design, test and refine policy frameworks and governance protocols that maximize the benefits and minimize the risks of 4IR technologies. The Centre is primarily focusing on artificial intelligence and data policy, and seeks to develop multi-stakeholder partnerships to drive innovation and adoption at scale for the benefit of society.

Launch Date: January 01, 2020

Centre Head: Crystal Rugege

Initiatives

Data for Common Purpose Initiative (DCPI)

Creating a new flexible data governance models that allows for the combining of data from personal, commercial, and government sources, while still respecting rights, will positively empower a variety of stakeholders while removing unintended policy barriers

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National AI Strategy Peer Network

A platform for governments to tab into latest national strategy initiatives that seek to build an AI ecosystem that is future-ready and which safeguards society.

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Chatbots RESET

Design frameworks for governing chatbots by bringing together chatbot developers, chatbot platforms, the medical community, civil society, academia and healthcare regulators.

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National AI Research Cloud

Stimulate cutting edge AI for Health (AI4H) research to position Rwanda as a global innovation leader for healthcare in the long run.

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