NetMission Academy 2020: Key Takeaway of Training V – Ibni Inggrianti

The Training V: Digital Economy & Emerging Technologies of NetMission Academy was held on February 6, 2020. The working group presented about what is the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, how ethical development of AI is, the difference between IoT and AI which IoT won’t work without AI, because IoT is a place to gather […]

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Summary of Training V: Digital Economy & Emerging Technologies – Ananya Singh

This was the fifth training session of the NetMission Academy 2020 and yesterday we’d amongst us Mr. Arthur Gwagwa (Senior Research Associate, Strathmore law school, Nairobi), Hon. Charles Mok (Hong Kong Legislative Councillor representing the Information Technology Functional Constituency), and Dr. Yik Chan Chin (Lecturer in Media and Communication, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University) as our Guests. […]

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NetMission Academy 2020: Training IV Highlights – Ananya Singh

On 30 January 2020, NetMission Academy hosted another very interesting session on “Cybersecurity, Privacy and Safer Internet“. On a very honest note, this was actually my first choice when I was asked to pick 3 working groups that I’d like to contribute in and to. But since the program is extremely competitive, I couldn’t get […]

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Summary of Training IV: Cybersecurity, Privacy & Safer Internet

According to a survey by management consultancy – Ernst & Young, CEOs see cybersecurity as the number one threat to the global economy over the next five to ten years. With the growing concerns and issues around cybersecurity and digital privacy, on 30th January, NetMission.Asia conducted an online training webinar for their ambassadors of batch […]

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Summary of Training III: Human Rights Online

Training III: Human Rights Online took place on January 23, 2020. Working group #1 was responsible for preparing a presentation on the topic. The case studies presented by the working group focused on misinformation and disinformation and human rights online. The first case study revolved around the Hong Kong protest. The case study pointed at […]

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