As part of its 10th anniversary, the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) Ghana has held a first-of-its-kind industry and academia forum aimed at helping graduates go into industry at the Google office, Accra.
The event was themed, “Building Africa’s transformative leaders for the 4th industrial revolution: The role of mathematics and its applications.”
A current student of AIMS, Ms. Doreen Appiah teased the minds of the audience with a Spoken Word on STEM which highlighted perceptions about how people only put mathematics in the space of data analysis but insisted the goal of maths is to solve real-life issues as evidenced by the models developed to provide cures for epidemics such as the Covid-19.
In a welcome address, the COO of AIMS, Ms. Adelaide Asante underlined the importance of the forum which forms part of the 10th anniversary of AIMS Ghana. Read more »
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