Rachel Alwala is the Manager for Events and External Affairs at the Communications Commission of Kenya, the ICT regulator in Kenya. She is a communications practitioner with over 12 years experience in public and international relations in the ICT sector. Rachel is an MBA holder from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Commonwealth Professional Fellow, a member of the national Digital Television Committee in Kenya and a crusader for children, youth, and women. She has undertaken several initiatives to enhance the capacity of marginalized groups, including the organization of a workshop on ‘Harnessing the Potential of Girls and Women in ICTs’. She is the author of a paper titled: ‘Educating the Girl Child in developing Countries Through E-Learning: Imperatives of Collaborative Interventions.’ Rachel previously worked as an Administrator at Childlife Trust, a charity organization for needy children in Kenya.
How do digital inequalities impact young users, consumers, and producers online? What are the motivations behind young people's participation in the #DigitalEconomy? Check out this new @YouthandMedia report: dash.harvard.edu/handle/1/426… #yamspotlight pic.twitter.com/0SrCeM9OAB
Desde el @cetysedu de la U. de San Andrés en conjunto con el @LATAMxDigital, están buscando startups y emprendimientos de la región con impacto en el desarrollo de prod. o serv. basados en IA para participar de encuesta sobre Ética a IA. docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FA… 👈
What are some of the main challenges and opportunities of #ChatGPT in the field of #education as we see them today? With colleagues from @TU_Muenchen @LMU_Muenchen @uni_tue we have taken a first stab at a mapping exercise. Of course, many unknowns & unknown unknowns. ⬇️ twitter.com/EnkelejdaKasne…
“I prefer technologies that have some kind of active character to it than just another thing where you watch and consume” @SandraCortesi on Generative AI Storytelling for @Forbes forbes.com/sites/rashishr…