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Microsoft’s New Tech Centre to Employ 100 Engineers

Peter Musila 2 years ago

Microsoft company has spent Sh100 billion in the construction of Africa Development Centre (ADC) in the country and Nigeria.

The stations will help in boosting services across Africa as they are center for Microsoft engineers tasked with the creation of cloud service solutions, and the use of Artificial Intelligence among other services.

The centers will also employ at most 500 engineers before the year 2023 as various partners will be included.

Among the partners include, Academia, developers and government and they will play a pivotal role in steering positive impact to sectors like OffGrid energy, AgriTech, and FinTech.

“The ADC will be unlike any other existing investment on the continent. It will help us better listen to our customers, develop locally and scale for global impact,” said the executive sponsor of the ADC and executive vice president at Microsoft, Phil Spencer.

The move by Microsoft to start an ADC in the country will help in the creation of opportunities for engineers to be able to do meaningful projects and tasks from their country.

Recently, Microsoft partnered with Strathmore University to launch AI for Good series which is aimed at boosting awareness around the new frontier that AI will bring to Kenya.

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