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African School Of Economics Launches 5G Mobile Technology Spaces

In collaboration with partner universities in Africa and Finland, the African School of Economics (ASE) has announced the launch of Africa’s first 5G Mokki Tech Space, a network of immersive digital learning and remote work environments connected via fifth-generation mobile communication technology.

In addition to its campuses in Benin and Ivory Coast, the modular tech spaces will take the ASE’s presence to remote areas, helping local communities leapfrog access to high-technology education, remote job creation and digital entrepreneurship.


Disadvantages in access to technology are seen as the main cause of economic inequality in the world.

The satellite model of the ASE’s tech spaces can help prevent various African regions and remote areas from falling behind in, for example, the innovation and acceleration of products and services powered by Artificial Intelligence.



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