Digital Transformation Revolution And Development Countries


Digital Transformation Revolution And Development Countries

We are witnessing an exponential growth of technologies and their potential, whether they are related to the duration of life and its quality, or to the ability and speed to move from one place to another or to the possibility of communicating instantly with any other human being.

This type of growth was only possible because technologies have continued to change thanks to new scientific discoveries. In our times, the scientific progress consists in processing and transmitting information across multiple technological revolutions. One of these revolutions has regarded Telecommunications of the Future for which research moves through the reconfiguration of high-capacity transmission networks and the introduction of new data acquisition, transmission and processing technologies. But we are facing other paradigmatic revolutions such as the one conceived for Artificial Intelligence in which aspects of fundamental research are combined such as, for example, those related to new neural architectures with more applied aspects such as the optimization of predictive and cognitive algorithms, or for the new Quantum Sciences and Technologies based on the consequences of the deepest and most revolutionary properties of Quantum Mechanics that could lead to a complete disruption of the calculation capacity, to absolutely secure communications and, again, to allow the creation of devices capable of carrying out measurements with current levels of precision unattainable.

These new technologies seem to be developed by technologically advanced countries, so why should they be important for developing countries? In reality, developing countries can take advantage of this digital revolution, because they do not have the inertia of developed countries and can immediately adopt new technologies, reaping the benefits and creating new market opportunities. In this course we will first describe the technologies of the future (without major insights):

  • Artificial Intelligence,
  • 5 and 6 G telecommunication paradigms,
  • Communication networks, digital inclusion
  • Blockchain, decentralized ledgers, cryptocurrencies
  • Fintech, microcredit
  • IOT
  • Quantum Technology
  • Sustainable urban planning

Then we tell success stories concerning the adoption of these technologies in developing countries. We will pay special attention to those related to sustainable development and to financial and digital inclusion


Eureka GIE and CIRPS to react by building an initiative in the framework of the United Nations Agenda 2030 for Sustainability, and Code Red.They decided to offer to Africans a good number of free Online Courses for the award of Professional Diploma as Experts in the candidate’s chosen field. Course Tuition fees before scholarship was around € 2,000.

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