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Cassava and Atlas AI aim to deliver AI development skills in Africa

Cassava Technologies, a pan-African technology group, has partnered with Atlas AI, an AI analytics platform, to use data-driven insights to accelerate digital transformation and economic growth in Africa.

Cassava Technologies is in the news yet again, this time through a partnership with Atlas AI, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) analytics platform.

Atlas AI’s platform uses satellite imagery, survey data, and AI to provide detailed insights into development conditions in underserved communities, helping public and social sector organisations to target support and investment.

Through this partnership, Cassava says it will be able to deliver cutting-edge AI development capabilities custom-built for its enterprise customers, catering to the unique needs of businesses on the African continent.

The partnership will see Cassava promote Atlas AI’s technologies within its extensive continent-wide reach, introducing enterprise AI tools tailored to help African organisations accelerate growth, future-proof supply chains, and build greater resilience to rapid change across the region. Cassava says it will also use Atlas’s AI core in its internal digital transformation efforts, making it a leading AI-first company.

Through Cassava’s extensive African network, Atlas AI will also be able to promote the broad adoption of geospatial AI for public benefit applications. Harnessing satellite imagery, survey data, and AI, Atlas AI’s platform offers detailed insights into development conditions in underserved communities, enabling public and social sector organisations to target support to vulnerable communities impacted by economic and climate shocks and making the case for urgent investment into expanded infrastructure access.

The partnership is part of Cassava’s vision to be an AI-first company and to ensure that the latest advances in AI are responsibly harnessed for the benefits of Africa.

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