Focusing on African problems and using technology to solve them
In the maker tech arts there are four types of models. The first is static, the second is kinetic, the third is mechanical and then we have the autonomous ones.
From starting an animation studio to launching a tech company
David has since been back to San Francisco to establish links with businesses involved in robotics and AI. He’s also travelled to India and worked with a team of experts in the field.
StartupStory: David Phume, an African technologist on a mission
Phume chats to us about Blackchain, a technology company that identifies problems in Africa and finds solutions through technology. It is founded on four pillars - to inspire, identify talent, nurture skills and innovate.
'I want Africa to be technology powerhouse"
Phume and his team have already started the process of identifying five students for the School of Robotics and AI who are enrolled in their program at no cost. The main courses are robotics engineering and AI programming.