The modern world moves quickly. New technologies are constantly being developed. Many of the world’s problems are not new. Hunger, access to clean water, and basic human rights have been constant challenges throughout history. But new problems are continually emerging, from COVID to the need for cybersecurity and data privacy. Due to the complexities of our modern world, competent research and analysis is essential for effective problem solving. It forms the core of our work on every project.
And of course, as a project progresses, publishing our conclusions and results can be a key factor in project success, from securing ongoing funding to improving public acceptance.
Examples of Our Work
Professor Salma Abbasi will set the stage for a series of panel discussions, and provide recommendations and a way forward at the IEEE “Technology, Equality and Equity for Global Vaccination Certificates and Passports” webinar. The goal of this webinar is to create a platform for dialogue and knowledge exchange. The focus is to develop a […]
Signed MoU with the Kaduna State University to design and develop Artificial Intelligence Curriculum, Course content and Teacher training notes. Designed and developed Innovation, Business and Entrepreneurship strategy and roadmap for KASU to develop Innovation Hubs at their facilities to promote business and industry collaboration models.
Conducted research on global AI policies and guidelines, along with AI Gap analysis for international legal frameworks.
Researched and presented current AI & Big Data gap analysis and risks: AI Regulations AI Policies Data governance Data protection Mental and physical health risks from technology and AIS
Conducted research and present multi-dimensional risks, vulnerabilities to key stakeholders: Governments, Private Sector and Communities and the need for global standards and frameworks at Mydata Conference, Helsinki, Finland.
Dr Fabio Vescovi, Airbus and Professor Salma Abbasi present the agriculture transformation design and implementation framework for the pilot project to the 1st Lady of Kebbi State, HE. Dr. Zainab ShinkafiBagudu and her team. London, UK.
Professor Abbasi presented eWorldwide Group’s SmartVillage4SDGs© model at the UN ESCAP Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway (AP- IS) steering committee meeting. Professor Abbasi with ESCAP’s ICT Section Head and ITU Directors. Bangkok, Thailand, 2019. Side meeting with Airbus, Davina Egbuna and ITU, Ashish Narayan, reviewing the collaboration framework to deploy pilot agriculture transformation project for Bangladesh. Bangkok, Thailand.
eWorldwide Group and Airbus design and present an innovative model for leveraging space technology and SMART systems to transform the agriculture sector, while building resilient food systems and creatingdiverse jobs during WSIS 2019. Geneva, Switzerland.
Established 7 international working groups to collaboratively develop new guidelines, tool kits, standards and training material for assessments and certifications. Human Digital resilience – United Kingdom eHealth and Future Pandemic Resilience – South Korea Smart Logistics, Supply Chains and DPGs – Bangladesh Digital Identity – India Digital Economy and Financial Inclusion – Malaysia Resilient Education […]
Researched and designed Digital & AI concepts, frameworks and guidelines: Evaluated and Measured ‘Product Maturity Levels’ for AI Design Parameters Rated and Ranked Social Media Platforms, Gaming and Gambling Sites to Protect Children Accountability Metrics for CEOs of ‘Technology Companies to Ensure Ethical Performance Designed and developed global multi-sector stakeholder engagement frameworks: Human Centric Design […]