Juliana Rotich:
Ecco BRCK, l'accesso a Internet per l'Africa

TEDGlobal 2013 · 9:33 · Filmed Jun 2013
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In Africa esplodono le comunità tecnologiche, dice Juliana Rotich da Nairobi, cofondatrice di Ushahididel, un software open-source. Ma connettersi e rimanere connessi resta una sfida in una regione con frequenti blackout e Internet a singhiozzo. Juliana Rotich e altri amici hanno sviluppato BRCK, per offrire una connessione stabile per il mondo in via di sviluppo.

Tech entrepreneur
Juliana Rotich is the co-founder of Ushahidi, open-source software for collecting and mapping information — and of iHub, a collective tech space in Nairobi, Kenya. She is a TED Senior Fellow. Full bio
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