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      Global Cognitive Systems Spending Market Assessment 2016-2026: Banking Application Segment Expected to Witness Significantly High Market Attractiveness During the Forecast Period
      ...acturing, and education cognitive systems. IBM Corporation aims to expand its presence in the Middle East and Africa having recently launched its offices in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Angola, Nigeria, Kenya, Senegal, a...
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    1. To achieve the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, Africa must create knowledge and skills-based wealth.
      In African Computer Scientists Recognized
    2. The World Cup is the most explosive and widely viewed sporting event on earth. Over 700 million people watched the final game of the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Allvoices is proud to enable the world to express their spirit and passion for the World Cup by reporting news from the games in South Africa. Allvoices is about news and diverse opinions, and fans can unite and celebrate through shared perspectives and a mutual love for the sport.
      In Allvoices Launches 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa News Reporting Contest
    3. To help Wikipedia become more helpful to speakers of smaller languages, we're working with volunteers, translators and Wikipedians across India, the Middle East and Africa to translate more than 16 million words for Wikipedia into Arabic, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Swahili, Tamil and Telugu.
      Michael Galvez in Google Translator Toolkit Adds 16 Million Words to Wikipedia