Hugo ML drives focus on Multi-Million Dollar Digital Economy with Webinar Series for West Africa Graduates
MARCH 24, 2020: Leading African data annotation company, Hugo ML, is set to launch a free online webinar training to prepare graduates in West Africa to join today’s multi-billion dollar digital economy. The new online series will help participants understand and navigate the digital workspace with Hugo ML sharing insights from its standpoint as a digital employer of African talent.
The four-part informative series will feature topics that include: Remote Work and the Digital Economy, Accessing Global Remote Work Opportunities, An Introduction to Data Annotation for Machine Learning, and Navigating “Work From Home” Challenges in an African context.
The recent Coronavirus outbreak has led many companies to embrace remote work models, presenting a huge opportunity for talented university graduates in West Africa.
“Artificial Intelligence is revolutionizing every aspect of daily life, but gender and racial bias exists in many AI-enabled technologies,” says Simone Bartlett, HugoML co-founder. “It is therefore critical that young Africans are contributing to these technologies shaping their lives. And equally important that we have equal access to jobs created in the field.”
Working remotely can be challenging, especially in West Africa; but being a home-grown company has given Hugo an advantage in navigating these challenges. Join the webinar to learn from their lessons empowering hundreds of successful remote workers in the region.
The webinar will cover opportunities at Hugo ML, but will surface thousands of other online opportunities.
Spaces are limited and are on a first come, first serve basis, so sign up today!https://www.hugoml-remote.com/. To learn more about Hugo ML, its services and upcoming training programs and webinars, please visit www.hugoml.com.
About Hugo HML
Founded in 2018, Hugo ML provides an on-demand, remote workforce for leading tech companies seeking to diversify their data annotation and content moderation teams. The company has over 200 trained annotators across West Africa and expects to hire another 200 in the coming months.