The first time the Royal Academy of Engineering's Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation has been won by a woman and of course, it was an Ivorian (aka Dopefrican) woman. This is Charlette N'Guessan, CEO of the Ghana-based software company, BACE Group. Charlette and her team won the award for creating BACE API, "a digital verification system that uses Artificial Intelligence and facial recognition to verify the identities of Africans remotely and in real-time."
Now that's dope!
Check out BACE group here.