Minister, Posts and Telecommunications, CameroonRead more
Executive Director at Fraunhofer HHI ; Chairman, Focus Group on Artificial Intelligence for Health (FG-AI4H) ITU/WHORead more
Vice President UNESCO Institute for LifeLongLearning (UIL ) Vice Chairperson FAWE Africa Board. Board Trustee Member United Nations Institute for Training and Research ( UNITAR), Former African Union Commissioner for Education, Science, Technology and Innovation (ESTI- AUC)Read more
President of the institute for technology and Global Health , Harvard UniversityRead more
Counsellor for ITU-T Study for standardization work on multimedia including audio and video coding, accessibility, e-health, and digital signage.Read more
Founder and Chief Executive Officer at minoHealth AI Labs , GhanaRead more
AI Sector Lead at VilligroAfrica , KenyaRead more
Academic Officer, Head of Pan African Cooperation and Educational Technologies (PACET) program at United Nations UniversityRead more
Serial entrepreneur and digital health enthusiastRead more
Digital Health Specialist, UNICEF East Asia Pacific Regional Office Bangkok, ThailandRead more
Head of Architecture Board, Swisscom Digital Services, SuisseRead more
Lecturer & Research Fellow, Department of Health Care Management, Berlin University of Technology in GermanyRead more
Founder of Algorizmi Health, Nigeria/CanadaRead more
Scientific Advisor of the Pierre Fabre Foundation, Professor Emeritus University of Toulouse, France.Read more
CEO FIB-SEM technologies, Harvey and Kate Cushing Professor in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Yale University.Read more
Chief Medical Officer in the Applied Machine Learning Group in the Department of Artificial Intelligence at Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute in Berlin.Read more
Service Manager in a Tertiary Health Facility, National Health Service (NHS) of the United Kingdom.Read more
Vice President, mHealth Solutions Division, AnmarIT Saudi Arabia, Visiting Scholar in the Media Lab, MIT, USA.Read more
Member of the Cancer Prevention and Control Research Program at Winship Cancer Institute, USA.Read more
Senior scientist in the Applied Machine Learning Group at Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI’S) Artificial Intelligence Department, BerlinRead more
TrueSpec Africa is a healthtech company focused on bringing innovative solutions to complex problems affecting populations and industries worldwide. We developed a portable device that uses artificial intelligence to allow hospitals, pharmacies, pharmaceutical laboratories and quality control centers to determine whether or not a drug is genuine in less than 10 seconds anytime and anywhere in the world.
Around the world, millions people are exposed to high risk of illness or death from taking poor- quality medication used to prevent or treat most of tropical diseases. Existing drug’s testing devices are offered at a high price and not affordable in low and middle income countries.
Our goal is to protect people through improving the ability of national drug regulators to secure the drug supply chain. We do this by providing our platform as a service tool to drug regulators for their use in real time for drug quality checking, monitoring and reporting, all in the hope of reducing mortality due to fake drugs in Africa and in the world.
Thousands of people are affected by counterfeit drugs on the market today. Let's rise up and protect our people from fake drugs today
Good product. My hope is that it can benefit Africa and the entire world at large
Fake drugs kill many people in Africa. ONE denunciation can save thousands lives, Let's Make it Happen.
I think that every medicine has to bring hope. Africa is the first victim of a wave of counterfeit drugs that every day bereaves families. Say "NO to counterfeit drugs". We can not innovate if we are not in good health. The medicine is therefore a vector of development to frame priority.
Stop fake drugs! !!!! The drug is a poison and when it is still wrong it consumes us slowly. Every citizen of the world deserves an authentic medicine in any corner of the world in which he finds himself. TrueSpec-Africa carries with it the essential if not essential ingredient without which we will not succeed. Together as one man, let's get up and say yes to the right medicine and not to the massacre.
Fake drugs cause disaster to our society everyday. So I say stop to counterfeit drugs.
Great project to support so that our populations are more protected and better cared for by our practitioners. Congratulations!.
In Africa, I am careful because I know that it is the life-saving drugs that are usually fake and they are responsible for a large number of deaths. I say stop to the innocent massacre by encouraging you to 100%.
The fake medicines consume us one by one. The main African victim of the trafficking of counterfeit medicines and in particular the DR. Congo has thousands of deaths at its counter. It's time for us to say NO to FALSE MEDICINES. it is time for us to fight counterfeit medicines.
Halt! The fake drugs kill. In Madagascar, as in most African countries, fake drugs have already caused several victims.
Counterfeit drug is a matter that leaves nobody indifferent of the consequences resulting from it. Together we stand stronger against this ordeal.
Every time we take a fake drug, we are intoxicated by the substances contained in these drugs and we can develop more serious problems related to these substances in the short or long term. So let's say NO to fake drugs.
This is an issues that affects Africa. Am glad if I could be of help in anyway.
I believe this is a great initiative especially for Africa which is the main victim then hand in hand say stop to the fake drugs.
Unity is strength, let's say stop to fake drugs and take the right treatment
Fake drugs are a big problem in Africa but also in Asia. All with TrueSpec-Africa and say NO to fake drugs. :)
Every day we see the damage caused by the fake medicines so all together lets say NO.
To end the year, which has been complicated for everyone, we would like to warmly thank all those who have contributed to sharing our vision to the four corners of the planet and to enhancing our work. It is in large part thanks to you that we continue to innovate, impact and deliver tangible solutions adapted to the economic, societal and environmental realities of Africa.
Among the thousands of people who have shown their support to us around the world, many have stood out for their professionalism, know-how and involvement. We call them "Gold Ambassador".
It is therefore with great pleasure that we present to you the Gold Ambassadors of TrueSpec-Africa 2020.