OBOR Investing in talent 4.0

Hubs and ecosystems

As well as the panellists, eFounders fellows, students, other participants and dignitaries, the event was also attended by UN Women’s executive director, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, and China’s ambassador to Botswana, Lin Songtian.

The Asian alignment toward Africa comes at a time when the US has adopted a more isolationist approach and African economies are bearing the brunt of commodity price fluctuations. Africa now needs assistance and Asia will provide it— thereby, shifting the global strategic alignment.

However, some online speeches by unofficial “wolf warriors” are very extreme (such as advocating a nuclear attack against Japan) and contrary to the peaceful image of OBOR that the CPC is trying to create. Besides, if Xi’s government could not adhere to the nationalistic and tough stance he has promised, the anger of “wolf warriors” might backfire on their masters.

The rise of xenophobia reflects this dilemma faced by the party. In order to achieve the soft power building goal of OBOR, China now hosts a large number of international students from OBOR countries


In Sylodium’s system as in a chain link game, bilateral trade is transferred to triangular trade and from this to circuits business that are interwoven with other circuits generating new business opportunities

You can create your own circuit, or route inside Sylodium’s system as China – Africa AI CYBERNETICS, SHENZHEN – Singapore - SADC Shipping Business, SHANGHAI – Dubai - IGAD trade routes, Ningbo –Nairobi – Cape Town - West Africa Shipping global, China South – Middle West - Kenya Shipping 4.0, China – India - IGAD coordinated routes 4.0.

The thinking machine 4.0

The idealist who explains the evolution of history by the succession of instants as if the ideas weighed more than the economy does not contradict the materialist who explains History for economic changes, both are right, the idealist is cutting in continuous vertical slices to the materialist that wraps and reduces in its horizontal line. those slices, with his secular look.

There are not as many contradictions as are intended, but points of view, even disconnections, that do not even collide. How many times have we said that Marx is not the reverse of Hegel? but a change of meaning, more real, more as it happens in reality? Both are right, what happens is that today, thanks to technologies, there is a great opportunity for individuals to decide their world, and not vice versa, that is, we are at the time of taking advantage of Hegel more than Marx, it was time. 

Let's start with the connection of the OBOR routes to Africa, and we will see how to really navigate in SYlodium, and not just search as in Google. To navigate you need coordinates. 7-8/ 32-33/ 4x4, 132- 133/145- 21/22....

Rexiology of Tramantics (Critaxis A)

The Science to serve the reasonable Ethics inside the possible margin.


X1 Utility of science in technology. X2: States, Scientists, Engineers, visionaries, philosophers. X3 Statistics, Science and Technology. X4 discoveries X5 new sciences and new paradigms. Care your App.


Y1 Physics (electromagnetism, quantum, thermodynamics ..) Y2 mathematics (calculus, algebra, geometry, logic ....) Y3 philosophical rules. Y4 Interweaving of science and technology. Y5 FIR 4.0. APPS for Ethics


Z1 The sciences have been scattered so much that a single science, a casual trap, is about to arrive. Z2. human, social, universal, specific, ephemeral. Z3 falsifiable, statistics, full, probable. Z4 cybernetics, computing, quantum, genetics. Z5: from the geometric philosophy, to the classical sciences, to the spreading of sciences, to the logometry (back to start)


R1: Individual, quantity. R2 species, quality. R3 gender, rumboid and mientralism, all possible relations in Zriforx. R4, the following of the here and now, the next. R5, future.

Everybody is in FIR and in Gamification.

The study makes it abundantly clear that development models have reached a crucial point, and that China is squarely on the wrong side of history. “We’re at a juncture where the rest of the world has shifted to renewable energy investments,” states report co-author Melissa Brown, “but we’re seeing a whole set of legacy patterns for coal – patterns of the last generation – are being clung to and subsidized by Chinese institutions.”

What’s more, China is not just pushing for coal power abroad, but is also exporting outdated technology—in blatant disregard of the goals set in the Paris climate accord Xi claims to uphold. In total, Chinese-funded plants are set to expand global coal capacity by 43 percent, an increase which would offset many of the steps taken to reduce the world’s CO2 intensity.

Currently, the potential of this data is still limited by computer processing capabilities and existing machine learning techniques. It just happens to be that one of the main new techniques and directions of future research in analyzing high volumes of satellite imagery/data is Bayesian deep machine learning (specifically applied to pattern, texture, and image recognition technology).

Creating Inventors

3D printing technology positions students as creators. Instead of buying or consuming the creations of someone else they become inventors who can identify needs and create solutions. Have a look at a boy named William Graeme, a diabetic, who invented a world-first, sanitary device for storing used blood testing strips. Given the right tools, resources and support, what innovative inventions could your students create? 

eFounders Fellows

Around 30 African graduates of the eFounders Fellowship Programme, launched in 2017 and run by UNCTAD and the Alibaba Business School, also attended the event. 

“Those of us from Africa, and friends of Africa, are facing the challenge of how to convert the young talents emerging in Africa into a dividend and not a curse,” UNCTAD Secretary-General Mukhisa Kituyi said.

“As everyone keeps telling them ‘go and make employment for yourself,’ how can we make it possible for them to create employment?” he said.

A second panel addressed access to capital and investment.

Mara Corporation founder Ashish J. Thakkar said that with M-Pesa, Kenya’s mobile money system, covering 98% of that country’s GDP, Africa had proved that it could develop, use and exploit new technologies.

AfricInvest venture capital director Selma Ribica said that M-Pesa’s success, and that of Nigerian ecommerce giant Jumia and others, was itself a spur to investment capital and now it was pouring in – to the tune of $500 million in 2017.


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