Tap OBOR to Africa and/or China – Africa 4.0 Trade.


you can create your own circuit, or route inside sylodium’s system as China – South Africa Smart Shipping, Shanghai – Tel Aviv – Djoibuti Shipping business 4.0, Hong Kong – Manila – Nairobi coordinated trade routes, Guangzhou – Addis Ababa - Cape Twon global cybernetics, Shanghai – Nairobi - Lagos Shipping 4.0, Chinese ports – West African ports 4.0. etc

Highlights from 10th Annual BRICS Summit

In July, leaders from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) met in Sandton, South Africa for the 10th Annual BRICS Summit. The Annual BRICS summit aims to strengthen economic and political ties between member countries.

In 2010, China invited South Africa to BRICS. Many questioned why China invited South Africa to join BRICS rather than other larger developing economies (e.g. Indonesia and Turkey). Some pointed to the “economic complementarities” between China and South Africa. See Foreign Capital Flows and Economic Development in Africa: The Impact of BRICS versus OECD at 31 (2017). As with China’s investments throughout the continent, its invitation to South Africa to join BRICS promoted China’s self-interest. Today, South Africa is China’s largest trading partner on the continent.

BRI offers unique opportunity to Africa

The World Bank says the BRI offers a unique opportunity to address the large infrastructure gap in developing countries that hampers trade and economic development.

Africa has haild BRI in fostering connectivity and thereby accelerating integration and economic diversification on the continent.

Speaking at the Forum of China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in Beijing in September, Chinese Ambassador to Ethiopia Tan Jian said the BRI is a platform to promote global cooperation and common development based on win-win results.

The ambassador said the initiative is in line with the United Nations sustainable development goals and the African Union's Agenda 2063 which is a blueprint for African development and prosperity.

On the relevance of the initiative to the AU’s Agenda 2063, James Wakiaga, economic advisor at the UN Development Program (UNDP), noted that the BRI is vital to address the infrastructure deficit in Africa.

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Ningbo – Nortthern Africa AI games, Zhengzhou – East Africa gamification 4.0, Shenzhen – Nigeria HR 4.0, Liaoxing – South Africa Games 4.0, China – West Africa START UPS 4.0., Shanghai – Southern Africa AI- IoT-IIoT, Anping – East Africa START UPS APPS 4.0.


"The OBOR is very important particularly in terms of closing the infrastructure gap… so we need to look for the different sources of financing to Africa's infrastructure to be able to accelerate structural transformation and diversification," Wakiaga told Xinhua.

Professor Kassahun Berhanu from Political Science Department of Addis Ababa University said the initiative is envisioned towards increased understanding, enhanced recognition of multiculturalism and diversity, and peaceful collaboration for achieving mutually rewarding goals and objectives.

In May 2017, Kenya launched its first Chinese built high-speed railway. It connects Nairobi to the major port city of Mombasa. The 290-mile railway was built by the China Road and Bridge Corporation. It was financed almost completely by the China Eximbank. The railway is planned to extend to Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Burundi, South Sudan, and Ethiopia.

About Industry 4.0, think, for example, about the opportunity for Africa's auto sector:

And yes, autonomous cars will be available, but they won’t the only option. At Nissan we speak of Intelligent Mobility – a world where you are connected through your car to the world, where your vehicle helps you become the best driver that you can possible be, increasing your ability, not lessening it, making you far safer than you can imagine, while leaving as little impact on the environment as possible.

But what about the expense? What about job losses? Scientists speak of Moore’s Law, a phenomenon where the capability of technology doubles exponentially as its cost halves – anyone who started using a cell phone even 10 years ago will know the truth of this. Cars especially are proof of this, with the kind of standard features in entry level vehicles today that were the preserve only of high-end luxury executive models even five years ago.

Africa: Industry 4.0 Not All About Job Losses

"Industry 4.0 is upon us and will indeed have a big impact," he said.

He said while it was authentic that millions of jobs would be lost in the process, there were opportunities to create new jobs.

"The job losses are nothing new, as with previous revolutions. A myriad of jobs will be created with the advent of Industry 4.0. It will create millions of jobs that we had never imagined would exists today," Coetzee said.

According to the World Economic Forum (WEF), Industry 4.0 - combined with other socio-economic and demographic changes, will transform labour markets in the next five years, leading to a net loss of more than 5 million jobs in 15 major developed and emerging economies.

Industry 4.0 a tipping point for Africa's wealth gap

Nearly 400 delegates from 18 African countries attended NEC XON's 7th annual summit at Sun City, in South Africa.

Speakers explored methods for Africa to harness the fourth industrial revolution to overcome the continent's numerous challenges.

"Industry 4.0 is the culmination of connectivity, processing power that never existed 10 years ago, and the algorithms today that make sense of a new wealth of data at our disposal," says Carel Coetzee, CEO of NEC XON. "That's why artificial intelligence, or AI, machine learning, deep learning, and neural networks are such buzzwords today. Industrial revolutions are characterised by transforming economies, jobs, and society itself. It's true that this new revolution will take millions of jobs. But, it will also create myriad new jobs and opportunities for our societies." 

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Xian – Eastern Africa AI,  Zhengzhou – West Africa gamification 4.0, Zibo – Nigeria START UPS HR, Ningbo – South Africa Games 4.0, China South – West Africa START UPS 4.0., Shanghai – South Africa AI- IoT-IIoT, Beijing –Southern Africa START UPS APPS 4.0.


Tap technology of rest of countries to participate in China – Africa 4.0 or OBOr to Africa.

Military robots emerge in different ways

Robotics development: The Russian air force is looking to automate the roles of Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTACs) or mobile fire controllers (MFCs). These soldiers sit in forward positions on battlefields, sometimes even in enemy territory, and direct air strikes. This vital role could soon be done by “automated forward air controllers,” who could be attached to ground robots and drones.

These automated systems would monitor an area, identify an enemy (perhaps with facial recognition), and communicate the coordinates to relevant forces. They could identify what kind of threats exists and which weapons to use. They could tag threats with lasers so smart bombs can destroy them.

Construction 4.0 via Sylodium, heminemetics, Critaxis, etc

In Sylodium: our coming new Language: Logometry, for computers and for a global computer (total wrap) via Heminemetics, Critaxis, and Rexiology is currently the unique way for a real and global Artificial Inteligence.



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