Dataphyte and Archivi.ng have announced a new partnership to bring data-driven storytelling and historical analysis to Africa, through the utilisation of Nubia Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Dataphyte is a social impact organization that specializes in data access, analysis, and hyperlocal research for Africa, while Archivi.ng is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving historical newspapers since Nigeria’s independence in 1960 and providing access to the content for future generations.
This partnership combines Dataphyte’s expertise in real-time, localized data collection and analytics with Archivi.ng’s extensive repository of digitized historical news content to power Nubia AI.
“With Archivi.ng as our partner, Nubia.ai takes a giant leap forward in its ability to tell the full story of Africa. By combining real-time data with historical news insights, we can create a richer, more nuanced understanding of the continent’s past, present, and potential,” Joshua Olufemi, Founder and CEO of Dataphyte, said.
Fua’d Lawal added, “This partnership is a testament to the power of collaboration in unlocking the potential of data. By making historical African news accessible to AI, we open doors to untold stories and pave the way for a more inclusive and informed future.”
This marks the third media content partnership that Dataphyte has signed on Nubia AI training.
The first ongoing collaboration is with Daily Trust, while the other is with Business Day.