Florian M. Rwegoshora is working towards a Master’s degree in Embedded and Mobile Systems (EMoS) at NM-AIST as a second cohort student. In an article he wrote for University World News, he asks not only fellow student to join the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) as active participants.
Her lauds the implementation of his Master’s programme at NM-AIST as opening the way for students to become full participants in 4IR by engaging with societal problems.
Florian himself decided to learn the programming language Phyton which he will be able to use in machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence and computer science.
He closes his passionate article with with a demand for Tanzanian authorities: “Universities and the government need to provide an environment for students to learn how to use the tools of 4IR. This will help reduce unemployment and poverty in our country.”