GDSC Students Undertake Robotic Process Automation (RPA) & AI Workshop

Jonathan Gichohi (seated 2nd left), Doris Ratego (center seated), and Jeff Ng’ang’a (seated 2nd right) accompanied by the leadership and members of The Co-operative University of Kenya GDSC Chapter after the Robotic Process Automation and AI training workshop held on Friday, March 22, 2024, at our Learning Resource Center, Main Campus, Karen-Nairobi.

By Meshack Ngangi

On Friday, March 22, 2024, our Google Development Student Club (GDSC) members in the School of Computing and Mathematics (SCM) undertook a mentorship workshop on Robotics Process Automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in reshaping the future of work from industry experts.

The CUK’s Google Development Students Club lead, Ruth B. Kwara, a second-year BSc, co-organized this impactful and insightful one-day training workshop. Computer Science student, the Dean of Students, the School of Computing and Mathematics, and the office of the Public Relations Officer.

The collaborative efforts and industry exposure the University offers to the students prove an effective way of inducing learners to the real-life situations that are reshaping the job industry in the contemporary digital era.

Doris Ratego, Safaricom PLC automation engineer; Jonathan M. Gichohi, an intelligence automation and RPA professional at Jubilee Insurance; and Jeff Ng’ang’a, the Lead PRA Developer at Pwani Oil Group, upskilled our students on industry practices that harness the potential of robotics process automation integrating the core elements of Artificial Intelligence.

The University’s resolve to support experiential learning is a significant concern in keeping the competitive edge and achieving the mission of producing competent human capital through quality education, training, research, and innovation, as well as empowering communities through outreach for socio-economic transformation.



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