Howls, barks, groans… those are the sounds that greet you as you enter Cyrus Maina’s home in Kirigiti, Kiambu County. The home is a dogs’ paradise, where Rottweilers, Boerboels, German Shepherds, White Swiss Shepherds, Pugs, St Bernards, Belgian Malinois, Maltese and Russian mountain dogs and Blackhounds, among other breeds, thrive.
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Cyberknife, the new cancer treatment technology in Kenya
The cancer burden has been rising in Kenya over the years, with the annual disease incidence standing at an average of 50,000 people and deaths at over 33,000. With rising cases, cancer is the third leading cause of death in Kenya and the second major killer among non-communicable diseases (NCDs) after cardiovascular diseases.
Connected Summit Day 3: Innovations and Business Strategies in the Digital Era
The government and the private sector made various commitments and recommendations that would help make the ICT sector better as curtains came down on the 12th Connected Summit on April 5. The government committed to create an enabling regulatory environment for the important sector to thrive.
Connected Summit Day 2: Data, Digitisation and the AI Revolution
There is no doubt that data is the new gold, and, therefore, must be safeguarded for the digital economy to thrive. Without data, the country’s quest to use artificial intelligence, build smart cities, drive innovation and generate a vibrant knowledge economy would come to nought.
Connected Summit Day 1: Digital Economy Shaping our Future
The 12th edition of the Connected Summit kicked off on April 3 at the Diamond Leisure Lodge in Diani, Kwale County, with powerful speeches and commitments from various government and private sector players. These are the key highlights of Day 1
Making money from bees, honey
Bees are loved and feared in equal measure. A majority of people love them because of the honey they produce while they are feared because of the sting. Well, bees are man’s best friend if you don’t provoke them, and there are many reasons to love than fear them.
Data controllers versus data processors: Know your role
As many people increasingly embrace paperless transactions, the role of individuals or institutions collecting and processing the massive data generated, is key in the success of the country’s quest to become a digital economy. These people, according to the law, are known as data processors and data controllers.
Your personal data and the law
We readily give personal information such as our names, ID card numbers and dates of birth when asked without giving it much thought, Perhaps we are keen to get that service and be done with it, or we just don’t want to raise eyebrows.