A local company, Babyl, yesterday unveiled an artificially intelligent chatbot that uses machine learning to interact with patients using voice or free text. It is a powered computer programme specialized in medical triage that can provide a medical diagnosis.
President Paul Kagame has been named African of the Year 2017 by the African Leadership Magazine. The nomination was the result of both online and offline voting, with the former in itself garnering nearly 300,000 votes. The African of the Year Awards also included nominations in multiple other categories.
President Paul Kagame and The First Lady joined dozens of Kigali residents in a fitness walk on Sunday, December 03, 2017, during the Car Free Day.
Rwanda and World Bank have signed a deal worth $125 million (Rwf107 billion) to kick off the ‘first Energy Sector Development Policy Operation financing agreement’.
President Paul Kagame last night awarded for the first time the Igihango National Order of Outstanding Friendship medals to nine individuals in recognition of their exemplary service to the nation in various capacities.
The Directorate of immigration and emigration has announced that starting on 1st January 2018, citizens of all countries will be able to get a visa upon arrival in the country, without prior application. The visa will be valid for 30 days.
Rwanda‘s first cricket stadium was inaugurated Saturday by President Paul Kagame as a permanent home for developing the sport in the country. Gahanga Cricket Stadium in the capital Kigali is built on a 4.5 hectare (11 acre) ground and cost $1.3 million (1.1 million euros), the majority of the funds raised by international cricket players eager to see the game take off in Rwanda.
RwandAir has announced that from 30th September, it will commence three weekly operations to Conakry (Guinea), Bamako (Mali) and Dakar (Senegal) from its new hub in Cotonou (Benin).
The annual Rwanda International Trade Fair, better known as Expo, opens its doors this Tuesday, August 22, at the Gikondo Expo Grounds in Kigali.
The Institute of National Museums of Rwanda (INMR) has embarked on revamping museum structures and service packages to be able to double the current revenue of Rwf 200 million from cultural tourism per annum.