Chopwork: When Nigerian startups enter the electronics market sector, by Abbas Badmus
Artificial Intelligence (AI) ranks highly among the most disruptive technologies and is a great way for startups to achieve their hyper-growth goals.
With a number of applications in big data, computer vision, natural language processing, and more, AI is revolutionizing businesses, industries and people’s lives.
AI technology startups are catching the attention of many investors across the world, especially in Europe, North America, Asia, China and countries in Africa like Nigeria, Africa of the South and Egypt, among others.
AI refers to the ability of a digital computer or computer-controlled robot to perform tasks commonly or regularly performed by humans.
The term is frequently applied to the project of developing systems with intellectual processes characteristic of humans, such as the ability to reason, discover meaning, generalize, or learn from past experience.
Examples of AI startups are Darktrace, Freenome, Mobvoi, Benevolent AI, Tusimple, Unisound while those founded by Nigerians are Cloud Minds and 4paradigm Intelia, Spear Lab, Ceretronics Technology and Aide Solution, to name a few. -a.
Chopwork, the latest addition to Nigeria’s electronics market sector, is an artificial intelligence-based digital market platform created for sellers and buyers of digital products and services to grow at any scale.
The Nigerian startup is committed to eradicating poverty among people in Nigeria and Africa by providing them with a cost-effective online platform to connect with customers around the world to sell their digital products and provide quality customer service.
In an interview with TechDigest, CEO of Chopwork Marketplace, Akoh Jerry said the company’s resources are designed to provide people with the opportunity to earn money from the comfort of their own homes and overcome poverty.
According to him, the company’s operating standards are uniquely formulated to ensure that service providers on the platform do not experience any delays before being paid as a custom process in place to enable them to perform. access the money earned through transactions.
Akoh pointed out that Chopwork serves as a source of income for Nigerians to earn quality money to meet their daily needs and prosper properly. So, as a creator or service provider in Nigeria and other developing countries, you can register on the platform for free, list all your downloadable products and services.
Downloadable products can be sold multiple times, thereby generating passive income, while the creator can provide quality services that are properly secured to protect both service providers and buyers.
Another unique feature of the Chopwork digital marketplace platform is the introduction of a program called Sales Executives which is open to anyone interested in joining the company to register as a sales manager and build a market. virtual based on existing products and services on Chopwork.
By teaming up, sales reps can promote their virtual products in the existing marketplace, which can be both offline and online. Also, a sales manager earns a commission every time you advertise and a customer purchases a product through your link.
The CEO of Chopwork argues that the platform gives access to skilled and unskilled people to work and gain financial independence, thus becoming economically self-sufficient.
AI remains one of the key technologies that has helped transform industries and easily solve global problems. Over the years, AI technology and machine learning have continued to gain prominence in factories, healthcare, banking, and security, which now extends to e-commerce, media. social and mobile application platforms.
However, as AI technology advances and solutions are developed, more and more challenges emerge regarding the way we do things.
Hunting for AI talent, supporting IT systems, processing unstructured data, improving cybersecurity, transparency, established AI ethics are some of the major issues needed. to foster sustainable growth in the application of AI technologies in more diverse areas of human endeavor.
To help encourage more players in Nigerian tech startup ecosystems, the founder of Chopwork called for the enactment of favorable tax laws, open access to funding opportunities, investors and the provision of more resources. to new startups while helping existing ones to move upmarket.
Abbas Badmus is a writer at Techdigest