ARCHIVES DES VIDEOS
[Trailer] Digital Identity & Humanitarian Action: ID4Africa LiveCast EP36 S3
LiveCast EP36 S3 In a riveting interview between Dr. Atick and the co-director of the documentary film Forged on Oct 19, our LiveCast audience discovered the plight of Syrian refugees living with no proof of identity. On Dec 7, we further explore the question of digital identity and its role in times of crisis and conflict. Dr Atick and frontline experts from UNHCR and UNOCHA will discuss how digital transformation and data are changing business practices of UN organizations and creating new opportunities for digital inclusion of refugees! Guest speakers: Andrew Hopkins (Chief, Identity Management and Registration Section, UNHCR) Andrej Verity (Program Management Officer & Digital Services Team lead, UNOCHA) Zoey Zhang (former Researcher and Co-author) This is a humanitarian segment you won’t want to miss! Watch the interview between Dr. Atick and the Forged documentary film director, Lauren Anders Brown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMCpwAa03oI&t=616s
[Trailer] i-On-Malawi: ID4Africa LiveCast EP36 S2
i-On-Malawi On Dec 7, we deep dive into Malawi’s remarkable journey from zero to total ID coverage of their population and the current journey towards digital transformation of government and the economy! LiveCast host Dr Joseph Atick will be joined by some of the leaders and stakeholders behind these impressive developments: Colleen Zamba - Secretary to the President and Cabinet Mphatso Sambo - Principal Secretary, National Registration Bureau Daud Suleman - Director General, MACRA Thelma Saiwa - Chief Examiner AML/CFT, Reserve Bank of Malawi Pedro Pagalday - Head of Technology, Malawi, Tony Blair Institute Daniel Ikuenobe - Malawi Country Director, Tony Blair Institute Details at: https://id4africa.com/livecast-ep36-to-the-point-with-nandan-nilekani-identity-payments-data-empowerment-for-the-digital-world/ Register directly on Zoom at: https://id4africa.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_YARmvj52Rye53SAQoxeyHg
[Trailer] ID4Africa LiveCast EP36 Segment 1: Nandan Nilekani
S1: To-The-Point with Nandan Nilekani: Identity, Payments & Data Empowerment for the Digital World This is an epic encounter of two giants in the world of digital transformation and identity - Dr Joseph Atick - one of the key founding fathers of the identity community and ID4D, and Nandan Nilekani – nicknamed India’s CTO, Tech magnate, Cofounder of India’s biggest IT giant (Infosys) and the father of India’s Digital Transformation. These two visionaries will engage in a deep conversation informed by their many years of domain expertise around strategic digital platform development and policy reforms, with the objective of recommending pathways for accelerating Africa’s social and economic development. This is going to be an insightful exchange about real ideas and developments that have proven their transformative potential. NOT TO BE MISSED! Details at: https://id4africa.com/livecast-ep36-to-the-point-with-nandan-nilekani-identity-payments-data-empowerment-for-the-digital-world/ Register directly on Zoom at: https://id4africa.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_YARmvj52Rye53SAQoxeyHg
EP35: FORGED, NIST, Face Recognition, Contactless Fingerprints, Consumer Identity Management & ID4D
Broadcast: 19 Oct 2022 Following a highly acclaimed LiveCast EP34 which aired on Sept 28, today's LiveCast EP35 was another MAJOR HIT filled with powerful and original topics, not covered anywhere else! 00:00 Introduction 10:16 To-The-Point: A gripping interview between Dr. Joseph Atick and Lauren Anders Brown, the Co-Director of the exceptional documentary "FORGED". Both supporters as well as those who oppose identity systems should watch the film in its 85-minutes entirety as it provides one of the most powerful testimonies for why identity for all matters. Without intending to, it bears a cautionary tale for all of us about taking identity for granted. To watch the full FORGED full feature, visit & Support here: https://collaborateideasandimages1.vhx.tv/products/forged To support the work being done in Syria, donate to the Art Installation Campaign: https://www.paypal.com/donate?campaign_id=2SZRB4V3RY534 36:58 A content-rich Keynote on the state of the art of Face Recognition Technology (FRT) and its suitability for ID4D applications, from the most credible source—NIST. 1:21:20 A discussion on the readiness of contactless fingerprints (or finger-selfies) for ID4D applications with technical experts from Tech 5 and Integrated Biometrics. 2:00:03 A spotlight presentation from the expert leading the certification efforts on contactless fingerpints, again from NIST. 2:24:20 A look at the off-the-shelf digital identity platforms Microsoft has been building for identity management that could possibly support government service delivery. 2:52:17 A look at Mastercard's platform called Community Pass which aims to build a more inclusive and sustainable digital economy for all. Speakers/Panelists of this episode are: Dr. Joseph J. Atick, Executive Director, ID4Africa and LiveCast Host Lauren Anders Brown - Documentary Film Director & Co-Director of "FORGED" Patrick Grother, Head of Biometric Evaluation Division, NIST Rahul Parthe, Chairman, Co-Founder, and CTO, TECH5 Tom Buss, Executive Vice President, Integrated Biometrics Shahram Orandi, Computer Scientist, NIST Colleen Elliott, Digital ID Strategy Lead, Microsoft Andro Koutsoudis, VP, Global Product Management, Identity & Data Lead, Mastercard
EP34: Min. Lawson, Togo; Business Models of ID Authorities (NIMC, NADRA, UIDAI); i-On-Ethiopia
Our LiveCasts make a strong return with an impressive cast of heavyweights in identity and an interesting mix of timely topics. This session features the following three exciting segments packed rich with the kind of informative insights you have come to know and trust from our LiveCasts: 00:00 Introduction 10:13 S1: To-The-Point: An insightful look into Togo’s digital transformation journey with the Honourable Cina Lawson, Minister of Digital Economy and Transformation. 1:00:27 S2: Business Models for Identity Authorities: A fascinating and practical look at 4 major Identity Authorities (NIMC - Nigeria, UIDAI - India, NIA - Ghana & NADRA - Pakistan) to understand how they operate- business models, services, challenges, and much more! 2:03:20 S3: i-On-Ethiopia: An interactive and timely update on one of the most ambitious identity projects currently underway in Africa.
EP33: ID4AFRICA 2022 Workshop Reports featuring UNICEF & World bank
This second and final AGM Workshop Summation LiveCast features the leaders and select workshop contributors from the UNICEF and World Bank chaired AGM workshops. Major takeaways, local perspectives and key insights are shared on the two workshop themes: - "Mission 100: Towards Achieving 100% Legal Identity by 2030"; and - "ID Communication & Awareness Strategies: Best Practices for Building Evidence & Engaging the Public" 00:00 Introduction 08:30 Institutional perspective and key takeaways from the UNICEF chaired workshop shared by Cornelius Williams (UNICEF), Bhaskar Mishra (UNICEF) and Oliver Chinganya (UNECA) 42:59 Country experiences and perspectives shared by expert contributors Alick Mvula (DNRPC, Zambia), Janet Mucheru (Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government, Kenya), Mohamed Mubashir Massaquoi (NCRA, Sierre Leone) and Tulimeke Munyika (MHAISS, Namibia) 1:30:42 Workshop objectives and key takeaways shared by World Bank workshop leaders Julia Clark and Marie Eichholtzer 2:08:47 Country experiences and perspectives shared by expert contributors Aliyu A. Aziz (NIMC, Nigeria), Dr. Aaron Ramodumo (Department of Home Affairs, South Africa), Mustafa Mahmoud (Namati) and Henock T. Ali (National ID Program Ethiopia)
EP32: ID4AFRICA 2022 Workshop Reports featuring Digital Public Goods Alliance (DPGA) & IOM
ID4AFRICA 2022 Workshop Summaries: Digital Public Infrastructure + Frictionless Borders ID4Africa 2022 broke new ground with the introduction of four workshops on Day 2 of our physical AGM in Marrakesh, Morocco. Each workshop is chaired by an international Development partner—DPGA, UNICEF, IOM, the World Bank- and aims to address key challenges that the ID4D agenda faces today. This is the first of two AGM Workshop Summation LiveCasts where the working groups from the DPGA and IOM-chaired workshops report on their findings on the topics of discussion- "Digital Public Infrastructure/ Digital Stacks" and '"Identity Management for Frictionless Borders", respectively. 00:00 Introduction 04:37 Overview of the workshop discussions and key takeaways with DPGA workshop chairs Liv Nordhaug and Sanjay Jain 34:11 Country experiences and private sector perspectives with expert contributors Rosemary Kisembo, Yodahe Zemichael, Colleen Elliott, Stephanie de Labriolle and Mark Straub 1:30:05 Workshop objectives, institutional perspective and key takeaways with IOM workshop leaders Damien Thuriaux and Alvina Samjawon 1:56:50 Local perspectives with expert contributors Alexander Muteshi Imbenzi, Rosina Senona and Saadou Boubacar Cissé Workshops Summation continues on June 30 with workshops 3 & 4.