If one human brain has the processing power of thousands of super computers, imagine what we could achieve if we worked together. The Human Quantum Computer connects you to thousands of Africa’s smartest young minds, enabling you to play your part in creating a better world together. And win prizes as well.
This year, the Human Quantum Computer Challenges will all be focused around the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). According to the UN, the SDGs are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all, as they address the global challenges that we face as a collective. You can find out more about the UN SDGs here.
Absa have specifically committed to working on, and actively contributing to, solving challenges towards achieving these goals (since they directly impact our continent):
Absa has always been committed to sustainability. We recognise that making a meaningful contribution to these goals will be achieved by using them as a framework for global co-operation and action, bringing all stakeholders together to proactively address and solve these challenges.
One way we are achieving this is by inviting Africa’s brightest young minds to collaborate with us to solve these challenges; enabling us to make a real difference to our continent and our world.
Participating is simple. Make sure you’ve registered, to receive your initial points. Then head over to the challenges section, and select a challenge to work on.
Post your solution, then keep an eye on your upvotes which will earn you additional points. Use the feedback on your proposal to create a collaborative solution and you could win an Apple Macbook 13" – and contribute to shaping our continent.
Refer to the Terms and Conditions for more information.
Disclaimer: Thank you for your interest in the Human Quantum Computer! Please note that you are only eligible to win a prize for this competition if you are from one of the 11 countries specified in the Terms & Conditions. You are, however, welcome to enter and be a part of the greater solution.