Creating Mobile Apps

From Friday, November 25, 2022 6:00 PM
to Friday, November 25, 2022 8:00 PM

Omar Seguna

Open online activity



This course is going to enable you to create your own mobile apps with block programming using App Inventor.  App Inventor is beneficial to young people and adults alike, as although it uses block programming which is important for problem-solving skills and computational thinking, it also enables participants to create a real app and provides them with a good foundation for the industry.  Your apps can be tested on your portable device (tablet or mobile).​

    Secondary school
    Mobile app development

Nearby upcoming activities:

Online Office Essentials: Upskilling the Workforce with Basic Digital Tools
Mon, Jul 31, 2023 12:00 AM

Module 1: Introduction to Online Office Tools

Module 2: Basic Word Processing Skills

Module 3: Spreadsheet Basics

Module 4: Creating Effective Presentations

Module 5: Basic Online Content Creation

Module 6: Basic Online Meetings

Module 7: Troubleshooting Common Issues

Module 8: Collaboration in Online Tools

Sat, Oct 7, 2023 7:00 AM

Scratch is a free and easy programing language. I have a presentation and also some activities prepeared. 

Artificial Intelligence: An Industry Perspective
Thu, Oct 19, 2023 9:00 AM

Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems have been steadily increasing their presence and up-take across all industry sectors. Recent advancements in AI, in particular generative AI, has resulted in a lot of excitement by the private sector, technologists, investors, policy-makers, and society. In this regard, from a regulatory compliance perspective the industry has to be prepared for the adoption and impact of these AI tools, technologies, and products, The anticipation is that this latest AI development will be a game-changer. This course shall focus on providing participants with a better understanding of the following topics:

  • Current state of AI and the latest advancements
  • Industries and potential use cases for each respective sector where AI and the latest language models, such as ChatGPT (an example of generative AI), can be applicable
  • Major industry-specific risks and concerns to be aware of when adopting and using some AI algorithms and techniques within AI systems, e.g., the Generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT) language model behind ChatGPT which uses deep learning
  • Proposed AI controls to safeguard AI systems in terms of the data and algorithms used
  • New laws and regulations, such as the EU AI Act, and their impact on society at large and across different industry sectors
  • AI Governance assessment and implementation that can be carried out for managing risks and controls in AI solutions