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Accra Bespoke Innovations Conference

& The Africa AI Stakeholders Summit


An iSTEAMS Event Series 34

Dates:   19th - 21st December, 2022

Venues:  Academic City University College, Accra, Ghana

ModesPhsical/Virtual Blended

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Organized by the

Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques (SMART) Africa 

in Collaboration with

Academic City University College, Accra, Ghana

IEEE Nigeria Section Computer Society

The ICT University Foundations

Welcome to the

Accra Bespoke Innovations Conference

& The AI Africa Stakeholders  Summit


On behalf of the Organizers, Partnering Institutions and  Collaborators  for  the Accra Bespoke Innovations Conference and the AI Stakeholders Summit it is my pleasure to welcome prospective participants, delegates, students, scholars, researchers, practitioners, students and multidisciplinary enthusiast to this multidisciplinary, inter tertiary collocated event

Our world has been dramatically impacted by the COVIO Pandemic. Nevertheless, research innovations has continued to progress with concerted efforts directed at evolving new and innovative ways not only to address the effects and impacts of the pandemic but to mitigate and deal with human-centred and infrastructural challenges that has plagued the world. pre-pandemic while also looking beyond the pandemic to a world driven by digitization and digitalization; a world where artificial intelligence drives innovations, technologies, thinking, processes and human interactions.

Collocating the Accra Bespoke Innovation conference with the AI Stakeholders forum has therefore comes at an opportune time to provide a platform for cross fertilization of ideas on common and divergent interest that presently impact and will in the future determine how positioned or prepared we are to live in a technology-driven world. This Conference seeks to facilitate research innovations, knowledge discoveries, socioeconomic and human capital development through the  dynamism and interaction of human and material resources both locally and internationally  with the attendant aim of addressing the myriads of solvable global challenges using multifaceted technology-based solutions.


We welcome prospective participants to consider submitting research articles, position papers, reports, and all forms of articulations in all fields of human endeavours and explore the opportunities offered by the clustering of brilliant minds at this conference to obtain valid inputs that will further fuel research agendas and innovations in our multifaceted world. I believe your participation will add zest to what is potentially a great and highly impactful event.


Akwaaba - WELCOME to Ghana.

Com Adekunle Durosinmi CITP, MCPN, MNCS

Distinguished SMART Fellow & Life Chair Publicity iSTEAMS

Registrar ​DOT ICT Institute of Technology

Theme Bespoke Research Findings for Addressing Human Centred Challenges in a Pandemic World


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Prof. Mikail Olaniyi 

Federal University of  Tech.

Minna, Niger State , Nigeria 

Prof. Friday Wada 

University of Hartford

WH Connecticut  USA

Ms. Angela Azumah Alu

 Academic City University

Accra, Ghana 

Ellen Akongwin Abanga 

Palm Institute/GIMPA

Accra, Ghana 

      GENERAL CONFERENCE SCOPE                                                          

The Accra Bespoke Conference 2021  is a multidisciplinary forum. Authors in the academia, professionals and practitioners are invited to submit papers in all areas of Science, ICTs, Engineering, Education, Health Sciences (Medicine, Nursing, Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacy), Law, Arts, Management, Business, Agriculture, Geosciences, Policy, Agriculture, Forestry, Religious Studies, Environmental Sciences, Arts & Design, Hospitality Management, Survey & Geo-informatics, Applied Sciences, & the Social Sciences for the iSTEAMS Conference. Papers should contain substantial ideas which have the potential of aiding inventions, growth, development of human capital, industrial process optimization, energy conservation, inter-tertiary innovations, theories, practices, design, modeling and collaborative research.

Series Editor 

Prof. Longe Olumide Babatope – Academic City University College, Accra, Ghana

Dr. Joseph Budu – Ghana Institute of Management & Public Administration

Prof. Edward Santiago Blaise – St Leo University, St. Leo Florida, USA

Dr. Asani Tobiloba – Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Nigeria

Professor Titus Kehinde Olaniyi – Glasgow Caledonian University, London, United Kingdom.

    Paper Reviewed, Included in the Proceedings  & Scheduled for Presentation   

Pioneering an Intelligent Future -  Empowering Future Ready Workforce Through Artificial Intelligence (AI) Education At  Academic City University College, Accra Ghana.

Longe, Olumide (PhD),  Sharma, Navel (PhD), Oletu, Grace (PhD), Amedgadzie, Julius, Acquaye, Christabel, Kanubala, Deborah, Danso Joseph, Ishaya, J. & Madukaku, A

Smart Waste Management System Using IOT

Rufai M. M., Lawal O. L., Onadokun I. O., Ishola P. E. & Oladiboye E. O. 

Security During Transmission of Data Using Web Steganography

Gyimah, Seth Adjei

Towards the Development of a Machine Learning Enhanceed Framework for Honeypot and CAPTCHA Intrusion Detection Systems

Muhammad, Hafsat, Longe, Olumide .B., Baale, Abimbola  & Antai, U-O Ekpo

The Econometrics Evaluation Of The Causality Between The Economic Growth And Unemployment In The Gambia

Lamin Bittaye & Jarra Balajo

Eradicating Poverty In Sub Sahara Africa Using ICT

Amosa Babalola, Oladipupo Bolaji, Fabiyi Odunayo, Adigun Olajide,  & Osazuwa Kingsley

Cybersecurity And Mental Health In The Digital Age

Talabi, Adedoyin. Abiodun, Longe, Olumide Babatope, Muhammad Aminu Ahmad & Olusanya, Kunle.

The Design and Implementation Of A Machine Learning Based Breast Cancer Diagnostic System

Danso Joseph & Paul-David Agbo

Towards the Development of Image Forgery Detection System Using Hashing Technique

Maisango, Rakiya Aliyu, Longe, O.B.  Dada Aborisade, Idris Abubakar Muhammad & Auwal, Yunusa Hassan

A Review on Machine Learning Models for Crime Predictions in Nigeria

Jimoh, A.A., Wajiga, G.M. & Garba, E.J.

Android Malware Detection: A Systematic Literature Review

Ojeniyi, J.A., Waziri, V.O., Adebayo, O.S., Uduimoh, A.A., Fashina, O.S., Yusuf, H., Madugu, U. & Abdullahi, A.

Improved Prıvacy Protectıon Model for Preventıon of Data Over-Collectıon in Smart Devıces

Oketayo, Abimbola M. & Ojo, Adebola K.

Towards a Usability Engineering Based Analysis of Mobile Payment Platforms among Bank Customers in Ghana.

Kwakye. M. & Longe, O.B.

Impacts of Internet of Things (Iot) and 5G Network on Technology Enhanced Learning (Tel)

Dabo, Abdulhadi M., Sarki, Abdulrahim Muhammad, Fapohunda Seyi Ebenezer & Longe Edith O.

Health Information System: Graph Theory Modelling Of an Efficient Hospital - Pharmacy Drug Availability Management System

Oyewo, D.T.., Oyekanmi, E.O., Benson-Iyare, J.C. & Adeola, O.O

Towards the Design and Fabrication of a Sheetpress Machine for Plastic Recycling

Orintunsin, T.K., Musilim, A.A., Oddiah, A.O., Oghene, A. & Odesanya, K.O.

Mineral Composition and Sensory Properties of Infant Formulated Food: Alternative Sources of Milk for Infants

Lawal, R. A.,  Musa, H., Jacob, G.A. & Okebunmi, F.A.


Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques in Africa 

A Creative Research Networks Multidisciplinary Group


Reseach Nexus Africa 

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