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Accra Bespoke Innovations Conference

& The Africa AI Stakeholders Summit


An iSTEAMS Event Series 36

Dates:   31st May - 2nd June, 2023

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

Faculty of Computational Sciences & Informatics 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.

Prof. Longe Olumide Babatope

Distinguished Fulbright, UI-McArthur & HLF  (GERMANY) Fellow

Co-Convener Accra Bespoke Innovations & AI Africa Stakeholders Forum

Associate Dean Faculty of Computational Sciences & Informatics

Academic City University, Accra, Ghana.


The Accra Bespoke Conference 2023  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. Papers are also welcome in the following conference sub-themes/domains:

  • Engineering Technologies & Innovations

  • Educational Technologies & Innovations

  • Knowledge Discovery in Medical & Pharmaceutical Sciences

  • Financial Management & Economic Recovery

  • Artificial Intelligence, Data Governance, Ethics, Responsible AI. & Machine Learning

  • Public health and the COVID Pandemic

  • Inter-tertiary Collaborations and its impact on Innovation and  Development

  • Multidisciplinary Research and its role in Combating Terrorism and Insurgencies

  • Collaborative Research Paradigm for Addressing Global Health Issues.

  • Cross – Religious Tolerance  & Transformational Leadership

  • Waste To wealth Issues and the Green Environment

  • Impact of Visual Arts on Human Development and the  Environment

  • Entrepreneurship & Employment Creation 

  • Technical Vocational Education and Its role in Nation Building

  • Waste To wealth Issues and the Green Environment

  • Leadership and Political Stability, Peace and Conflict Resolution

  • Climate Change and the Green Environment

  • Combating Corruption for Economic Transformation

  • Nanotechnology & Microbial Research and disease control 

  • Algorithms, Datamining and Scalable network Systems 

  • Cyber security and crime control, Electronic commerce and merchandising 

  • Innovation in Teaching & Learning 



Joshua Wemegah 

Ghana Link Network 

Accra, Ghana 

Prof. Enoch Opoku Antwi  

Associate Dean 

Faculty of Business 

Academic City University, Ghana

Theme Bespoke Research Outcomes  

for Addressing Human Centred Challenges 

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Dr. Christian Ehiobuche

 Chair of Stockton University’s MBA in Healthcare

Stockton, New Jersey 

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION DETAILS                                       

Physical Participants  USD 200 Flat registration Fee

Virtual Participants    USD 150 Flat registration Fee


Acc Name:             Creative Research Conference Account

Account ​Banker:   UBA Bank Current Account 
Account No:          1017041046 ​ 

Swift Code:           UNAFNGLA 

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Exchange Rates

Participants should ascertain prevailing exchange rate of the dollar to the Cedi HERE before departure from their countries of origin so as to be able to properly budget for travel, health, sundry and accommodation needs.


Important Information

International/Foreign and other  participants can also make payment using credit or debit cards. Please click the Buy Now button above. Payment through Bank Transfers, mobile banking, quicktellers and Paypal are accepted.  Please notify after payment. Click HERE to REGISTER for the i  Accra Bespoke Innovations Conference 2021. Note that REGISTRATION for the conference only require you to provide data that will assist the organizing committee in planning for the conference. You can register NOW and make payments later. Please call +233595479930 or +2348160900893  if you have any challenges with paper submission or need any further clarifications.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS PAPERS                                                         

Ethical Implications of Artificial Intelligence in the Healthcare Sector

Amedior, Nutifafa Cudjoe

Particle Swamp Optimized -Physics-Informed Deep Learning for Heterogeneous Oil and Gas Underground Reservoir Pressure Management

Barna Thomas Lass, Samson Isaac, Amina Isa,  Zara Sakanau & Hamidatu Abdulkadir

Impact of Banditry On Human Security and Sustainable Development in Nigeria

Ajobiewe Jamiu Olatunji & Asuquo Victor

Cybersecurity and Mental Health in the Digital Age 

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

Impact of Religious Creeds On Nigerian Politics and National Development

Ajobiewe Jamiu Olatunji & Asuquo Victor

Towards The Analysis of Security Vulnerabilities and Attack Surfaces of Blockchain Technology Systems

Tchaou, A. & Longe, O.B.

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Based Security System for School Children

Sarumi, J. A  & Olumoye, Mosud

Copyright Infringement By Internet Service Proividers(ISPs)

Anumel  Benedicta


Artificial Intelligence and Civil Liability

Nyatsikor Bright Kwame

Regulation of Artificially Intelligent Sex Robots

Frederick B. Oware

Legal Issues Involved In E-Contracts

Adams Abubakari Saddiq

Human Rights and Ethical Principles In New And Emerging Technologies
Emmanuel Kwasi Gadasu

Preparing Science Teacher Trainees for the Needs of Postmodern Society and Acquisition of 21st Century Teaching Skills

Babayemi, J.O., Udofia, S.E.,  Abasi, A.U., Itighise, A.E. & Ntegwung, J.G.

Towards the Integration of Cyber Security Into Business Continuity Planning For Small and Medium Scale Enterprises

Aboagye F.O. & Longe, O.B.

Evaluating The Use Of Artificial Intelligence In The Law

Clement Yayra Tettey

Right to Privacy on the Internet

Boateng Christiana

Towards The Development of a Self-Diagnosing System For Ailments Using Predictive Modelling Machine Learning

Amegadzie Julius & Fiagbor Harriet

A Security Framework for Privacy Concerns in for E-Learning

Adegbenro Dimeji, Nwaocha Vivian, Ogunlowo Tolulope & Longe, Olumide Babatope

Design and Construction of an Automatic Hydroponics Fodder Grow Machine

Mensah Michael & Mahami Wisdom

Intelligent Treaty Systems and The Future of International Law

Ofasi Sylvester Mawutor

Influence of Covid-19 on Students’ Consumer Retail Behaviour

Nukpe Philip & Twumasi-Ampong Nana Boadi

Emerging Advanced Materials, Properties and the Additive Manufacturing Route for Biomedical Implants and Devices

Klenam, D.E.P., McBagonluri, F., Asumadu, T.K., Osei, E.D., & Osafo, S.A.

Is Mixed-Method Really a Research Design? Synthesis for Discourse

Kolawole Akinjide Aramide

Design and Implementation of Traffic Violation Detection System for Road Safety

Oletu Grace & Florence Yeedoun

Evaluation of the Wound Healing Activity Of Picralima Nitida Seeds

Ibironke A. Ajayi, Bolaji S. Odejobi, Emmanuel N. Ifedi &  Adewale A. Raji

Flipped Classroom Instructional Package Efficacy on Undergraduate Students’ Problem-Solving Skills in Integrated Science in Federal University of Kashere, Gombe State, Nigeria

Ogundare, Samuel Akinola (Ph. D), Veronica Oluwatoyin Animasahun (Ph. D),

Adeyanju Saudat Titilope & Manu Joseph

Comparison Analysis of Normalization of Non-Normalized Uniform Distributed Data

Omisore, A.O. & Adegbite, I. O.

Spatial Pattern of Unemployment in ECOWAS Member States: A Panel Data Analysis Approach

Alaba O.O.  & Muse, B.O.

System Testing and Evaluation of Undergraduate Intelligent Applications for Suicide Ideation Detection

Ezea, I.L., Agu, M.N. & Bakpo, F.S.

Design and Development of a Sheetpress Machine for Plastic Recycling

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

Accessing the level of Total Productive Maintenance Implementation: The Case of a Nigerian Fabrication Company

Ikechukwu John Ezemenike, Harold Ugochukwu Nwosu & Shadrach Matthew Uzoma

Language and Literacy Campaign as a Tool of National Development In The Former Soviet Union And Modern Russia

Omotade, K.

On the Need for the Establishment of  Centres for Integrated Research in Computing and Agriculture  in African Universities

Olateju, O.O. & Longe, O.B

Customs Service Gateway Framework Using Cloud Based Technology for Car Registration in Nigeria

Akingbesote. A, O, Akinwumi, D. A. & Akingbesote. B, O.

Microbial Assessment of Hibiscus sabdariffa (zobo) Drinks Produced and Sold Within Federal Polytechnic Bauchi, State Nigeria.

Lawal, R. A.

     Paper Submission Instructions                                      


Paper Submission Deadline is Sunday 5th December, 2023. Articles should be in MS Word usually be between 4000-5000 words or 6 pages max, Arial Narrow (Font), 11 points, single spaced. Authors should use APA Referencing style. Paragraphs should be separated by spaces and be in block form - no indents. Article Title, Name of Authors, Affiliations, E-mail address and phone numbers should be at the beginning of each paper and centralized as itemized line by line. All articles must carry e-mail address and phone numbers. Articles should be sent as E-mail ATTACHMENT to PDF submissions will not be accepted. Please mark the title of the E-mail as Accra Bespoke Conference Paper Submission  Although FULL Papers are usually preferred for the iSTEAMS Conference, ABSTRACT ONLY SUBMISSIONS ARE WELCOMED. Full papers could be developed after the conference and submitted for Journal publication in any of the iSTEAMS Series of International Journals.  Click HERE to download the Submission Template

  Important Information on  Traveling to Ghana               

A negative COBID-19 PCR test is required for entry into Ghana. Participants should equally ascertain prevailing travel requirements through their airline websites. as these may be updated/adjusted periodically. Please check exchange rate of the dollar to the Cedi HERE before departure from their countries of origin so as to be able to properly budget for travel, health, sundry and accommodation needs.

 Visa(s) & Travel Information to Foreigners & ECOWAS Citizens           


​ECOWAS citizens includng Nigerians do not need visas to visit Ghana. The ECOWAS passport is all that is required. Road and other forms of transportation are available to travel from ECOWAS countries to Ghana.  Kindly check with the Ghanaian Embassy or Consulate in your country for visa requirements if you are travelling to Ghana from any country other than an ECOWAS Country. Citizens whose countries do not have a Ghanaian Embassy (such as Cameroon) can obtain Visas on Arrival. A list of Ghanaian Diplomatic Missions/Embasies/Consular can be found HERE. For additional information on applying for visas to Ghana visit the Ghana Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration website or contact your local Ghana High Commission. Kotoka International Airport, located in Accra, is Ghana’s premier international airport. Air connection to Accra is very easy and many hotels in Accra provide airport transfer service. Road connections are also available from a range of African Countries. Make travel plans ahead to ensure that you have the right information. Prospective participants can contact the organizers by e-mail for information and clarifications 

  Brief on Lodging & Feeding                                                


​A variety of accomodation options are available for conference participants within the host city and environs. Our Conference partner hotels are the Yiri Lodge and the University of Ghana Guest House all situated within the University of Ghana Campus. Please note that Participants are solely responsible for their accommodation and travel expenses. Assistant for pre-arrival hotel bookings and travel can be accommodated by the conference organizing committee. Participants can also book online directly with hotels as soon as possible.   Participants should budget between $20 - $30 per day for additional meals apart from the lunch which will be served during the conference

  Tourist Attractions                                                                

There are several tourist attractions in Ghana. Click HERE to check out possible tourist interest and make plans to visit. 


Ellen Akongwin Abanga

BIT Afrika LTD 

Accra, Ghana


Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques in Africa 

A Creative Research Networks Multidisciplinary Group


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