Okezue Bell is a Nigerian-American inventor. Following research in neuroscience and generatics at Harvard Medical School, he created the WeArm, a prosthetic arm for below-the-elbow amputees costing under $400. Okezue also founded Fidutam, a SIM-based microfinancing application for unbanked, low-infrastructure communities, which has provided over $400,000 in financial runway to thousands of families using blockchain technology. He is a UN STEM activist and has been a researcher at the MIT Media Lab and Boston Children's Hospital.
As millions of people add artificial intelligence to their workflows, thousands of schools have banned the world’s most popular AI tools like ChatGPT. That’s despite tests proving that AI teaching assistants can have a major impact. Activist Okezue Bell argues that we need to reimagine how education and EdTech work to make the most of artificial intelligence.