Assessing the use of Digitalization and Artificial Intelligent in the measurement of progress and the implementation of SDG 6 alongwith synergy and tradeoffs with 2, 7 in Africa.
COMLAN SESSI, Vicky Phemia
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The United Nations has formulated integrated global goals for transformation with targets and indicators. These goals are aligned with those of Agenda 2063 which is presented as a strategic framework for structural transformations and sustainable development with the support of digitalization and artificial intelligence as tools with great potential to accelerate the achievement of integrated objectives. However, there is little clear on how digitalization and artificial intelligence can enable the goals for positive and sustainable transformation. This work aim to explores the degree that the digitalization and Artificial Intelligent has been used to measure progress and in the implementation on the SDG 6 with alongsynergy and trade-offs with 2, 7 in Africa. The Study is based on series of case studies. With the pairwise comparison to establish the lists of interconnected indicators that belong to the decision support tool based on multi-criteria analysis (MCA) and established the similitude between Agenda2063 targets. Sustainable Digitalization Matrix (DSM) has enabled the different practices and challenges of digitization and artificial intelligence for the progress and implementation of SDG 6 with synergy and trade-offs with 2, 7 in Africa. In order to establish the different pathways for the promotion of digitalization and artificial intelligence to achieve progress in the implementation of SDG 6 with synergy and compromises with 2, 7 in Africa. The method used made it possible to establish 12 main indicators interconnect, the links that exist with the targets of Agenda 2063 and raise the potential of digitalization and artificial intelligence for progress. Therefore there is a large gap between knowledge and practices on the mutual relations between digitalization and artificial intelligent (D&AI) and SDGs research-based Nexus-based approach for promoting D&AI in order to benefit from the power of D&AI while minimizing these possible risks. Overall D&AI is a potential enabler end pathways for SDG progress and also represents a perspective for the effective use of D&AI for the SDG’s for making progress thought implementation of SDG 6 with synergies and trade-offs with 2, 7 in Africa, with a complexity of indicators and their transdisciplinary interactions of digital technologies that implies relevant, irrelevant and sometimes neutral impacts.