Here is this week’s news in tech

This week’s news in tech features the new web based-process to do tin registration, how to catch up on the Euro 2020 games on DStv and GOtv, the recently launched Regulatory Sandbox Framework for startups in Uganda and much more.

How to watch Euro 2020 on DStv and GOtv in Uganda

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For DStv Family to DStv Premium customers, they can catch up with the matches on CH 224. In addition to post-match wrap-ups, SuperSport will also broadcast the UEFA program on every platform, one-hour build-ups for all 51 matches.

Daily matches will broadcast at the convenient hours of 4 pm, 7 pm and 10 pm to give fans the maximum viewing experience. To get reconnected and avoid missing out on the action, customers can dial *206# to reconnect, change packages, fix errors and check the balance on their accounts.

Bank of Uganda launches regulatory Sandbox framework to improve the startup ecosystem in Uganda


Bank of Uganda believes that the Regulatory Sandbox Framework will promote financial services innovation, attract capital and funding for fintech firms and provide shared learning opportunities for the innovators and regulators. This is expected to promote uptake of electronic payments, digital financial services and financial inclusion in general.

The startups can apply to get embedded within Bank of Uganda structures or apply to get extend for even more. This will come at a cost of UGX 5million.

New changes to URA TIN registration process as its completely automated

A number of changes are to be expected and will start with the individual TIN applications by converting the current TIN application form from a Microsoft Excel Template into a web form. There have been complaints about the previous, difficult method, forcing people to seek the help of individuals who knew how to handle it. All of this, however, came at a cost. People will be able to interact with the platform more easily, saving money and time as a result of the new changes to the URA TIN registration process.

AI meets healthcare: How Shamim Nabuuma is transforming telehealth for cancer patients

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Shamim Nabuuma Kaliisa an entrepreneur and innovator is one of the youngest that has been inducted into the inaugural class of Bloomberg New Economy Catalysts for her work with artificial intelligence in transforming telehealth for cancer patients under CHIL AI Lab by improving access to healthcare. She has also incorporated AI technology in several other domains under her mother company, CHIL AI Group.

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