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15th Sujata Jayawardena Memorial Oration


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The 15th Sujata Jayawardena Memorial Oration of the University of Colombo, hosted by the University of Colombo Alumni Association, was held recently at the BMICH. The oration, on the topic “Up in the cloud: Using artificial intelligence and digitisation to transform Sri Lanka to a developed country”, was delivered by MillenniumIT, e-Channelling and Ustocktrade founder Tony Weerasinghe. 

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