Kenya and Tanzania lead the way in sub-Saharan Africa
According to a study was done under the Global Innovation Index, Kenyan nations Tanzania are ranked second and third in the world in terms of innovation. South Africa is the region’s leader.
Kenya is ranked 85th in the globe, while Tanzania is ranked 90th, making the East African nations one of the top 100 in the world for innovation. The United States leads in a number of important innovation metrics.
Hong Kong (China), Israel, and Singapore are the top three economies in the world in terms of major indices of innovation.
This year, the United States has taken the lead in this respect, placing first in 13 of the 81 indicators examined, as well as measures such as international companies’ R&D, investors’ capital contracts acquired, the quality of its colleges, and quality and scientific impact.
H-index of publications, number of original patents, and cooperation through electronic and internet channels
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) provides the yearly list, which emphasizes the many factors that enable the performance of various industries, labor well-being, better living circumstances, and ease of conducting business and employment.