Turning A Personal Tragedy Into Tech For The Blind & Visually-Impaired – Zuby Onwuta 

Zuby Onwuta, the African inventor of ‘Think and Zoom’, talks about losing his eyesight and becoming a disability advocate and tech inventor. Zuby has blended medical research, his training in…

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From Running Errands For Money As A Kid To Running A Bank

Michael Okwusogu, a banker based in the Middle East, talks about how he uses financial and economic data as well as technology to help manage banking operations. Michael discusses how…

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Teaching Africans How To Code With Smartphones, Not Computers – Prince Steven Annor

Prince Steven Annor is an Engineering Instructor and Tech Researcher at New York University’s Abu Dhabi campus. He teaches engineering lab courses in programming, robotics, AI, and machine learning. He’s…

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Will Smith Tearfully Apologizes After Slapping Chris Rock For Making Joke About His Wife

For storming the Oscars’ stage to slap Chris Rock who poked a fun at his significant other Jada Pinkett-Smith, Will Smith has apologized. Will who won Best Actor for his depiction of…

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Electric cars and batteries: how will the world produce enough?

The age of the electric vehicle has arrived. Recently, the US vehicle goliath General Motors declared that it expects to quit selling petroleum controlled and diesel models by 2035. Audi,…

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Nigeria Vs Ghana World Cup Play-Off Gets New Dates

The Confederation of African Football on Monday informed the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) that the Super Eagles will presently take on Ghana’s Black Stars on new dates. Ademola Olajire, NFF’s…

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What Humans Lose When We Let AI Decide

Why you should start worrying about artificial intelligence now. It’s been more than 50 years since HAL, the malevolent computer in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey, first terrified audiences by…

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Six Ways Leaders Can Adapt to the Workplace of 2022

For most companies and managers, responding effectively to the impact of COVID-19 was still the biggest challenge of 2021. Navigating the supply chain crisis, bringing workers back to physical offices…

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Meet The First Ever Miss Nigeria, Grace Oyelude, Who Still Rocks At 86

Grandmother, Grace Atinuke, born November 16, 1931, is known to be the first ever Miss Nigeria, having won the pageant — also the maiden edition — in 1957. Though she…

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Nigeria At The AFCON 2022

The attention of all football lovers is turned to Cameroon for the AFCON. It is no different for Nigeria’s supporters who will follow the matches of the Super Eagles. When…

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