Elon Musk expands into Europe building Giant Factory in Germany

Tesla CEO Elon Musk made it official on Tuesday -- the electric car company plans to build a ‘Gigafactory,’ and engineering and design center in Berlin, Germany. The facility would be Tesla’s fourth, following the first Gigafactory battery plant in Nevada, near Reno; a factory that makes charging equipment and power electronics in Buffalo, New[...]

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Unbelievable new replacement for Phones

Most of the biggest names in Big Tech are racing to create smart glasses that we wear everywhere and that may replace our phones. Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Snap, Facebook Apple, Magic Leap and others are all working on some form of smart glasses or headset that will change how we view the world around us.[...]

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Lenovo amongst the Companies benefiting from the rise in Demand for Personal Computers

Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group reported a 20% year-on-year jump in second-quarter profit on Thursday, slightly beating analysts’ estimates, on the back of strengthening demand for its products. Lenovo’s net profit in the quarter ended September rose to $202 million, compared with an average estimate of $199.59 million by eight analysts, according to Refinitiv[...]

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Things to expect at the closest Apple Launch

Apple chief executive officer Tim Cook will take the stage in Cupertino, California on Tuesday to unveil the latest iPhones. This is the company’s most important day of the year. The smartphone makes up almost half of Apple’s sales and new models juice other sources of revenue. There will be three new models: “Pro” upgrades[...]

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Tech Giants seek rules and regulations for Facial Recognition Technology

It almost comes naturally to many smartphone users today. You can just take out your iPhone — or Android equivalent — and hold it up to your face to unlock the device. But the technology behind that has become increasingly controversial of late, with business executives and regulators alike calling for oversight. Microsoft CEO Satya[...]

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University of Ibadan Students win Artificial Intelligence Competition

Five students from the University of Ibadan have won N1 million at the Professor Ayodele Awojobi Design Competition (PAADC) for a solution that leverages robotics and Articificial Intelligence (AI) to solve societal problems. Hive, an Andela-like students-led learning community that builds robots to solve Nigeria’s social problems while teaching relevant industrial skills won the keenly[...]

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Predictions from the Greatest Visionaries of out time that have Happened!

Silicon Valley tech moguls Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Jeff Bezos made predictions before the new millennium that are still coming true today. Steve Jobs Jobs predicted that we would carry around "slates" with "agents" basically, iPhones with Siri. Prediction (1984): "The next stage is going to be computers as 'agents,'" Jobs told Newsweek's Access[...]

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Artificial intelligence reaches new heights as Amazon Facial Recognition Software begins Identifying “Fear”.

Amazon said this week its facial recognition software can detect a person’s fear. Rekognition is one of many Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud services available for developers. It can be used for facial analysis or sentiment analysis, which identifies different expressions and predicts emotions from images of people’s faces. The service uses artificial intelligence to[...]

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Top list of African scientists for Next Einstein Forum Fellow in Nigeria

Nigeria is leading other African scientists in this year’s Third Class of the Next Einstein Forum (NEF) Fellows. Out of 25 strong African scientists selected across 30 countries, six Nigerians emerged as members of the NEF Third Class Fellows. They are Dr. Ademola Adenle, Dr. Daniel Akinyele, Dr. Obidimma Ezezika, Dr. Blesssing Mbabie, Dr. Ebele[...]

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Top Billionaires and their Shows of Modesty!

Some of the world's most successful tech moguls have a fairly modest taste when it comes to picking cars to drive. In fact, the world's richest man, the CEO and founder of Amazon - Jeff Bezos - was seen driving a Honda Accord as recently as 2013. With this in mind, we decided to find[...]

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Start Ups: Hong Kong startup has just Revolutionised Educational Tutoring!

When on-demand education app Snapask emerged on the scene in 2015, it was quickly dubbed the “Uber”for tutoring. “I guess people relate us because we provide the same kind of convenience for users,” founder and CEO Timothy Yu said of the characterization. The Hong Kong company was then just a young start-up, serving 100,000 students.[...]

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