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Microsoft to equip Ghanaian teacher Owura Kwadwo who teaches ICT without a computer
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Africans rising Microsoft to equip Ghanaian teacher Owura Kwadwo who teaches ICT without a computer

Owura Kwadwo, a teacher from Kumasi, Ghana teaches I.C.T. without computers. In an effort to make his students understand computer lessons, he drew a Microsoft Word format on the chalkboard. Cameroonian entrepreneur Rebecca Enonchong tagged Microsoft on Twitter to assist, and Microsoft has said it will equip Kwadwo with a teaching device.

Sextech – the next sexual frontier or a gauge of society’s chronic loneliness?
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Lifestyle Sextech – the next sexual frontier or a gauge of society’s chronic loneliness?

We all enjoy sex but we don’t really talk about it – one reason that the topic of sextech is so emotionally charged. Artificial intelligence has boldly entered the global (and, more recently, the African) sex market, bringing with it a revolution in robotic sextech designed to provide sexual gratification that is eerily almost human.

Nigerian innovator Oshi Agabi reveals computer which can smell explosives
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Africans rising Nigerian innovator Oshi Agabi reveals computer which can smell explosives

Nigerian innovator Oshiorenoya Agabi is continuing to sail through new heights having recently unveiled a computer chip that can smell explosives. The computer which is based on mice neurons and not silicon could be implanted into the brain of future robots, training them to recognise danger via odours, definitely the next thing in airport security.