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19 Oct 2021
To ensure positive socio-economic changes, impact-oriented robotics firm, Kalibotics has disclosed plans to host an AI fest and readies, which will showcase new technologies and its application of Robotics in agriculture, education, security and manufacturing. The firm said it aims to pull Africa from the rare to the fore of this innovation through ‘AI Chessbot’…

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More than 500 Ukrainian localities remained without power Sunday following weeks of Russian airstrikes on the electric grid, an interior ministry official said. "The enemy continues to attack the country's essential infrastructure. Currently, 507 localities in eight regions of our country are cut off from electricity supplies," deputy interior minister Yevgueny Yenin told Ukrainian television.…
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Iran on Sunday put to death four people accused of working with Israel's intelligence service, the judiciary said. "This morning, the sentences of four main members of the gang of mobsters related to the Zionist intelligence service were executed," the judiciary's Mizan Online website reported. Iran carried out the sentences four days after the Islamic…
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