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19 Oct
Cadbury Nigeria Plc, a subsidiary of Mondelez International, has unveiled outstanding participants of the yearly Tech Boot Camp since inception at a media parley held in Lagos last week.
16 Jul 2021
The Senate has indicated that the Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy has established a centre for artificial intelligence and robotics to combat crime and criminality in Nigeria.
30 Aug 2020
Robots are machines that have just one function- collect information and process the information. Their will, if they had any, is to do their users every whim. Have you ever heard of a robot carrying out a personal mission? Well, probably in sci-fi films where Arnold Schwarzenegger plays “The TERMINATOR” but certainly not in real…
3 Sep 2019
Two robots are set to make their pole dancing debut today at the Strip Club Café in Nantes. As technology advances with each passing day, one question that comes to mind is, would machines or robots replace humans? Robots have found home in virtually every sector, especially in the manufacturing and industrial sectors. But would…
21 Mar 2019
Workers under the aegis of the National Union of Food Beverage and Tobacco Employees (NUFBTE), have continued to lament the use of robots in factories, expressing fear that it is now taking over their jobs. They expressed worry that the situation has become a huge challenge for the union, as it has cost them to…
16 Nov 2018
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has raised concern over the growing threat posed to humans by the deployment of robots and artificial intelligence in work places. Osinbajo stated this at the Closing Ceremony of the 50th Anniversary Celebrations and Annual Conference of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) on Friday in Abuja. The vice president…
19 Aug 2018
Robots that can diagnose diseases, play badminton and wow audiences with their musical skills are among the machines China hopes could revolutionise its economy, with visitors to a Beijing exhibition offered a glimpse of an automated future. The popular stars of this year's World Robot Conference, which ends Sunday, were undoubtedly the small, amateur-made "battle…
18 Jul 2018
Along a quiet residential street on the outer edges of Beijing, a yellow and black cube about the size of a small washing machine trundles leisurely to its destination. This "little yellow horse" is an autonomous delivery robot, ferrying daily essentials like drinks, fruit and snacks from the local store to the residents of the…
11 Jul 2017
For instance, JP Morgan’s Contract Intelligence, or COIN, programme, which runs on a machine learning system, helped the bank shorten the time it takes to review loan documents and decrease the number of loan-servicing mistakes.
26 Mar 2017
Although technology has long affected the labor force, recent advances in artificial intelligence and robotics are heightening concerns about automation replacing a growing number of occupations, including highly skilled or "knowledge-based" jobs.
12 Jan 2017
As demand surges, Chinese President Xi Jinping has called on the nation's robot makers to take a larger chunk of the domestic market, currently dominated by foreign players.


28 mins ago
As Nigerians grapple with the multidimensional hardship in daily lives occasioned by the persistent Naira scarcity, financial experts have encouraged them to brace up for more difficult times as the crises might not abate soon.
42 mins ago
There seems to be no respite yet for the poultry industry, as farmers across the country have continued to count their losses due to the impact of the naira redesign policy.
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Recently, when the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) ward executives at Igyorov ward in Gboko Local Government Area of Benue State suspended the party’s national chairman, Dr. Iyorchia Ayu, it followed a predictable pattern: impunity has always defined the party’s leadership methodology.
46 mins ago
Education plays a crucial role in a child’s development, shaping their abilities, attitudes, and behaviors that contribute to society’s overall well being.
46 mins ago
Statutorily, Nigeria is seven years behind in the conduct of its Population and Housing census. Ideally, a census should be conducted every 10 years, but since the last exercise held in 2006, multiple factors have prevented Nigeria from conducting the exercise as at when due.