Art of Technology: Tech should create consumer-centric products – Ayotunde Coker
10 December 2019 | 11:36 am
Digital experts in Lagos are advocating the adoption of consumer-centric innovation beyond the creation of apps. At the Art of Technology in Lagos, Managing Director of Rack Centre, Ayotunde Coker spoke to CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole for more.
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What is the problem with 5G? A little over a week before France is due to deliver licenses, as newly-elected left and Green Party mayors lead the call for a moratorium, France's President telling a French tech conference that he is a fan of next generation 5G. We listen to Emmanuel Macron's dig against Amish technology. And so, putting Puritan sects and COVID conspiracies aside. Is there a health or environment risk linked to what has been billed as an acceleration to warp speed for wireless mobile networks?
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In France, the arrival of 5G technology is imminent: phone network providers hope to begin 5G operations by the end of the year. Together they have spent more than €2 billion purchasing the required frequencies. While the transition to a 5G world is expected to revolutionise various parts of the economy, including the industry and health sectors, there are also fears about its rollout. Many NGOs are warning of health and environmental risks. FRANCE 24's Catherine Norris-Trent, Hanane Saïdani and Wassim Cornet report.
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As France prepares to hold a ceremony honouring slain history teacher Samuel Paty, papers focus on the struggle teachers face in addressing Islamist extremism. We also look at Canada's "lobster war" between commercial and indigenous fishermen, plus reports that artificial intelligence is being used to create fake nude photos of thousands of everyday women. And in a rare show of US bipartisan camaraderie, rival candidates running for governor of Utah release a joint campaign ad calling for "civility".
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NUC approves Science And Technology University for Kogi State
18 Nov 2020
FG urges investors to utilise digital technology to solve local, global challenges
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Dangote refinery targets research, technology to boost job creation
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Leaked police data showed thousands of Uighur people were arbitrarily selected for arrest via a computer program, a Human Rights Watch report has found.
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Customs vows to leverage on technology for revenue generation
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A report that German submarines are navigating the globe with Russian hardware has sparked security concerns. The newspaper Bild claims that the equipment is "open" to cyber sabotage and even "full loss of operability."
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Ikenna Nzewi, Co-founder of Releaf speaks to GuardianTV on how Releaf is currently industrializing food using technology to accelerate agriculture in Nigeria and Africa.
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Art collectors and musicians have been advised to take advantage of technology in making and selling a non-fungible token, NFT.
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