A professor of environment, Christian Madu, has reiterated the need to prevent escalation of greenhouse gases emissions in the wake of rising cost of cooking gas in Nigeria.
Mr Madu said “it is very important to protect the gains that have been achieved towards zero emission of greenhouse gases in the Read More
In a bid to strategically reposition itself for effective regulatory functions with the commencement of
African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), has unveiled 37 industrial standards to boost export trade.
The Director General of SON, Mr Malam Farouk Salim, disclosed this during a visit by the Read More
Everything about the internet of things, IoT is about the ease of doing things
Experts in the technology profession are saying that the easy will transform to economic boost if countries like Nigeria could take advantage of it on all aspects of economic management.
IoT is a network of electronic devices that Read More
Telco giant MTN Nigeria Communications Plc (MTNN) posted revenue in excess of N1.2 trillion for the period from January to September on the back of Nigerians’ fast-increasing demand for data, according to the unaudited financial statement of the company
That implies MTNN has reached a milestone that makes it the first Read More
According to research by climate think tank TransitionZero, the world will need to shut down almost 3,000 coal units by the end of the decade if it is to have any chance of retaining temperature rises to within 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.
The report was published just days ahead of world Read More
Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba State has disclosed that there is no access road to the project site of the 3050 megawatts Mambilla Hydroelectric Power Dam.
The governor said the site can only be accessed using an helicopter.
Ishaku spoke at the instance of the Management and Board members of the North-East Read More
Buildings that own and run themselves: this idea, from the think-tank Dezentrum, was put into action for the first time at ETH Zurich in the form of a prototype. The result is a meditation cabin that shakes up the usual economic and social expectations.
The outward appearance of the small, prism-shaped Read More
If you don't get seasick, an autonomous boat might be the right mode of transportation for you.
Scientists from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and the Senseable City Laboratory, together with Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS Institute) in the Netherlands, have now created the final project Read More
It is a notorious fact that the epileptic nature of power supply makes Nigeria one of the harshest environments to do business, and this renders the country less competitive. The implications are there for all to see. In the face of fitful electricity supply, individuals, and businesses resort to self-help Read More
A certain type of artificial intelligence agent (neural networks) can learn the cause-and-effect basis of a navigation task during training.
Neural networks can learn to solve all sorts of problems, from identifying cats in photographs to steering a self-driving car. But whether these powerful, pattern-recognizing algorithms actually understand the tasks they Read More