Review: Electronic Voting Machine To Be Used For Nigeria General Elections
From a report by the Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC), Nigeria spent about ₦122.9 billion to conduct the 2011 general elections that saw Goodluck Ebele Jonathan emerge as president.
In 2015, the cost of the general decision increased to ₦108.8 billion, ₦14.1 billion not as much as the last one. These monies were meant for the procurement of electoral materials.
On paper, doubtlessly some significant cuts were made, and INEC’s house and a budget were at last meeting up. However, realistically, several billions of naira is a great deal to spend on general elections in [...]
Nigerian Oshi Agabi has unveiled a computer based not on silicon but on mice neurons at the TEDGlobal meeting in Tanzania.
The framework has been trained to perceive the smell of explosives and could be utilized to supplant conventional airplane terminal security, he said.
In the end, the modem-sized computer – named Koniku Kore – could give the brain to future robots.
Specialists said that influencing such frameworks to mass market was testing.
Majority of the huge tech firms, from Google to Microsoft, are racing to make computerized reasoning displayed on the human brain.
While computers are superior to anything humans at complex [...]
The Radio have been in existence since the 60s and refuses to fade away in the 21st century despite been written-off more often. The gadget is unbeatable regarding affordability and accessibility as we have seen from time to time some calamities of the modern technologies and communications systems such as the internet or mobile phones and the radio continues to work without any problems.
Even though the radio is certainly not as popular as it once used to be, it is still widely used for communication and broadcast purpose across the globe. Due to the more convenient gadgets such as mobile phones and portable media players, it is not looked at as the first choice for content [...]
No, the phone does not pack in out-of-the-world specifications, and the phone can not take still images of flying aliens in the air. As a matter of fact, the phone has a meagre 4MP sensor front camera and a not-too-fantastic 12MP back shooter but the Vertu Constellation still costs $6000 which would amount to about 1833600 when converted to Nigerian Naira, and 25470 Cedis or 620100 Kenyan Shillings when converted to Ghanaian and Kenyan currency respectively.
Okay, the Vertu Constellation utilises a 140-carat sapphire which must have cost the manufacturers a fortune, but the question is, is that what smartphones have now been reduced to? All blings, no functionality [...]