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Monthly Archives: November 2022

Power shifts in knowledge economy

Power shifts in knowledge economy A smart factory implements the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), 3D printing, and advanced robotics to transform the manufacturing process, value chains and business models. By SAYEED AHMED   Of the world’s 114 smartest factories that deploy cutting-edge Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) technologies, […]

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ANALYSIS: How flooding may affect Nigeria’s 2023 elections

ANALYSIS: How flooding may affect Nigeria’s 2023 elections The recent spate of flooding has left Nigeria counting losses since early October, as over 2.5 million people are affected.    By Dengiyefa Angalapu In what is fast becoming an annual occurrence, many parts of Nigeria have experienced flooding and the correlating loss […]

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All at Once Mainstream Pundits Push for WW III

All at Once Mainstream Pundits Push for WW III Caitlin Johnstone says it should disturb everyone in the nuclear age that writers at influential publications frame the rise of a multipolar world as something that must inevitably bring on unspeakable violence and human suffering. By Caitlin JohnstoneCaitlinJohnstone.com Listen to a […]

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Nigeria floods: 4 ways they affect food security

Nigeria floods: 4 ways they affect food security Adaku Jane Echendu, Queen’s University, Ontario Food insecurity is a serious, growing problem in Nigeria. It was reported that 7 out of 10 Nigerians did not have enough to eat in 2021. This is worsened by annual flooding. Towards the end of September […]

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