Trending News and Technology Segment 29th January, 2022 - Life Beyond Certificate

Trending News and Technology Segment 29th January, 2022

Welcome to News Update on trending news and invention segment on life beyond certificates show. First, on an update, a 16-year-old SS3 student named Adewole Koyum has converted his bicycle to a motorbike. Adewole, who was seen close to the Ayoba market inside Lagos State, said he could achieve the feat using a generator engine.

A young man named Chikamso Amalu is currently trending on social media after his Sports Car prototype was seen on the internet. According to Chikamso, who resides in Enugu state. The raw materials used to build the car were crap materials he bought from junkyards and dustbins.

A robot vacuum cleaner failed and made a break for freedom after giving staff the slip at the Travelodge hotel.

The automated cleaner malfunctioned and failed to stop at the hotel’s front door in Orchard Park in Cambridge on Thursday and was still on the loose the following day. However, much to everyone’s relief. The device was found nestled on a ridge on Friday afternoon by human hotel cleaners sprucing up the front dry.

The flying car capable of eating speeds over 160 kilometers an altitude above 8000 Feet has been presented with a certificate of airworthiness by the Slovak Transport Authority. The hybrid car aircraft named Acar is equipped with a BMW engine and runs on regular petrol pump fuel. It takes two minutes and 15 seconds to transform from a car into aircraft.

On Wednesday, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation named four new members to its board of trustees, marking the first outside as added to the charities board in his two-decade history.

Mark Suzman, CEO of the Gates Foundation, wrote that the new appointments would provide additional input, strategic guidance, and fiduciary oversight to the foundation.

On Wednesday, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation named new members to its board of trustees, marking the first outside as added to the charities board in his two-decade.

Mark Suzman, CEO of the Gates Foundation, wrote that the new appointments would provide additional input, strategic guidance, and fiduciary oversight to the foundation.

Facebook has long bet that artificial intelligence can help it with the difficult task of moderating posts from its billions of users. Meta, on Monday, announced its new AI research, RSC (Research Supercluster), a supercomputer meant to be used for artificial intelligence research projects. It will also be used to train an artificial effect research project. That has been the new update for details of these and other trending stories.

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