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Music Miracles The Word At Tradefair Complex by 8pm on the 27th March 2020 #NOBSL #CELagosZone2 #NOBSLWithPastorEmekaEze #NOBSL2020

SUNDAY SERVICE WITH ESTEEMED PASTOR AMAECHI UDEAKU @ CE RUMUODARA CHURCH Teaching: ¶ He owns everything, He doesn't need anything. Even in tithe, He said "you've robbed me..." of the opportunity to bless you. ¶ There is the general blessings of God, plants and animals have it. ¶ Don't chase effect, chase the cause! ¶ The material prosperity is a product of an excellent mind. This blessing is intelligent. ¶ Your prosperity is a sign to the unbelievers. ¶ Its a show of lack of understanding of the blessing when you steal. No, you don't need to steal! #cephzone1 #MonthofMinistry

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NIGERIA:Where we are now and what is expected in the future. WATCH THIS!!! #innovate #inspire #ideate

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PERSISTENCE: key to achieving more, even when others have given up. Please kindly watch till the end... there is so much to learn in this video. See you at the comment space. #innovate #inspire #ideate

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Do you know? There are different stylish ways to tie your shoe lace to look smart. Learn more from this video...let us know if its helpful to you. #innovate #inspire #ideate

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ELECTRIC CAR IN NIGERIA Watch as SENATOR BEN BRUCE DRIVES HIS ELECTRIC CAR, seeking for the approval of the senate for the benefit of all Nigerians. Kindly share your thoughts and share with friends. #innovate #inspire #ideate.

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Celebrating Precious Pastor Biola! Happy Birthday PB Wonder! Ever joyful, full of faith, resourceful and a team player Thank you for being a special 10-in-1 blessing and a son of consolation! Its grace upon grace, increase and favour for you! God bless u more and more! I ❤U

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Flourishing Senior Cell 3 celz5 are kinging A day of Glory was a reality 🙌🙌 #celz5 #christembassylekki #flourishingseniorcell3 #soulwinning

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LANGUAGE TRANSLATION MADE EASY!!! GUESS HOW??? This AI wearable can translate your speech into more 20 different languages. See how it works in this video. Like, share and comment. Credit: Mashable #innovate #inspire #ideate

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Celebrating Our Dear Sis Amaka Mordi; The Coordinator Of The Haven Millennials. Happy Birthday!! We love and appreciate you. From all of us in The Haven Nation

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FIVE (5) THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT JELANI ALIYU: The Nigerian award winning car designer. You will be surprised at number 4. You have probably heard about the appointment of Mr. Jelani Aliyu as the Director-General of Nigerian Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC). You may also have heard that the new boss is a world renowned genius who designed the Chevy Volt. The car has been described as an “American revolution and one of the hottest concept in the design line.” Although you may be aware of these facts, here are some things you probably don’t know about this 51-year old intellectual. 1 .As a child, his interest in drawing was fueled by films such as Planet of the Apes and comic books such as Beano, Whizzer&Chips and Commando. He graduated from Federal Government College Sokoto in 1983 as the best student in Technical Drawing. 2. He first got an admission into Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria to study Architecture, but he soon dropped out and registered at the Birnin Kebbi Polytechnic, where he earned a degree in Architecture and was awarded the best all round student. 3. He later studied Automobile Design at the College for Creative Studies, Detroit. 4. Upon his graduation, he was employed by General Motors and they did not ask for his credentials. According to him, they were more interested in the design presentations that he made. 5. He loves Ferraris. Because of this love, he almost went to Italy to study car design. However, his reluctance to learn Italian stopped him from that pursuit. #innovate #inspire #ideate

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EXTRAORDINARY SAW: This saw will save your fingers. Be the first to see how it works. Kindly like, comment and share. #innovate #inspire #ideate

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360° HELMET: it displays navigation and weather information. This bike helmet is much safer than a standard helmet. The rider is able to see a rear view whilst riding. Credit: @paula_Piccard, Cross Helmet, GI helmet. #innovate #inspire #ideate

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SMART FARMING Smart Farming represents the application of modern Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) into  agriculture, leading to what can be called a Third Green Revolution. Following the plant breeding and genetics revolutions, this Third Green Revolution is taking over the agricultural world based upon the combined application of ICT solutions such as precision equipment, the Internet of Things (IoT), sensors and actuators, geo-positioning systems, Big Data, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs, drones), robotics, etc. Smart Farming has a real potential to deliver a more productive and sustainable agricultural production, based on a more precise and resource-efficient approach. However, while in the USA possibly up to 80% of farmers use some kind of SFT, in Europe it is no more than 24%. From the farmer’s point of view, Smart Farming should provide the farmer with added value in the form of better decision making or more efficient exploitation operations and management. In this sense, smart farming is strongly related, to three interconnected technology fields addressed by Smart AKIS Network: Management Information Systems:Planned systems for collecting, processing, storing, and disseminating data in the form needed to carry out a farm’s operations and functions.Precision Agriculture: Management of spatial and temporal variability to improve economic returns following the use of inputs and reduce environmental impact. It includes Decision Support Systems (DSS) for whole farm management with the goal of optimizing returns on inputs while preserving resources, enabled by the widespread use of GPS, GNSS, aerial images by drones and the latest generation of hyperspectral images provided by Sentinel satellites, allowing the creation of maps of the spatial variability of as many variables as can be measured (e.g. crop yield, terrain features/topography, organic matter content, moisture levels, nitrogen levels, etc).Agricultural automation and robotics:The process of applying robotics, automatic control and artificial intelligence techniques at all levels of agricultural production, including farmbots and farmdrones. Smart Farming applications do not target only large, conventional farming exploitations, but could also be new levers to boost other common or growing trends in agricultural exploitations, such as family farming (small or complex spaces, specific cultures and/or cattle, preservation of high quality or particular varieties,…), organic farming, and enhance a very respected and transparent farming according to European consumer, society and market consciousness. Smart Farming can also provide great benefits in terms of environmental issues, for example, through more efficient use of water, or optimisation of treatments and inputs. #innovate #inspire #ideate

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STOP! KEEPING YOUR PHONES IN THESE FIVE(5) PLACES IS DANGEROUS. Keeping your phone in your pocket seems like the smart and logical thing to do but you may actually be doing more harm than good to yourself. There are a number of places that are dangerous for you to store your phone. When cell phones are on, connected to a wireless network, and placed in a pocket, the radiation is two to seven times higher than if it were placed in a purse or holster. There is a link between radiation from a cell phone and tumour growth. Radiation can change the structure of DNA and affect male fertility too. The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer also found that cell phone radiation is additionally carcinogenic to humans. Merely sitting on your phone could cause health issues such as sciatica or other back problems as well. 1.Close to Your Face Keeping your phone close to your face may transfer bacteria to and from your phone, creating an environment for bacteria to thrive on your skin and phone dirtier. This combination leads to more acne, skin irritation, and even wrinkles. Try using ear pods instead to keep the surface of your phone at a distance from your face. 2.In Your Car’s Glove Compartment Extreme temperatures are the worst conditions for your phone. Keeping your device in your glove compartment during the extremely hot or cold months of the year could lead to problems. Excess heat can cause everything from data corruption to loss or battery leakage. The cold weather presents just as many issues for your device. In cold temperatures, many smartphones shut off, have display problems, shortened battery life, and in rare cases screen shattering. 3.In Your Bra Some research and case studies show that keeping your phone in your bra could actually cause breast cancer due to the radiations and vibrations from the phone. That said, there is not enough evidence to establish a definite relationship between the two. Still, keeping your phone in your bra, especially a sports bra, is a bad idea due to the skin-irritating bacteria it could harbour. 4. In Your Bed Sleeping in bed with your cell phone is a bad idea for a few reasons. First, keeping your phone under your pillow could build up heat and present a potential fire hazard, especially if your phone is charging or has a defect. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the LED light from phone screens can disrupt melatonin production and circadian rhythms, hurting your sleep quality. And, of course, there’s also radiation to consider as well. The amounts of radiofrequency radiation cell phones give off are the same ones that comes from microwaves. The American Cancer Society has mentioned that there is a growing concern about the safety of cell phone use with respect to cancer and brain tumours. 5. Plugged in Keeping your phone plugged in when the battery is charged full can cause damage to the battery itself. It’s not that your phone “overloads” with power, but heat buildup, from stacking things on top of your phone or keeping it under your pillow, makes your phone hotter and may even damage the phone. #innovate #inspire #ideate

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FYI: Get ready for a Face scan on leaving the US because 1.2% of visitors overstayed their visas According to food writer MacKenzie Fegan, she was asked to undergo a facial scan at a computer terminal at the departure gate just before boarding her JetBlue flight, rather than have a flight attendant scan and check her boarding pass. Given the current debate over AI-based facial recognition and privacy, this made her nervous and she went on social media to discuss it. JetBlue's Twitter reps replied that the facial scan wasn't mandatory, and she should have been able to opt out. They then explained that her picture was matched against a photo database maintained by the US Customs and Border Patrol, to verify her identity and that she was listed as a passenger on the flight. The airline explained: Er, that sounds somewhat dodgy from a privacy perspective? Many would agree, not least the Electronic Frontier Foundation: But as JetBlue has pointed out, the facial scanning is not new. It even put out a press release about the practice. The airline started trialing such systems in 2017 and officially began operating the technology at New York's JFK airport last November. So what's this about – cost savings, crime, Big Brother? Possibly a little of all three. First off, JetBlue says it will provide a more seamless travel experience – meaning there's none of that pesky eye-contact and handing over of boarding passes fliers have to endure. The facial recognition system is designed to speed up the boarding process and, in turn, free up JetBlue staff for other duties rather than scanning passes at the gate. But there's a bigger picture here, and it turns out JetBlue is merely getting into facial recognition early. Every other airline operating in the US will also be introducing the facial recognition technology in an effort to combat illegal immigration under a program called Biometric Exit. In a memo [PDF] issued last week, US Homeland Security gushed about the effectiveness of Biometric Exit, saying that the pilot program in 15 airports had already identified and made note of 7,000 visitors who had overstayed their US visas as they flew out of the States – ensuring they'll most probably never be allowed into America again – and promising to roll it out over all airports by 2023. In other words, travelers will just have to get used to it: if you overstay your visa, or right to be in the country, you'll be identified on the way out, a black mark put on your record, and unlikely to be allowed in again. Is this like a build the wall thing, only for airports? Not really, this is more about identifying people who entered the US legally in the first place, rather than stopping folks sneaking across the Rio Grande. The majority of immigrants unlawfully in the US are people who came here on a legit visa, be it tourist, work or student, and didn't leave when they were supposed to. According to Homeland Security, students are the biggest culprits for this (looking at you, Apu) and it estimates that more than half of student visa holders from Chad and Eritrea overstay their visa time limit in 2018. Taking into account the different types of visas, Homeland Security estimates that, overall, around 1.22 per cent of overseas visitors (that's 666,582 people) outstayed their welcome in the Land of the Free™ last year. Biometric Exit is designed to clock those folks just as they are about to board a plane out of America. The Biometric Exit scheme, from what we can tell, compares photographs of visitors exiting with photos of people when they arrived: if there's a match, visa records are checked, and those who overstayed have their files updated. It's designed to replace the current system where Customs and Border Patrol agents match passenger manifests to lists of overstayers. So, if you've done nothing wrong, you have nothing to fear? Well, that's always been a rather facile argument. Who knows what this administration, or the next one, or one in the future, will use this technology for. The fact of the matter is facial recognition systems are still in their infancy, and suffer some serious problems. The datasets used to train such neural networks are sometimes of poor quality, and the algorithms may not be all that accurate, particularly when it comes to people of color. False positives are part and parcel of advanced computer systems like this, and that's going to be little comfort to someone who is misidentified at boarding time. There are also concern that the information being collected could be used by other federal agencies for almost any purpose, since at the moment there is very little in the way of case law and regulations restricting government use of facial recognition. One potential privacy benefit is that the airlines themselves don't act as guardians of your facial data, nor can they use it directly – as far as we know, at least. It's all held in Uncle Sam's databases, which is supposed to be reassuring? Seeing as the US government hasn't protected its most critical data in the past, don't get too comfortable. ® #innovate #inspire #ideate

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