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Ai for identifying Baby cry


The South African telecommunications company Telkom has filed a lawsuit against President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa for ordering the Special Investigative Unit (SIU) to open a probe into the company.

The study aims to identify instances of poor management and spending that did not result in a profit, particularly concerning the acquisition of Nigeria’s Multi-Links in 2006.

However, Telkom will not take this lying down, and the company has demanded that the probe be terminated. However, Oluwanifemi believes that because it is a family matter, we should drop it; however, before we do so, I would like to give you the gist.

Moving on from the family dispute in South Africa, we will discuss the issues surrounding Nigeria’s currency exchange. Standard Chartered Bank, a British multinational bank, recently announced that it would be discontinuing the ability of its naira cards to be used for foreign transactions.

With Ubenwa’s $2.5 million funding, we thought it would be a good idea to end the episode in a more upbeat and encouraging tone. The business is looking at utilizing AI to interpret what a baby’s cries signify.




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