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5 Mistakes Singles Should Avoid

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In our everyday life, most singles do certain mistakes that prolong the change in their relationship status.

Well, in a recent sermon by a Ghanaian cleric, Rev. Enoch Paul-Hayes, he perfectly outlined five important mistakes singles have to avoid.

He gave this advice as he spoke passionately to his congregation. He mentioned the five mistakes to be;

1. Avoid using money to count success
2. Avoid judging beauty by appearance or feature instead of character
3. Avoid using intercourse as a specialized area
4. Avoid being a robot to potential partners
5. Avoid being fake

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Woman Goes Viral For Saying She Can’t Date Or Marry A Man Who Doesn’t Have A Mansion In Lekki Or Banana Island

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A Twitter user has gone viral after tweeting that she cannot date or marry a man who doesn’t have a mansion in Lekki or Banana Island.

The user, who regularly shares incredulous tweets to gain attention, got the attention of Twitter users this time after she shared another such tweet.

She shared a poorly photoshopped image of herself and captioned it, “I can’t Date or Marry a man that does not have a mansion in Lekki or Banana Island. I am too classy to settle for less.”

Woman goes viral for saying she can

Twitter users reacted by calling her out and debating her claim that she’s classy.

Woman goes viral for saying she can

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Technology: Webb Fontaine Announces Important Investments To Open An Artificial Intelligence R&D Centre In Africa

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Webb Fontaine has announced crucial investments into Africa with plans to open an Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Centre on the continent. The move aims to answer to an important demand by Governments globally, to implement an AI-powered solution for Trade.

The R&D Centre was announced by Webb Fontaine founder and Trade Technology Innovator, Jean Gulbenk Gurunlian, during the inaugural Bloomberg Invest Africa online event held this week.

“There is talent in Africa, particularly in technology innovation, but we need more. Webb Fontaine is testament to this with several African led and staffed offices across the region. We are witnessing an age of tremendous advancement across the African continent whereby a wave of digital transformation, new ideas and ways of working are transforming the Trade and Customs landscape.

Webb Fontaine’s new R&D Centre will contribute to this by growing and nurturing fresh local talent, of which there is no shortage in the region, and supporting local governments to drive economic growth powered by the latest innovations and technology. Africa’s top talent will not only develop solutions to benefit the African continent but will build AI applications to be used across the world, contributing to Webb Fontaine’s global mission.”

Since its foundation, Webb Fontaine has strived to evolve the Trade and Customs industry and support governments to improve, facilitate and streamline their processes. The new Centre will be home to large AI engineering teams developing Webb Fontaine’s next-generation AI and machine learning capabilities. Webb Fontaine currently has 5 industry-leading R&D centres across the world.

About Webb Fontaine:
Webb Fontaine is an AI company re-shaping the future of Trade. Trusted by governments globally, Webb Fontaine provides industry-wide solutions to accelerate trade development and modernization. The company uses unique technology including Artificial Intelligence to enable countries to emerge as leaders in the future of trade.

Knowledge transfer is at the core of Webb Fontaine; comprising a team of experts who work across the world, empowering local communities and governments.

As an industry leader with the largest R&D centres in the industry, Webb Fontaine is constantly developing international trade practices connecting countries, borders and people.

For more information visit www.WebbFontaine.com.

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Technology: Vertiv Data Center Cooling Innovation Forum

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What: Vertiv Data Center Cooling Innovation Forum

When: Thursday, December 10th, 2020

Time: 13:00 to 16:00 GMT

Details: You are invited to virtually join Vertiv’s next live event streaming from the Vertiv Customer Experience Center near Padua, Italy, to learn more about the latest innovations in data center cooling and thermal management. The event is part of DCD’s Tech Innovation Days and includes a market trend presentation from industry analyst Omdia, as well as a deep-dive panel discussion looking at the development of new technologies to meet growing scale and demand.

Speakers include:

Giordano Albertazzi, EMEA president, Vertiv

Peter Lambrecht, VP sales key accounts EMEA, Vertiv

Lucas Beran, principal analyst, Omdia

How to Join: Register for free at this link

Agenda: 13:00 – 14:00 – Keynote panel: The evolution of data center cooling: Meeting future demand reliably

This panel explores evolving customer requirements and how Vertiv effectively deals with complex thermal management challenges. The session also includes a market trend presentation from an industry analyst at Omdia, Lucas Beran, who will share the latest insights on market trends, and the main challenges in facing ever-increasing scale and higher-density workloads.

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14:00 – 15:00 – Product Innovation Showcase from the Vertiv Customer Experience Center

Experience a new range of product innovations with unique augmented reality demonstrations and deep-dive explanations with Vertiv’s product managers.

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15:00 – 16:00 – Interactive Roundtable

Join the debate with Vertiv experts from across the data center ecosystem to discuss some of the challenges as you see them and ensure you get any key questions answered from the experts themselves.

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Interviews: If you are interested in talking to any of the speakers, please do contact APO Group on the contact below, and we will endeavor to accommodate your interview request.

More: http://Vertiv.com

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