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Identifying AI ‘blind spots’ for Self-driving cars, robots

A novel model developed by MIT and Microsoft researchers identifies instances in which autonomous...

Underwater Turbines to Supply Energy in the Coastal Region

INTRODUCTION According to a study done by USAID in early 2018 Kenya’s total installed capacity...

Mombasa Declaration on Harvesting Blue Economy for Accelerated Economic Growth

5th UNESCO Africa Engineering Week (AEW), 3rd Africa Engineering Conference (AEC) 2018 & 25th...

Clean compressed air; Only the best quality goes into the bottle

At the Christinen-Brunnen mineral water plant in Bielefeld, two dry-compression rotary screw compressors combined...

‘How to be a trainer for engineers’ ~ Prof. Paul Wainaina,...

What’s your vision for Kenyatta University generally, but particularly for the School of engineering...

The role of private sector participation in Sub-Saharan Africa’s energy sector

There is a strong correlation between electricity consumption and economic growth. However, electricity inaccessibility...

Complete Lifecycle Efficiency

What was once simply a dream is now becoming reality: new products and services...

Championing Local Engineering – An Interview with Eng J. M. Matu

Eng. Matu is a registered Consulting Engineer and the serving Chairman of the Association...

Dry-running compressor with rotation dryer; A Perfect Partnership

Some applications and environmental conditions impose particularly stringent requirements on the quality and production...

Future-Capable Networking; Powerful and efficient today and into the future

For industrial applications in the chemical industry, implementation of machine-to-machine communication and Industry 4.0...

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