Nigerian Creates Computer that Detects Explosives and Cancer Cells

On Sunday, at the TED Global conference in Tanzania, Oshiorenoya Agabi, revealed that he has created a device that can detect the smell of explosives and cancer cells.

The young Nigerian founder and CEO of Koniku Inc. a wetware company based in Silicon Valley stated that the device will improve security all over the world. The device, called Koniku Kore, is a sensory system formed from living neutrons and silicon. This enables the device operate as a ‘brain’, sourcing out cancer cells through biological markers in the air molecules given off by a person and the smell of explosives .

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