The Department of Telecom Engineering of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) unveiled an innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI) assistant named ‘Oduraa’ in honor of the late Alberta Oduraa Quartey, a veteran alumna.
This AI assistant, ‘Oduraa’, is a heartfelt tribute to Quartey’s exceptional contributions and dedication to the field. Alberta, who tragically lost her life in an accident, was known for her intellect and served as a teaching assistant at KNUST, leaving a lasting impact on the academic community.
The creation of ‘Oduraa’ symbolically immortalizes Alberta’s legacy as a reminder of her remarkable tenure and willingness to help others.
KNUST Telecom Engineering Department develops AI and names it after an alumna Photo credit: @VOICE_of_KNUST Source: Twitter
Alberta graduated in 2021 with a first class degree in Telecom Engineering and received her PhD in Electoral Engineering from Clemson University before the unfortunate incident on June 22, 2023.
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The unveiling of ‘Oduraa’ is a meaningful gesture to cherish and honor the memory of an esteemed member of the academic community.
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Heartfelt appreciation to the Telecom Engineering department for doing this honor for my child. God bless you all
Oh home people why
May her soul rest in peace
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