- A video of an Android-controlled water closet is fast gaining prominence on social media
- The plush looking place of convenience is believed to function automatically
- It has the ability to function on its own and limits human touch
A video of the world's first AI water closet has caused a lot of surprises online and has erupted debate all over social media.
The video of the water closet which appeared to be in an apartment, in a high-rise building had gained a lot of attention.
As at the time the video in our possession was being taken, it appeared the water closet had been put on an exhibition or better still, had been turned into a tourist attraction site.
Some people had gathered around the plush restroom just to witness how the high-tech toilet facility work.
Two men who appeared to be on the same mission were heard in the video discussion about the functions of the water closet as they admired it.
The water closet also lived up to the hype as it sensed the presence of people in the private space and started interacting with them
The whole bowl was covered but either with a sensor or touch of a button, the cover of the water closet flung open.
Following that fascinating move, the other cover of the water closet also started going up probably in a bid to show how it works.
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian by name Abraham Allotey, is in dire need of financial assistance to undergo an urgent surgery after he was diagnosed with a brain condition known as Brain Aneurysm.
Abraham, according to preliminary tests would need to seek immediate medical attention to be able to get back on his feet following the diagnosis which has caused a standstill in his life.
He has been diagnosed with a brain tumor and is dying but there is a glimmer of hope if his family act as soon as possible.
Per the doctor’s recommendation, an urgent brain surgery needs to be carried out within the next few days and it is believed to cost some $16,000 or the cedi equivalent of almost GHC100,000.
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