Kiki-Saggy: FGGC Sagamu Girls Invent AI Robot In Technology Learning Drive


Kiki-Saggy FGGC Sagamu

The Federal Government College (FGGC) Sagamu, Ogun State, secondary school students have launched an artificial intelligence (AI) robot dubbed “Okikiola-Sagamu,” popularly known as Kiki-Saggy.

Ten students and a few staff members worked on the project, which was presented to David Adejo, the Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Education, in Abuja.

The project for the AI robot, Kiki-Saggy, was completed in around seven months, according to the pupils, who were selected from both the senior and junior classrooms.

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According to them, the robot stands at a height of six feet, weighs 60kg, and has a maximum speed of 10km per hour. When asked about the construction phase of the robot, the innovators explained that they were able to harness the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning. They said ‘Okiki-Saggy’ was their first successful trial as there

They also attributed their success to the training from their teachers, especially the school principal, Dr Muyibat Olodo, who also doubled as the head of the robotics team, and Coderina org, a capacity-building organisation that leverages robotics and other emerging technologies to empower young learners and teachers across Africa.

At the unveiling, Olodo emphasised how technology is aiding innovation and paving the way for a brighter future. She added that the futuristic fields are empowering students to unleash their creativity, problem-solving skills, and technological prowess.

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