Ghanaian entrepreneur showcases the country’s first customer service robot (video)

  • Ghanaian entrepreneur, Ben Nortey, has showcased what he says is the country’s first innovative customer service robot called Cello
  • Cello has interactive abilities and social skills to serve in human work environments
  • Members of the internet community reacted to the video showing how the social bot works

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A young Ghanaian business owner, Ben Nortey, has showcased what he claims is the country’s first innovative customer service robot called Cello.

The founder and CEO of Mingo Robotics Center revealed that the social robot has interactive abilities and social skills to serve in human work environments.

According to NorteyCello can be deployed as a technical customer service agent to greet, assist and speak to business customers.

Photos of Ghanaian entrepreneur Ben Nortey and social robot Cello. Credit: Ondiro Oganga/Ghana The Center of the World (Facebook)
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In a video uploaded to YouTube by Ondiro Oganga, Nortey mentioned that Cello, with its artificial intelligence (AI), can work in supermarkets and operate effectively in the hospitality industry.

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The clip highlighting the operation of the amazing social robot has won over several Internet users.

YEN.com.gh selected some of the comments below:

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People react to the video

Don Thin commented :

“May God bless our homeland, Ghana, and be great and strong, always back, never. ”

Nat Cobby said:

”So proud to see this happening in Ghana. ”

Shiloh Nyansah commented :

”It’s a great achievement but, honestly, we need to create something that will benefit the masses of society. Ghana is not yet ready for robotics.”

JC asked:

“Was Cello built in Ghana or is it an IMPORTED product? Does Cello only speak English or local languages ​​as well? ”

ESTHER KUMI commented :

“Wow, that’s awesome, my son. ”

African said:

”Customer service in Ghana is so poor, and we are better off with robots.”

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In a similar story, YEN.com.gh previously reported that an 18-year-old boy at a technical high school in Tarkwa in the Western Region built a car that uses fuel from scratch.

In a video posted on YouTube by M48 TV, seen by YEN.com.ghthe teenager revealed that it took him eight months to build the vehicle.

The innovative teenager named the whip Never Give Up because he faced several challenges but overcame them to achieve his goal.

Ghanaian teenager builds solar-powered electric motorcycle

Also, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a talented teenager in Ghana has built a solar-powered electric motorcycle with a wooden frame that has a working bell, breaks, lights and plays music.

The boy’s invention appeared in a video making the rounds on social media.

In the video spotted by YEN.com.gh, the talented teenager confirms that he built the electric motorcycle from scratch while a man visibly stunned by the boy’s invention talked about the components of the motorcycle.

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Source: YEN.com.gh