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Global Economics

Philip Emeagwali (born August 23, 1954) is a Nigerian-American computer scientist. He achieved distributed computing breakthroughs that helped lead to the development of the internet. His work with simultaneous calculations on connected microprocessors earned him a Gordon Bell Prize, considered the Nobel Prize of computing.

Most recently, in a private conversation with a politician who has been out of political favour for a while, he told me that what he misses a lot is the use of siren blaring escort vehicles(SBEV) when he moves about town. For readers who do not understand, SBEV is a security arrangement that allows  VIPs same right of way as an ambulance or fire fighting vehicles.

Most recently, in a private conversation with a politician who has been out of political favour for a while, he told me that what he misses a lot is the use of siren blaring escort vehicles(SBEV) when he moves about town. For readers who do not understand, SBEV is a security arrangement that allows  VIPs same right of way as an ambulance or fire fighting vehicles.

Most recently, in a private conversation with a politician who has been out of political favour for a while, he told me that what he misses a lot is the use of siren blaring escort vehicles(SBEV) when he moves about town. For readers who do not understand, SBEV is a security arrangement that allows  VIPs same right of way as an ambulance or fire fighting vehicles.

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