What will technology jobs look like a decade from now?
Individuals will need to upskill to ensure career longevity even as automation takes over certain jobs. Careers in vogue right now may not even exist a decade later. Blockchain, cryptocurrency, robotics and autonomous vehicles —all emerging technologies — will become mainstream over the next decade, requiring thousands of specialists.
DRDO should rethink, reshape itself to play significant role in 21st century: PM Modi
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DRDO to set up five new labs to prepare Indian armed forces for future high-tech warfare
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Xiaomi to invest $7 billion in 5G, AI and IoT over next 5 years
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp will invest more than 50 billion yuan ($7.18 billion) in artificial intelligence and fifth generation internet technologies over the next five years, as competition in the sector grows.
MEA sets up emerging technologies division
The Ministry of External Affairs announced the setting up of New, Emerging and Strategic Technologies (NEST) division. This will look into the issues pertaining to new and emerging technologies and will help in collaboration with foreign partners in the field of 5G and artificial intelligence which are in line with India’s security goals.
Tuhin Banik catches up on latest AI updates during flights, Punjabi songs calm him down
The Thatware LLP founder utilises air-time to read up on AI.
Quantum Leap: New decade promises miraculous tech innovations
As the internet has helped create virtual worlds and made the life easier, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is ruling in the higher income households with self-driven cars, toys, translators among others. 2020 is likely to be a time when science fiction manifests itself in our homes and roads and skies as viable, everyday technologies.
Quantum leap: It's time to reflect honestly on our motivations for innovation
Technology is beneficial in all sorts of ways but it’s also tearing us apart in ways we are only gradually comprehending. Generationally, we have had the luxury of learning by mistake and course-correcting. However, when mistakes happen at a huge scale, the cost of learning by mistake is enormous on everyone— also futile because the pace of change is so rapid.
With an eye on millennials, cos make their boards 'younger'
The rapidly changing consumer profile is prompting India Inc to appoint relatively young directors who can advise management teams on matters pertaining to cutting edge technology, and how these can be used to reach new-age consumers.
Going forward, partners like IBM will 'keep the lights on': IBM India General Manager
"We believe in a multi –cloud workload and that the world is going to go very strongly on open source and our entire strategy and aligning with Redhat in the recent acquisition that we did was to ensure that the world gets to open source and more importantly enables scalability and faster adoption around enterprise open source using Redhat," said Lingraju.
Tech talent crunch in 2020 likely to go up to 200,000
The profiles in demand include information security analysts, cloud engineers, network analysts, cybersecurity experts, digital transformation consultants, data governance experts, digital marketing specialist, data scientists, blockchain developers and AI specialists.
LG unveils new soundbars with built-in Google Assistant & AI sound calibration
The new soundbars will be launched at CES 2020.
Bitcoin's 90,00,000% rise this decade leaves skeptics aghast
The S&P 500 tripled in that period. An index that tracks world markets has more than doubled.
From retail to robotics, Jeff Bezos is betting big on technology
Amazon, led by a man who is always pulling new rabbits out of his hat, could soon disrupt on a mammoth scale.
Offering interior design through virtual reality
Ahmedabad-based startup, TheRoot’s.in, launched the country’s first interactive virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI)-based system solution that helps home buyers and developers visualize their project design.
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