Samsung rolls a $116-billion dice for chip supremacy
Enter Samsung Electronics, which is planning a decade-long, $116-billion push for their business. The South Korean company is investing heavily in the next step in miniaturising semiconductors, a process called extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUV).
Non-contact warfare will help in gaining advantage over adversary in future: Army chief
Army chief General Bipin Rawat said necessity was no ...
Why 2019 was a good year for startups
The first half of 2019 saw $3.9 billion invested across 292 domestic investment deals, marking an incre...
Now, malls mine customers data to offer better deals
Malls now have tech to help them not only drive sales but also enhance the overall consumer experiences.
Black box problem: Humans can't trust AI, US-based Indian scientist feels lack of transparency is the reason
Trust is a major issue with AI because people are the end-users, says Sambit Bhattacharya.
IIT’s AI course as hot as Rajinikanth movies
Faculty member at IIT-Madras says artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are the two most sought-after courses/electives at IITs these days. The professor says that these two emerging technologies have gained so much interest that IIT-Madras finds itself reinventing the course structure and introducing new aspects.
Cyber space aspects should be made part of syllabus: Former CJI
Cyber space and cyber crime, its control, impact and all other aspects should be made part of school and college syllabi to make students aware of the field, former Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra said on Saturday.
SC proposes to introduce system of artificial intelligence, says CJI
Justice Bobde said that the Indian Constitution is reflective of a fine balance of blending diversity with unity, plurality with stability, pragmatism with idealism, formality with adaptability, liberty with security and all within a framework carefully designed to safeguard the basic freedoms.
Wipro partners with Nasscom to skill students
Through this platform, Wipro will train 10,000 students from more than 20 engineering colleges in India. This is a part of Wipro’s corporate social responsibility programme, TalentNext, which aims to enhance the quality of engineering education by preparing faculty and academic leaders to train students.
IndiaFilings boss says running a business is like riding a Boeing 747
The boss shares how having a commercial pilot license has helped him in life.
Realme X2 with fourth-gen AI engine launched in India at Rs 16,999 onwards
The tech giant also unveiled its first true wireless earphones at Rs 3,999.
Giving tech to wheels: How Technology is transforming the logistics sector
The industry — over 80% of India’s goods travel by road — is estimated to be worth $215 billion by 2020, growing at a Compounded Annual Growth Rate of over 10%, according to the government’s 2017-18 Economic Survey.
TCL to enter AC market in India next month
This comes after the company consolidated its presence in the television market in India having grown sales by 281% this year till now. TCL’s up-coming India plant, built at an outlay of Rs 2470 crore, will be fully operational by the third quarter of 2020, said Chen.
Xiaomi launching disrupting IoT products in India in 2020: Manu Jain
Xiaomi's arch rival, Madhav Sheth-led Realme, has revealed plans to become a tech-lifestyle company in India next year, with introducing a bouquet of IoT products. Others are following suit too. Xiaomi has already shared how its AIoT (AI+IoT) dual strategy is going to shape its product vision.
Use of cloud tech in education can increase productivity, says Prasad Rai, Vice President, Oracle India
Colleges and universities can leverage AI to alleviate many of the technology administrative activities as well as to take over mundane tasks. AI has the potential to deliver a personalized learning path, personalizing the student experience to improve student outcomes with virtual academic advisors and tutors.
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