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Interactive live maps track Covid-19 cases in real time
Tracking the Covid-19 pandemic in various parts of the world is but a click away with scientists developing live, interactive maps on user-friendly applications to help researchers, public health authorities as well as the general public.
Meet DeepRole: An AI bot which is capable of defeating you in tricky multiplayer online games
As both a teammate and an opponent, DeepRole co...
Microsoft is teaching drones, robots and drills how to think like humans via software
Microsoft last year acquired a company called Bonsai th...
Modi’s goal of a $5 trillion economy by 2025 is at risk
New measures by the government to bolster growth are seen falling short of addressing pain points.
IIIT Delhi students get Rs 16 lakh average salary this year in placements
About 25 students from the graduating batch are going for higher studies to top overseas universities like Georgia Tech.
How was #MeToo movement's impact? Study shows coverage sympathetic, not necessarily empowering
The campaign gained momentum last year and encouraged women to share their stories.
2018: When technology took a quantum leap to future
2018 saw technology take a quantum leap to touch virtually every aspect of our lives, and even beyond it maybe.
PhD placements at IITs looking up
But many companies give PhD recruitments a miss because of lack of specialised roles: IITs
Indian plant seed could bring clean water to millions
The plant - commonly known as the drumstick tree - is cultivated for food and natural oils, and the seeds are already used for a type of rudimentary water purification.
CMMI certification to help NeST group achieve $ 1 billion revenue
CMMI is a process level improvement training and appraisal programme developed by Carnegie Mellon University, USA and administered by the CMMI Institute.
Novel material may lead to self-healing robots
Circuits produced with conductive traces of this material remain fully and continuously operational when severed, punctured, or had material removed.
Feeling lonely? Smartphone-based mindfulness training can motivate you to interact with more people
Acceptance skills training is a critical active ingredient for improving social functioning outcomes.
How data privacy and governance issues have battered Facebook ahead of 2019 polls
Data privacy has battered Facebook. It requires greater scrutiny in India ahead of elections.
Artificial Intelligence-driven machines can be fooled, warn IISc researchers
Machine-learning and AI software are trained with initial sets of data such as images of cats and it learns to identify feline images as more such data are fed.
A hug a day will keep negative emotions and stress away
People who hug enjoy better physical and psychological health, and improved relationships.
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