Hopeful all countries will come together on AI regulations: Sundar Pichai
"Internet is actually an export product. Even in India, if we talk about YouTube, a video created by an Indian gets audience from across the world. That's the beauty of digital economy" he said. Pichai, also CEO of Alphabet, said he has always been a technology optimist, having experienced firsthand the benefits new technology brought to his own life.
S&P Global opens office in Hyderabad
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Fund managers expect global growth to rise
“Investors are bullish, but not euphoric,” said Michael Hartnett, chief investment strategist at B...
Crude oil futures fall over 1% on global cues
On the MCX, crude oil for February delivery dropped by Rs 48, or 1.15 per cent.
AI needs to be regulated: Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai
Although new regulation is needed, "a cautious approach is required that might not see significant controls placed on AI," Pichai who was last month took over as the CEO of Alphabet, Google's parent company, in an editorial piece in The Financial Times.
Sebi to hire independent agencies to dispose of attached assets
The Securities and Exchange Board of India said bids can be submitted by February 10, 2020.
Zomato-Uber Eats deal to up appetite of global investors
Zomato acquired Uber’s food delivery business in India in an all stock transaction on Tuesday, which gives the ride hailing major a 9.99% ownership in the Gurugram-headquartered company.
Indian SaaS firms eye Japan, Latam to pip global giants
Indian firms are aiming to diversify focus on the Rest-of-the-World markets. The market expansion coincides with a push towards a platform play, creating a common design and engineering base from which products can be developed to meet a quicker time-tomarket paradigm.
Oil falls again as ample global supply seen offsetting Libyan outage
US oil fell 16 cents, or 0.3 per cent, to $58.22 a barrel, having declined 0.3 per cent the day before.
Karvy sets deadline of February 15 to pay clients’ dues
Karvy Stock Broking has set a February 15 deadline to pay all its dues to clients, which includes stocks and funds worth several crores of rupees. With a new man at the helm, it is also going in for a restructuring of its financial services business and there are rumours that this may include sale of assets.
Sundar Pichai says tech can have negative consequences, calls for regulation of AI
The Google CEO's comments come as lawmakers and governments seriously consider putting limits on how AI is used.
GlobalGyan Academy and Future Supply Chain (FSC) join hands for professional skills training of FSC employees
GlobalGyan has trained 200 young engineers and managers of FSC across India, with its ValYou Starter, a digital campus to corporate programme for entry-level professionals. ValYou also allowed FSC to co-create courses exclusively for its employees with customised company content. Involving gamification and interactive lessons, the curriculum provided 50 hours of instruction on professional skills.
SB Energy on track to achieve solar energy target in India: Raman Nanda, CEO, SB Energy Global
The real target for companies with long-term vision to be a global leader would be to build 100 GW. Within the next 10 years, we will see 100 GW companies in renewables or even in just solar. We are prepared to be one of them. India maybe contribute to half of that capacity, said Nanda in the interview with ET.
Crude oil futures slip on subdued global cues
West Texas Intermediate crude oil traded 0.58 per cent lower at $58.20 per barrel.
Tata Motors' Tiago, Tigor score 4-star in crash test: Global NCAP
Vehicle safety group said it tested Tigor model as Tiago and Tigor are the same car in the front and passenger compartment. Tigor/Tiago offers two frontal airbags as standard. Its structure and footwell area have been rated as unstable. Head and neck protection for adult occupants was good, it added.
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