Passengers allegedly manhandle Air India cabin crew, threaten to break cockpit door on Delhi-Mumbai flight
"One male passenger even said that he will break open the cockpit door if the pilots didn't come out," the official said, adding the situation inside the plane "went from bad to worse". According to the official, a female passenger allegedly even manhandled a cabin crew member, grabbing her arm in order to open the main exit gate quickly.
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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.
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.
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To keep up with these changing demands, it is crucial that the logistics sector be efficient.
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.
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.
From retail to robotics, Jeff Bezos is betting big on technology
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Air India unable to move engine due to Rs 100 crore GST dues
The airline hopes to pay the GST dues on Thursday, along with salary to employees. “We have raised the cash to pay for these things from our ticket sales. Hopefully, we will be able to send the engine to Vadodara once some GST dues are paid on Thursday, and then we raise the e-way bill required for that shipment,” said the official.
Expansion plans push BFSI to reskill staff
As banks and insurance companies promote machine learning- (ML-) and artificial intelligence- (AI-) driven products and services, one cannot overlook the growing demand for sales and marketing as financial institutions plan aggressive expansion in the tier-3 and -4 market, said Robin Bhowmik, chief business officer, Manipal Global Academy of BFSI.
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.
Ahead of Beethoven's 250th birth anniversary, AI adds final notes to incomplete Tenth Symphony
Before his death in 1827, Beethoven had left behind a few scribbled notes in his notebook.
Current patent laws are inadequate for Artificial Intelligence-related Intellectual Property: Report
“Current patent laws treat Artificial Intelligence software inventions as logical algorithms implemented on the computer. While patent eligibility of algorithms is valid, there is little about how to deal with inventions that are heuristic in nature,” the report found.
Top-heavy AI to hire 10 more directors
The recruitments would increase the number of EDs in the airline. “AI already has about 20 EDs, out of which six EDs who retired have been retained. With these new appointments, the number will go up to about 30,” said an official. An ED’s salary is in the range of Rs 2 lakh per month.
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