Quantum computing : Solving problems beyond the power of classical computing
“But many of the world’s biggest mysteries and potentially greatest opportunities remain beyond the grasp of classical computers,” says Stefan Filipp, quantum scientist at IBM Research. “To continue the pace of progress, we need to augment the classical approach with a new platform, one that follows its own set of rules. That is quantum computing.”
Tidel Park in Chennai's Pattabiram to have ‘hanging garden’
Software professionals who work in the upcoming Tidel Park at Pattabiram may rela...
Akshay Kumar expresses grief over Kushal Punjabi's suicide, urges people suffering from depression to 'fight it out' and 'face the problem'
Facing much flak, UP Police seeks Consultant to identify its core problems, seek citizen feedback
The UP Police has been under attack for a number of horrific crimes reported against women as well as handling of the recent CAA-NRC protests in the state last week that left over 20 people dead. On December 21, UP Police invited Expression of Interest (EOIs) for the association of a Knowledge Partner in what has been termed as ‘Uttar Pradesh Police Change Management Program,’ as per a document accessed by ET.
Economy faces liquidity problem, demand recession: Assocham president Niranjan Hiranandani
There is a demand recession, and to overcome it industry needs a one-time rollover of banking credit, he said.
Quantum Leap: As the problem of plastic waste worsens, environment-friendly packaging technologies will gain traction
The other big task is finding sustainable alternatives to singleuse, multi-layer packaging used for chips, biscuits, etc, which is among the hardest to recycle. Tipa, headquartered in Hod Hasharon, Israel, has developed fully compostable flexible packaging for food and fashion.
Congress manifested immigrant problem, BJP forced to shoulder burden: Assam Finance Minister
Assam finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said the state was bearing the burden of Congress’ sin in allowing people to illegally enter India. “From 1972 to 2014, who was in power; it was the Congress? So, this problem is manifested by the Congress.”
What Arvind Subramanian meant when he talked of India's Four Balance Sheet challenge
Subramanian discussed the twin balance sheet challenge in great detail in the Economic Survey of 2016-17.
View: Economic growth not just Centre's problem, time for CMs to take control
Legalities aside, chief ministers know ground realities much better than the Union government.
'Airpocalypse' on the rise: 10 ways India tried to beat its air pollution problem in 2019
Large swathes of north India are covered under a thick blanket of toxic air at the onset of winter.
How India can fix its debt problem
An alternative investment fund (AIF) for our finance industry will at least rekindle sentiments.
Airlines’ excess capacity problem to increase in 2020
International Air Transport Association (IATA) chief economist Brian Pearce said that the problem of capacity is set increase in calendar year 2020. While lower fares have made flying affordable in India, airlines have started to complain about excess capacity in the market that is leading to lower fares for passengers, impacting the bottom line of airlines.
Govt talking to 25 large corporates in bid to resolve problems, boost investment
The consultations began a few weeks ago and come at a time when the govt is trying to boost investment and spur economic activity. While capacity constraints are often cited as the reason holding back investments, officials said, in a number of cases investments that have already been announced have not taken off due to delays in clearances.
CAA protest: Violence is not solution to any problem, says VP Naidu
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu attended the National Safety Awards (Mines), organised by the Director General of Mines Safety and Ministry ...
Assam, North East to face fuel supply problems if citizenship agitation continues
Indian Oil Corp (IOC) has been forced to shut down its Digboi refinery in Assam and is operating Guwahati unit at minimal throughput, while Oil India Ltd has been forced to shut LPG production and its crude oil production has dropped by 15-20 per cent, multiple sources at the state-owned companies said.
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