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Artificial Intelligence in India India is no longer considered a laggard when it comes to the development of Artificial Intelligence. The field is rapidly gaining ground in India, engulfing every sector imaginable. From retail to environment, every sector has in some or the other way been influenced by AI. According to the startup tracker Tracxn, […]

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Artificial Intelligence? Seems like a little tune in the distance to the common Indian mass, I suppose? Leaving behind the AI enthusiasts, the general population of the country may not have even heard the tune, or, even if they heard of it, many of the gloom merchants must have shooed it away as a no-no […]

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Robotics in India is going through a phase of accelerated growth. But what fuels this acceleration? Is this news about growth a mere token of consolation for the Indian readers/bloggers/audience or is automation indeed trending in the country?   About Being a Token of Consolation For a clear-cut answer, let us go straight to some […]

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Blockchain Made Simple Imagine that you are in the midst of a WhatsApp group conversation attended by at least 20 friends of yours. Each time a friend sends a message, a new record of data gets created; this new message is time-stamped, tamper-resistant and is accessible to everyone in that definite WhatsApp group. In case […]

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What are autonomous robots? Perhaps, you are thinking of a bunch of Autobots defending the human race from the Decepticons? Yes, that happened, but only in the movie Transformers. The real picture is a bit less thrilling than the movie (it always is!) What Are Autonomous Robots? Let me balance out the scene by providing […]

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Robots Aren’t Robbing Jobs—They Are Creating Some Thanks to narrative media, the workplace scenario involving robotics or automation now depicts a picture of fear rather than of hope for the future. Though robots ganging up and getting to a point of mutiny is quite absurd and is something seen only in movies, fear of job […]

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