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5 Critical Traits that Praxis Business School believes would make You a Good Team Player

GAFA vs. USA – The Big Fight
3 August, 2020

Big Tech firms earn big profits and lead the geopolitical war for tech dominance, yet the US authorities are jittery  They are collectively known by their acronym GAFA (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon), or sometimes FAANG (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google; now Alphabet). They are no longer compared with other corporate…

A Big Leap Towards Coding in Natural Language
3 August, 2020

Ever since the first coders wrote programs by hand, and transferred those into stacks of punched cards that could be processed by computers – the idea of machines that can write codes, find bugs, and correct them too, has been the holy grail of programming. Now, researchers from Intel, Massachusetts…

Is Metaverse the Future of the Digital?
31 July, 2020

An immersive world would be full of opportunities, but let’s not live in a curated glass bubble “Metaverse” means beyond the universe. While it may sound either too spiritual or too futuristic, the fact is – this might be the way we could see the internet evolve into. It would…

…And let there be Light
30 July, 2020

The age of Photonic Tensors is now With global advancements in Artificial Intelligence and machine learning technologies coming to the fore, there is an elevated need for strengthening computational hardware in order to deal with the increased complexities of high-level neural intelligence. The underlying principle is rather simple: the smarter…

The Second Coming: Rewriting the Internet – Part 2
29 July, 2020

With a new protocol and new apps, Dfinity is leading the charge in the search for a new internet The new internet model that the Zurich-based non-profit organisation, Dfinity Foundation, is working on primarily hinges around the idea of keeping the show running – but not through large-scale server farms,…

The Second Coming: Rewriting the Internet – Part 1
28 July, 2020

We can soon see a new internet model challenging the cyber-monopoly Who owns the internet? Well no one in particular – at least not all of it. That is not possible due to several complications – legal and logistical being the foremost of them. Yet there is control, and web-users…

The Empowered Employee
27 July, 2020

WFH makes managers shift gear from monitoring to motivating Just six-months ago, recruitment interviews assessed the team-player scores of future employees; today they try to figure out the remote-working mindset of new talents. Companies are looking for self-motivated, empowered employees who need little physical supervision to accomplish their work and…

An Inbuilt Watchman
24 July, 2020

Adversarial and image generation networks battle it out to create fail-proof machine learning  A self-driving car approaches a stop sign, but instead of slowing down it accelerates into the busy intersection. In March 2019, security researchers at Tencent managed to trick a Tesla Model S into switching lanes. All they had to…

US visa restrictions may open new options for AI students
23 July, 2020

What US may lose might be gain for others, as new demands emerge elsewhere On 22 June 2020, US president Donald Trump signed an executive order, enforcing certain strict restriction related to the US immigration policy. That was nothing new anyway, because ever since he was elected Trump was vocal…

The Invisible God of Networks
22 July, 2020

The life and times of prolific hacker fxmsp – A true story “Let me tell you why I’m famous”, Turchin said, casually. He turned in his chair and yawned. He looked around till his eyes met his friend sitting behind him. The friend looked anxious. Turchin, however, did not. He…