Let’s talk Ethics, again
19 November, 2020

The lack of a robust ethical framework will hurt organisations sooner rather than later – here’s why We’ve been discussing ethics in AI for months now: hundreds of organisations, ranging from BMW to Google to even the Government of Canada have already implemented it into their operational structures. Yet, the…

IT at the Crossroads
18 November, 2020

Long-term WFH will bring about more changes in the Indian IT/ITES industry than we are thinking of right now After nearly 9 months of worldwide lockdowns enforced to combat the COVID scare, it is now common knowledge that the booming IT/ITES/outsourcing sector in India has not only successfully fended-off the…

Google, Biden and Trust
17 November, 2020

A major bipartisan tech backlash is imminent– here’s what you need to know about the Google antitrust saga Whilst the current President-elect of the United States has been relatively quiet about most technology policy yet, one thing is for certain: the first few months of his tenure will prove to…

An Edge Ahead
16 November, 2020

Reducing Cloud-dependency and boosting data-crunching capabilities, Edge Analytics might prove to be a game-changer in the IoT era As devices increasingly adapt to the Internet of Things (IoT) in an always-connected communication environment, innovators are focussing more on finding out improved methods of data collection. As a result, we see…

Writing for AI
13 November, 2020

While data models and algorithms hog the limelight, we often overlook the importance of well-structure content in AL systems We have long been talking about the wonderful possibilities of Artificial Intelligence – automated systems, chatbots, and all. They are emerging technologies and marvels of data science indeed. But not all…

Future Shock?
12 November, 2020

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has recently launched its report on the future of global jobs. Here’s what you need to know. Already having drastically changed how we look at supply chains and labour markets, the economic downturn induced by the COVID-19 pandemic (especially during its initial months) is set…

Free to Work Anywhere
11 November, 2020

Government of India makes radical changes to OSP guidelines, paving the way for permanent remote work culture On 5 November 2020, the Government of India did away with a major portion of the Other Service Provider (OSP) guidelines. As a result of this massive reform, most of the registration and…

The Digital Road to White House
10 November, 2020

Can technology predict the US election outcomes? The prediction of election results is a rather interesting exercise in the analysis of the sociopolitical makeup of a country. Over the several months leading up to the formal day of the election, pollsters take up the unenviable – and rather arduous task…

A Framework for Tomorrow
9 November, 2020

The data architecture framework set up today will determine a firm’s success tomorrow –and how! In an age where most businesses are already neck-deep in the digital transformation process enforced by the COVID-19 pandemic, success will be primarily determined by a firm’s ability to adapt – especially in the structure…

Algorithmic Hygiene → Trustworthy AI
6 November, 2020

Mitigation of biases crucial to AI longevity Unbeknownst to most of us, the myriad ways in which artificial intelligence has already seeped into our lives may come as a major surprise to many. The mass-scale digitisation of data along with the host of emerging technologies which use them has led…