No Code like Low Code

Low/No-code platforms are coming to the fore in tackling labour supply shortages borne out of major tech-skill gaps In a recent research note, consulting giants Gartner found that Low-code and No-code technologies are set to ‘nearly triple’ by 2025. In fact, they believe 70% of the new applications developed by organisations will use low-code; upRead More

Climate change action unlocks new business

Climate change action unlocks new business – US$130 trillion committed. The world is on the threshold of an exciting new industry November 3, 2021 was ‘Finance Day’ at COP26, and the spotlight was on a big announcement as nearly 500 global financial services firms agreed to align $130 trillion – some 40% of the world’sRead More

Why are Old Conglomerates Breaking Up?

Three global mega-corporations have recently announced breaking up their businesses. Could this be a strategic move? They have a storied history of over 400 collective corporate years. The most ancient among them, the Japanese conglomerate Toshiba is 146 years old, US pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson (J&J) is in its 135th year, and the otherRead More

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The Fairness Code

The task of ensuring fairness of AI models cannot be automated, but a collaboration between AI and humans can enable both parties to offer their best The Facebook whistle-blower episode has sent shudders down Big Tech, as the algorithms that run their business comes under heightened scrutiny, leading to ever tightening, and complex regulations fromRead More

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2022 Data Science Trends

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Part 1 Data Science today aims to move beyond expectations and is rapidly transforming everything around us. Let’s look ahead into the emerging trends for the coming year Yet another year draws to a close. As the world still grapples with the aftershocks of a pandemic, technology, and innovation gradually begin to gain momentum yetRead More

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The Supply-Chain Innovation Rush

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Part 1 Cisco makes light of supply-chain; Google delivers a Digital Twin; Amazon weathers the storm – it’s time to innovate and thrive As supply-chain disruptions roil industries across the world, tech start-ups offering solutions in this space have raked in US$7.7 billion in venture funding in Q1, an increase of 90.6% over last quarter and aRead More

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Artificial Intelligence vs Climate Change

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Part 1 How AI technologies are coming to the fore in the uphill battle against climate change November 4th, earmarked ‘Energy Day’ at the currently ongoing United Nations’ 13-day COP26 conference on climate change being hosted in Glasgow, found activists turning up in giant inflatable ‘Pikachu’ costumes, campaigning against Japan’s coal industry from the otherRead More

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AI and the Supply-Chain

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Artificial Intelligence is radicalising the modern supply-chain.Here’s how The strategic centrality of artificial intelligence applications has been much apparent over the past few years – especially recently, in its role in helping the economy phase itself out of some of the most complex issues brought about by the global coronavirus pandemic. Of these issues, fewRead More

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So What Really Is AI Ethics?

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Part 1 No data scientist interested in intelligent systems can now afford to ignore the ethical angle – but do we know what it is? In his 1942 short story “Runaround”, the legendary sci-fi writer Isaac Asimovdiscussedthe potential risks a robot could invoke. It was still the early days of automation, and sci-fi plots generallyRead More

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Practical Quantum at Work

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is supporting the design of new hydropower systems that minimize or avoid environmental impacts by understanding fish injury and mortality through hydropower systems. Researchers are assembling autonomous sensor devices (Sensor Fish and Sensor Fish mini) that are used in many countries to characterize conditions encountered by fish as they pass through hydraulic structures. PNNLO’s tracking and sensing technologies are applicable to a wide range of species, research goals, commercial applications, and locations. Original public domain image from Flickr

Quantum applications will show up very soon. Let us take a look at the industries to be directly benefitted by quantum computing, and how We have been hearing a lot about quantum computing these days. Most discussions veer around the technology that drives this projected super-beast of a computer, and how top companies are tryingRead More

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