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Qualified Indians Continue to Go Abroad, Scientists Want Modi Govt to Make a Move to Stop This ‘Brain Drain’ July 04, 2019 06:04

As scores of qualified Indians continue to move abroad, the country’s generation-next scientists have called on the Indian government to take immediate steps to stop this ''brain drain''.Scientists also said that increasing funding for research…

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Researchers Develop an App Which Turns Smartphone into Robot to Perform Tedious Jobs June 19, 2019 10:28

The researchers at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, including an Indian origin developed a smartphone application that allows a user to easily program any robot to perform an everyday activity, such as picking up…

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NASA Opens Opportunity to Visit Mars, Here's How You Can Book Your Name June 08, 2019 05:51

If you felt a trip to NASA is beyond the bounds of possibility, NASA is giving you a golden opportunity to send your name instead. Yes, you read it right! The National Aeronautics and Space…

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Believes a Four-Year Degree Not Needed to Get a Programming Job May 14, 2019 13:06

Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook has pushed everyone into surprise as she said he doesn’t believe that one should necessarily need to learn to code by taking a course on it. He further reiterated…

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Google Grants India-Based Institute of Artificial Intelligence a $2 Million to Create AI Tech for Pest Control May 08, 2019 11:03

Google has granted a Mumbai based-Wadhwani Institute for Artificial Intelligence $2 million to create AI-based technologies that could help cut down crop losses in cotton farming, through integrated pest management. Apart from this, Google Cloud…

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Good News for iPhone Lovers! iPhone XR Now Available in India with Discount Price, Get a Move on Before It Ends April 05, 2019 04:46

For iPhone lovers in India who wish to own the latest device, but don’t have enough cash to make the purchase, there’s a surprise for you. The iPhone XR is currently available at a discounted…

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Government Will Use Artificial Intelligence(AI) for Good Governance: Suresh Prabhu February 18, 2019 10:44

Suresh Prabhu,Union Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation,said that Government will use Artificial Intelligence (AI) for good governance and proper regulations and corrective action will be taken to protect citizen’s privacy and ownership…

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Hacker Who Stole Info of 600 Mn Users Breaks into 127 More Records from 8 Sites February 15, 2019 12:04

A hacker who stole around 600 million user records from 16 websites once has this time broke into 127 million more records from eight more websites. According to TechCrunch report late on Thursday, the hacker…

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Skype Users Can Blur Background During Video Calls on Desktop/Laptop February 07, 2019 12:46

The American technology giant Microsoft has officially launched a new feature on Skype wherein the users can have an option to blur their background during the video calls. Now, the Skype users will be able…

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‘CookieMiner’ Malware Can Steal Passwords, Credit Card Info in Chrome, Safari February 01, 2019 11:15

Your saved usernames and passwords in Google Chrome, saved credit card credentials in Chrome and iPhone’s text messages if backed up to a mac might be vulnerable to malware that would steal aforementioned credentials, according…

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Indian American Researchers Develop Model for Safer Self-Driving Cars January 28, 2019 10:29

In order to avoid driverless vehicles from dangerous errors in the world, a team of Indian American researchers has developed a new model that uses human inputs to uncover Artificial Intelligence (AI) "blind spots" in…

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Microsoft’ Search Engine Bing Blocked in China January 24, 2019 07:44

Microsoft on Thursday announced that its search engine, Bing, has been blocked in China, the last leading foreign search engine operating in the country. "We've confirmed that Bing is currently inaccessible in China and are…

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