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Aug 01, 2017
Automation and Artificial Intelligence may make some work profiles obsoleteNew IT jobs that will be in demand are expected to be in segments like Big Data and data science, artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things.
Jul 20, 2017
Parliament Monsoon Session: Congress alleges Narendra Modi, Donald Trump did not discuss H1B visaPrime Minister Narendra Modi had not taken up with President Donald Trump the issue of H1B visa restrictions imposed by the US
May 25, 2017
Infosys charts out strategy to hire and train 10,000 US workers in face of visa pressuresInfosys plans to put large batches of prospective employees through training courses of eight to 10 weeks that will prepare them for positions in fields like data analytics, enterprise cloud applications and cybersecurity
May 15, 2017
Acquiring skills in machine learning will help IT professionals boost their careerThe report said that machine learning algorithms are dominating the business projects landscape.
Apr 25, 2017
H-1B visa: Trump govt's 'serious actions' cause for worry for IT firms, says Arvind SubramanianIndian technology companies depend on H-1B visas to hire tens of thousands of employees each year for their US operations.
Apr 25, 2017
H-1B visa issue: US says 'greatly values' India's investment, wants strong economic tiesThe US has been looking at ways to strengthen the processes like visa interview and admission processes in new ways, said US State Department acting spokesman
Apr 24, 2017
Arun Jaitley raises issues of H-1B visa restrictions with US Treasury SecretaryIndia accounts for the highest pool of qualified IT professionals, whose services go a long way in making American companies globally competitive.
Mar 23, 2017
Sushma Swaraj allays fears on H1-B visa issue, says Indians IT professionals need not worryThe Minister pointed out that even before Donald Trump became President, there had been a "flip-flop" in the H1-B visa policy by the US.
Mar 14, 2017
Artificial Intelligence should not be seen as a threat, it will create more jobs: Nasscom VP KS ViswanathanAccording to KS Viswanathan, vice president for Industry Initiatives as Nasscom, AI and machine learning will not really steal your jobs, but in fact will create more jobs.
Mar 10, 2017
IT professionals over 35 need'nt worry about machines taking over their jobs, there are other concerns to tackleA report in The Economic Times, claims that IT professionals over 35 have a high chance of losing their jobs to machines. While globally IT jobs are under threat due to increased automation and new technologies such as artificially intelligent smart machines, in India the problem becomes more serious because retraining staff is difficult.