He said while institutions lose relevance after a few decades, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India is a heritage and every generation should cherish it
With telemedicine, access to proper healthcare will no longer be a problem for the average Indian citizen
54 percent of patients think telemedicine is not reliabile, 30 percent aren't comfortable with technology and data privacy is an area of concern along with regulatory approval for LEO-based internet access.
A tech worker recently explained in a viral Twitter thread why your phone isn't listening to you, even though it sometimes feels like it is.
Cricket has always been statistically-driven like baseball, but over the past 15 years we have moved beyond comparing averages and now use data to help in strategy and player selection, Dravid said during a panel discussion at the 15th MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference.
In certain circumstances...the only responsible thing would be to be vaccinated, says emergencies director Mike Ryan.
The study applies tests to data obtained from fantasy sports platforms for cricket and basketball (2013 to 2016) and various mutual funds (2005 to 2018). The study includes over 16 million data points collected over four years.
Regulatory cobwebs threaten to scupper India's data economy: A closer look at threats, opportunities
In its attempt to extract the maximum value from the data economy, the government must resist the temptation to be overzealous in regulation.
For all users, except the ones in Europe, the data is shared by default and there is no option to turn it off.
Zoom app on iOS stops sharing analytics data with Facebook, says it never shared 'sensitive information'
'Everything is data': Digital Jalebi's Nikhil Joshi talks immersive storytelling and data-driven experiences
Trans-disciplinary studio Digital Jalebi co-founder Nikhil Joshi is deeply interested in two experiential design trends gaining rapid traction on the Indian landscape: shifting to mediums beyond mobiles — essentially storytelling through immersive media, and data-driven experiences.
Data Societies: Can the State be trusted with information in times of ubiquitous surveillance systems?
Amid the rise in global surveillance systems, the common man needs to be involved in conversations on data through politics.
For each of our physical bodies, intimacies and experiences, we have several data bodies, too. Ranging from the websites we visit to the CCTV footage we meander into, these digital bodies are not simply extractive data points, but extensions of our very selves. They paint complex portraits of who we are — or at least, who companies believe us to be.
Data Societies: How digital desires, online performance cultures, and privacy concerns impact the social self
Data privacy concerns are caught in the interplay of strong capitalist forces, human desire and the ever-evolving predatory technologies.
Personal Data Protection Bill 2019: Impact on private companies is hard to tell yet, given the exemptions for State intervention
The private sector is closely watching the new Personal Data Protection Bill as data has become the most crucial asset of a company.
Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 is out; law raises questions on govt provisions which hint at unfettered access to data
The bill is listed for introduction in the Parliament’s Winter Session, which is set to conclude on 13 December.
There is terrific potential for the country's aviation sector and eventually a lot of consumer-facing traditional businesses, including airlines, will become large data companies, according to SpiceJet CMD Ajay Singh
The AI division will operate alongside Bitfury's existing blockchain services and remain part of the company.
The Economic Survey emphasised that data and information highway must be viewed as equally important infrastructure.
Economic survey 2018-19: Data 'of the people, by the people, for the people' must become govt's mantra
Data "of the people, by the people, for the people" must become the mantra for the government, which needs to view data as a "public good" and make necessary investments, Economic Survey said on Thursday
The project, run out of a village house is collecting material that could train AI software.