There is a fascination about superhero movies, not just because these take us to a world where anything is possible, but also because these films help us dream of what we wish to be or what we can be some day.
Scott Hartley, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist, is one such person, who believes that the real test of our creation lies not only in advancing techies around the world, but also in bringing in more ‘fuzzies’ (humaniti
If you ask people about the north-east, not many can describe the place. Although very much a part of India, few would be able to tell the states apart on a map, and even fewer would be able to name their capitals.
What ails India? Is it the institutions, the people, or its history? Sociologists have tried their best to pinpoint and, even if they seldom concur with each other’s views, there is a consensus that it can’t be just one t
A story of India can’t be complete without drama and emotions, and even Poonam’s account of India is not devoid of it. Although there is sincerity and brevity, one can’t fault it for being a Bollywood script, and that i
The author believes that the culture of boasting has led to companies mis-assessing talent. He says psychometric evaluations and scientific tools can deconstruct this phenomenon and help companies differentiate those with or
Facebook regulates content based on what you click, but it knows there are times you have a smile when you see a post you like but do not wish to click on. So, ideally, Facebook would know what or, this is more important, who
For many, this story would be a spin tale. As for people who do not understand cloud, fog computing can be a foggy affair. For years, we have been relying on hard disks and drives to drive our data consumption, but over the l
Petya marks the second major cyberattack in as many months on global computer systems. Much like its predecessor, Wannacry, the attack is aimed at securing ransom in return for releasing hard disk data, but it is believed to
The book gives an overview of how computing, augmented reality and artificial intelligence are expected to change the world, discussing not just their benefits, but the probable dangers accruing from these advancements as wel