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Fear of Artificial Intelligence

Fear of Artificial Intelligence As I was growing up in India in the late 20th century, the word intelligence was looming large and becoming the talk of the town. Thousands of students were motivationally forced to take IQ and talent search examinations to prove their worth. Intelligence was something that was aspired upon and seen as a ladder to achieve success. Intelligence has always been political. A person decried as unintelligent is not merely a comment on the person’s mental faculties, but also what that person is…

When bio meets technology, ‘Bio-Inspired Robotics’ occurs

When bio meets technology, ‘Bio-Inspired Robotics’ occurs Nature has always endowed us with numerous ideas and inspirations. Robotics research is also not left behind. From small crawling insects like robots to large bipedal robots, nature has always steered the progress wheel of robotics research industry. To gain a deep understanding of our biological systems, engineering has delved into nature to obtain insights for the development of new robotic component- bio-robots, inspired from natural intelligence, adeptness, and…

Artificial barriers that hinders progress

                                                  Artificial barriers that hinders progress In this world of hierarchy women face many issues ranging from patriarchy to gender violence and others. Even as a part of skilled workforce often they are limited to service industry, and are denied of power jobs. Studies suggest that there are artificial barriers which stops women reach certain top management positions in the corporate organization’s hierarchy. This is commonly known as the ‘glass ceiling’. According to Morrison…

The journey from Made in India to Made for India: How global brands adapted our desi avatar

The journey from Made in India to Made for India: How global brands adapted our desi avatar The world is getting smaller and India has emerged as a lucrative horizon for global brands. Several Government policies, trade liberalization, tax ratification or an open approach towards foreign investments have shifted the gears of Indian economy. The opportunities for domestic players as well as the international brands are up to the brim and the brands are looking ahead to penetrate inside this evolving Indian market. Cementing…

Are teachers the next endangered race?

Automation in education  Are teachers the next endangered race? With automation, robots are getting better and better at doing their jobs. They have taken over the areas which once belonged to the human race- taking food orders at restaurants, coal mining to fixing parts at an automobile manufacturing plant. So the big question arises- will they replace our teachers to shape young minds? It’s strange to imagine yourself in a class where a robot is giving you lectures and is scrutinizing your assignments! Education stratum…

Taking Benefits of IT in Businesses

Taking Benefits of IT in Businesses Information Technology (IT) has turned into an essential and necessary piece of each strategy for success. From multi-national partnerships who keep up centralized server frameworks and databases to independent ventures that claim a solitary PC, IT assumes a part. The purposes behind the inescapable utilization of PC innovation in business can best be controlled by taking a gander at how it is being utilized over the business world. Correspondence Fast correspondences can help build…

Opening Franchisee in small cities could help brands

Opening Franchisee in small cities could help brands It’s quite natural for any brand to reap the benefits of the opportunities big towns and mega cities offer. They look to exploit the huge population of metropolis.  Usually, big brands do not want to take risk by moving towards boondocks taking into consideration the less density of population which is aggravated by the absence of youngsters. But this concept has changed dramatically after demonetization. Post demonetization, this market has seen a visible difference…

Blockchain and Internet of Things: Will the love blossom?

Blockchain and Internet of Things: Will the love blossom? The biggest mistake one can make is to underestimate the potential technology holds. Packed with constant disruptions and improvements, Technology never fails to amaze us. Flavor of the season, Internet of Things has opened the doors towards the unlooked-for future. When person-person, person-things or things-things are covered with the layer of internet by connecting them to mediums like computer or other technology, they get updated from normal things to Internet…

An overview on food processing companies

An overview on food processing companies As per Ministry of Food Processing India, Food Processing Industry represents around 32% of the nation's aggregate nourishment showcase; the Food Processing Industry is one of the biggest enterprises in India and is positioned fifth regarding creation, utilization, trade and expected development. The Indian Food preparing Industry has developed by 11% in the most recent decade and is required to reach $480 billion by 2020. The business adds to 14% of the nation's assembling GDP, 13%…

Astonishing ways to display trust in employees through office design

Astonishing ways to display trust in employees through office design Access to game rooms, cogitation suites and rooftop running tracks for employees sounds modern innovations for the workplace in the year 2018. But entrepreneurs have been experimenting with their workplaces for some time. Consider the U.S. Justice Department under Robert Kennedy as an example. A gym on the roof, picnic tables in the courtyard and the staff’s dogs in the office were some of the measures that Kennedy took. The outcome was a huge boost in…

How to maintain a work culture that stimulates growth

How to maintain a work culture that stimulates growth Work culture of a company lays the foundation stone of its longevity and affinity. How big and successful it would prove to be can be predicted by its culture in and around its work place. According to an article published on Entrepreneur, the writer introduces us to the findings of a research conducted by author D.D.Warrick which point that “organization culture can significantly influence the performance and effectiveness of a company; the morale and productivity of…

Let the happiness take a route via your intestine this Monsoon

Let the happiness take a route via your intestine this Monsoon For an entrepreneur, what can be the best way to reinvigorate his or her grey cells in this season of rains? Keeping in mind the strenuous activity an impresario undergoes what can be better than to take a break from the hectic lifestyle of corporate world. There are distinct ways by which one can uplift ones state of mind. But a food bon vivant will find a way to happiness via his or her intestine. An aphorism says that the way to someone’s heart go by way of…

Painting productivity and crafting engagement

Painting productivity and crafting engagement Unique office designs to revive your workplace A good workplace isn’t good enough! An organization’s environment and employees’ productivity go hand in hand. An effective office design can be a very powerful tool and can spark the engagement of employees, shore up communication, boosts health & wellness of the employees and adds to the productivity as compared to those beige painted walls and cubicles. Nobody wishes to get locked in a plain room, surrounded with humdrum…

Present Position of Higher Education in India

Present Position of Higher Education in India Advanced education alludes to the instruction in schools and colleges. India has a vast advanced education framework. It has in excess of 600 colleges and more than 33000 universities with in excess of 20 million understudies. These incorporate advanced education in the fields of specialized, restorative, law, ranger service, and so forth. The current circumstance of advanced education framework in India is unpredictable and testing. With the expansion in populace, there has…

Does India have ability to be world class in Education!!

Does India have ability to be world class in Education!! The training framework in India has battled for quite a while. With the nation set to wind up one of the most youthful countries on the planet by 2030 – around 140 million individuals will be in the school age amass – can the nation satisfy its points of conveying a world-class advanced education framework? To correspond with our most recent give an account of Indian worldwide understudy versatility, we take a gander at the endeavors being made to enhance the…

India’s Ed-tech Entrepreneurs refurbishing Education

India’s Ed-tech Entrepreneurs refurbishing Education A decade back, not many students were aware of the technology driven learning which was being imparted in western countries. Students in western countries were already accustomed to such teaching methods but it was still considered a luxury in India. Then a slew of events took place which paved the way for an education entailing “learning with fun”. India witnessed new ideas which were evolved after a long deliberation from assorted budding minds. Among those many ideas,…

Challenges in Higher Education in India

Challenges in Higher Education in India In spite of India’s flourishing GDP and the largestyouth population, India still can’t leapfrog many developing countries in terms of education. Illiteracy is a roadblock to India’s journey to be a superpower. With a literacy rate of 77 percent, India has moved little in terms of human development. Albeit, the GDP is roaring, thousands of citizen are living below the poverty line. Educated youths remain unemployed. The article probes into the challenges to India’s higher education…

Work-Life balance

Work-Life balance More often than not, entrepreneurs keep glued to their mobile phones checking E-mails and messages even after being surrounded by their family members. Their near and dear ones get annoyed with this peculiar habit but unintentionally the entrepreneurs neglect the graveness of this gaffe. They fail to discern the fact that the seeds of a broken relationship are sowed by the absence of balanced work and life commitments. They become so much preoccupied with their work commitments that they lose sight of…

Lapis Bard: Design, Craftsmanship & Quality The Westminster Gift Box: A unique gift box from Lapis Bard         

 Lapis Bard: Design, Craftsmanship & Quality The Westminster Gift Box: A unique gift box from Lapis Bard Looking for gifting options on this Father’s Day for your father? Indulge your father with accessories from the Westminster Gift Box at Lapis Bard. Inspired by the ribbed arches of London’s Westminster Bridge, this carefully selected assortment of accessories is a symphony of geometric silhouettes, premium leather and brushed stainless steel. Encased in a unique "chest of drawers" box, the Westminster collection is…

Employees’ Empowerment Listen to their heart to lead them in a better way

Employees’ Empowerment Listen to their heart to lead them in a better way Office monotony eats you up and is literally the biggest enemy an office dweller can have. We all have encountered this; the initial days of venturing out our dream job shines bright and with each passing day, everything shuts down, followed by boredom; an alarming sign of our off-track office life, simultaneously effecting an organization’s productivity. Is ‘happy employees’ a myth? Without a doubt, no! Every day a new writing piece is submitted…

Strategy matters! Must evaluate your plan before initiate a startup 

Strategy matters! Must evaluate your plan before initiate a startup  With help of a good strategy a person can lead a nation positively but a poor strategy can spoil even a small family. A strong strategy doesn’t just empower any responsibility but also results for a never ending story. Here, let’s discuss how to make a startup never ending with a great success. As we have seen many startups like Flipkart that has amazed us by achieving a huge success with in a short span of time, we also need to understand the strategy…

Make your Business grow along with making society healthy

Make your Business grow along with making society healthy From the very beginning of our childhood days, we were taught to be socially responsible by doing our bit for society, environment and animals etc. We used to have designated sessions where we had to showcase projects on the betterment of society. This facet of our schooling days is found in entrepreneurial and business world too. Being a citizen of our society, we are bound with our duties to do every bit we can.  An international study by an MNC company reveals…

Have Flipkart founders read the writing on the wall?

Have Flipkart founders read the writing on the wall? How often do we see an Indian startup becoming a billion-dollar company within a decade of its inception? The answer is once in a blue moon. Flipkart is one such e-commerce giant which not only became a billion-dollar company rather it was privileged with the title of “Amazon of India” in less than a decade of its operation. Both Flipkart and Amazon had started off their journey being online sellers of books. Both have covered a long distance from being online retailers…

A publicity stunt for brands: Guerrilla Marketing

A publicity stunt for brands: Guerrilla Marketing Arresting popularity in recent years, Guerrilla marketing has become a top pick for startups and for major brands that are eyeing for a change or want to breathe a new life in their brand image. Backed by an unconventional strategy with a keyed-up non-traditional flavor, Guerrilla advertising holds expertise in generating sound brand visibility on a low budget. The term was sparked by Jay Conrad Levinson in his 1984 book Guerrilla Marketing: Secrets for Making Big Profits…

How to grow your business by knowing your audience

How to grow your business by knowing your audience Knowing customer and his need is all that a company needs to grow its business. If a company is able to identify the “pain points” of customer then it can easily upgrade its products in accordance with the customer needs. The foremost thing that any company needs to understand is the point that what sort of customers are they catering to and what are their priorities? If the company can identify that then it can be worthwhile to let them know their target customers’ groups,…

Bloomberg teams up with Chinese Think Tank CCIEE to launch ‘WEF-alternative’ New Economy Forum in Beijing

Bloomberg teams up with Chinese Think Tank CCIEE to launch ‘WEF-alternative’ New Economy Forum in Beijing By TCM Web Desk Business, financial advisory and news leaderBloomberg has ideated New Economy Forum which will be held from November 6 to 8, this year, in Beijing. A Chinese thinktank China Center for International Economic Exchanges is the promoter and co-host of this high-level geo-economical conference.  The multilateral conclave will assemble the world leaders to find out the solutions of various challenges faced…

Hey! That sounded much more lifelike. Wait…did it just mimicked human’s chit-chattiness with that ‘Mm…hmm’ and ‘I Gotcha’? Google…

Hey! That sounded much more lifelike. Wait…did it just mimicked human’s chit-chattiness with that ‘Mm...hmm’ and ‘I Gotcha’? Google Duplex: A breakthrough landmark or did we just opened doors for a disturbing future? Google’s presence in our lives cannot be drafted better than this, “When LIFE gives you questions, Google gives you answers.” And Google just gave us a glimpse of our bright future at I/O 2018 Keynote at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. An annual developer conference of Google to introduce…