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  • How IoT is Driving Consumer Goods Industry

    The word Internet of Things (IoT) was coined by Kevin Ashton a British technology pioneer in 1999. We had humans communicating on the internet and IoT was an automated network through which “things” could communicate among themselves without human intervention. The Internet of Things (IoT) connected physical “things”, devices and appliances that got feedback from…

  • IoT Events Across The World

    Industrial fairs are the best place to visit to learn about vast subjects like these, meet and hear manufacturers and experts and get a feel of a wide range of products and services. That is where you see hundreds of product exhibits, some of which you would have used and some of which you will…

  • How Artificial Intelligence Maps Real-time Data in Hospitals

    Traditional AI, focuses on performing a specific task intelligently depending on given inputs as per a set pattern.  These systems have the capability to learn from data and make decisions or predictions based on that data. A simple way to understand AI is to look at its processing format and functions. You may know how…

  • How IoT works real-time

    Your product could be a refrigerator, a lawn mower, a bike, your Apple Watch, a diesel generator, a commercial aircraft, or a perfume. All these products are connected to the Internet through IoT devices. These IoT devices are microprocessors that can collect all types of data from the products.So once they are connected to the…

  • Is Generative AI Harmful for Humans

    We will look threadbare at three issues troubling academics, celebrities and powerful politicians of the world including the US Senate and the European Union.  Is Generative AI harmful for mankind ? Has OpenAI and Microsoft violated the copy right act at will and illegally? Should the growth of Generative AI be curbed? All three…

  • The Inside Story of Indian Banking

    Book Review Tribune Chandigarh 22 Nov 2020 Sandip Sen Unmasks the Banking Mess https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/reviews/story/sandip-sen-unmasks-the-banking-mess-174073 The title of the book suggests that it is a dramatised expose of an industry in trouble. But as the author states, it is not a “potboiler” and he has chosen to go for “depth of content over stylising the narrative”.…