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Science Tech  /  Published 23.08.21

The Great Unlock

For some years now, John McGeehan a biologist and director of the Center for Enzyme Innovation in Portsmouth, UK, has been searching for a molecule that could break down the 150 million tons of soda b...
By Cade Metz

Opinion  /  Published 18.07.21

Still hidden shapes: robot art

Robots with artistic sensibilities have been around for a while. Computers powered by artificial intelligence can not only respond like human beings under specific circumstances — the test Alan ...
By The Editorial Board

Education  /  Published 29.06.21

Artificial Intelligence: 5 free online courses

With successive lockdowns and the looming threat of a third wave of Covid-19, students have a lot of time on their hands. While most are fretting about their future, some are looking for good online r...
By Chandana Chandra

Science Tech  /  Published 28.04.21

India's first AI-enabled washing machine

Not ending up with bad odour There are two interesting aspects to the new introductions. First, Laundry Planner, which enables users to “schedule the end time of their laundry” and second...
By Mathures Paul

Opinion  /  Published 26.04.21

Editorial: Skewed focus

Trust is imperative; this is the principle underlying the new regulations unveiled by the European Union to govern the use of artificial intelligence. Trust can only stem from transparency. Therefore,...
By The Editorial Board


World  /  Published 22.04.21

EU Unveils strict AI regulation

The EU on Wednesday unveiled strict regulations to govern the use of artificial intelligence, a first-of-its-kind policy that outlines how companies and governments can use a technology seen as one of...
By Adam Satariano in Brussels

Science Tech  /  Published 17.03.21

Deepfake: future of content creation

Cruise mode Recently, many thought that Tom Cruise had joined TikTok, which is currently banned in India. A few videos were uploaded to the account @deeptomcruise, showing the 58-year-old practising ...
By Mathures Paul

Opinion  /  Published 10.03.21

Mission: Shakti: the eyes do not have it

The Lucknow police is reportedly setting up AI-enabled cameras to record pictures of women ‘who look distressed’. The additional director-general explained that “The cameras will be ...
By Shubhangi Agarwalla

World  /  Published 21.02.21

Google fires AI scientist

Alphabet Inc’s Google fired staff scientist Margaret Mitchell on Friday, they both said, a move that fanned company divisions on academic freedom and diversity that were on display since its Dec...
By Reuters in New York

Science Tech  /  Published 04.01.21

Need a hypothesis? Try AI

Machine-learning algorithms seem to have insinuated their way into every human activity short of toenail clipping and dog washing, although the tech giants may have solutions in the works for both. If...
By Benedict Carey


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