Artificial Intelligence Ai
Opinion  /  Published 12.01.19

Crime and punishment in the age of big data

What does the administration of justice depend on? Believers of the Old Testament would say wisdom — the virtue that the guided Solomon. Non-believers might rely on dispassionate objectivity. Admini...
By The Editorial Board in

West Bengal  /  Published 30.11.19

AI and India’s scientific tradition

On the 161st birthday of Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose, a memorial lecture in his name paid tribute to the lesser known history of the computational aspects of Indian scientific tradition. Subhash Kak...
By Anasuya Basu in Calcutta

Technology  /  Published 26.05.19

Google Pixel 3A review

Sales of smartphones are slowing down worldwide, researchers say, partly because people are turned off by the escalating costs.So this will probably come as good news. Google is selling the Pixel 3A, ...
By Brian X. Chen/NYTNS in

West Bengal  /  Published 16.12.19

B-schools in UK, Calcutta tie up

The Cambridge Marketing College, UK, and iLEAD Institute, a Calcutta-based private B-school, have together launched a slew of short-term marketing courses focusing on emerging technologies.The courses...
By TT Bureau in Calcutta

Technology  /  Published 01.12.19

In our likeness

Traditional computers like to work in exactly the same way every time, just like teachers in high school who taught us to solve problems in a methodical, step-by-step manner to ensure perfect answers ...
By Udayan Ganguly in Mumbai

Technology  /  Published 19.01.19

Intel-powered Nivruti Rai on AI and its future

We are pretty confused and worried about AI! AI is something that has been around for a very long time; it’s a very large umbrella… a machine that can do things smartly. What has changed is how AI...
By Mathures Paul in

Education  /  Published 09.04.19

Machine learning

By Alina Tugend/New York Times News Service in

Opinion  /  Published 06.06.20

Many-splendoured thing: A classic in polychrome

The colours of life are barely evident now. The world seems not even black and white, but grey — sombre, uncertain, scary. But in spite of the greyness of outlook evoked by an unfamiliar virus resul...
By The Editorial Board in

Opinion  /  Published 25.08.19

Can bots tell stories the way people do?

Everyone loves a good story. Scheherazade, that ingenious noblewoman in Arabian Nights, knew that a gripping tale could save lives. Tales are known to have been spun to escape punishment and reality a...
By The Editorial Board in

India  /  Published 25.04.20

Not scared: A 3-feet caregiver

An intrepid three-foot-tall caregiver has joined a Covid-19 hospital in Kerala, forgoing precious safety gear while carrying food and medicines to patients, returning with their trash or connecting th...
By K.M. Rakesh in Bangalore


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