“What we saw is something that looked just like a cosmic ray, as seen in the reflection of the ice sheet, but it wasn't reflected,” Peter Gorham, a physics professor at the University of Hawaii, told Times Now. … [Read more...] about NASA reveals existence of parallel universe where time runs backwards
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Every day, the remarkable stories of the COVID-19 warriors and their good work inspire us to make a difference in our own small way even when time and circumstances are not being kind to us. Akin to these COVID-19 warriors, agri workers and agri warehousing and agri supply chain workers are playing an extremely important role in ensuring food on our plates and facilitating the storage, transportation, and warehousing of agri produce across the nation. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 impact | Agri-warehousing sector turns to smart technology to keep supply lines running
By Raj S Joshi The Covid-19 crisis presents an opportunity for bold reforms, not just in infrastructure, regulations and local economies, but also in governance. And this can be implemented via a strategic view and push to use information technology (IT) in governance. This not only means using our technological prowess, but also the need to take a wider view of state and central functions, sharing best practices among states, Centrestate cooperation, and a drive towards making governance more efficient, effective and accountable. As a term, e-governance has been mostly used in India for citizen service deliveries at central and state levels with a focus on activities rather than on outcomes, except for examples like passport services. Many states like Karnataka, Gujarat, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh have made good strides in some areas. But most states have suboptimal systems. Most services like healthcare, vehicle licences, industrial approvals, law and order, electricity and … [Read more...] about View: The need to look at India’s technology agenda in a holistic way
Bennett University from The Times of India Group, is organizing a global webinar on Monday, May 25, 4pm onwards on how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is enabling solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic which has devastated lives and livelihoods across the world. Chief guest, Union minister for Electronics and Information Technology, Communications and Law and Justice, Ravi Shankar Prasad, will give the keynote address. The valedictory address will be delivered by Prof Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE. The webinar titled, “AI Solutions for COVID”, is being organized by Bennett University’s Department of Computer Science & Engineering, and will bring together eminent policymakers, scientists and industry leaders on one platform to share their vision and strategies on how to urgently accelerate AI and Data Science adoption for finding solutions for lockdown exit and to help bring back the pre-COVID-19 economy. They will also throw light on the opportunities brought by … [Read more...] about Bennett University to organize global webinar on AI solutions for Covid on May 25
“Technology is with us, it’s not going anywhere,” said Andrew Buher, former chief operating officer of New York City’s Department of Education. “Making sure that teachers are well-trained and prepared to use those technologies, those technologies really are a tool that supports the incredible work that they’re already doing.” … [Read more...] about Reimagining Education: How Big Will Technology’s Role Be When Students, Teachers Return To Class?
I packed my bags and left home at 17 to train as a radiographer, before leaving to study English (yes, the radiography would have been more useful, but I had a chip on my shoulder that I hadn’t worked hard enough to become a doctor, and I had to have something to prove I was intelligent enough to score a good career). … [Read more...] about Fiona Phillips: Digital universities are not the way to go