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No More Batteries Required, MIT Develops Low-cost Light-powered Sensors for IoT

The RFID-based sensors work in both indoor and outdoor lighting conditions, and can communicate at greater distances They could be used for monitoring...

This New Electronics & Computing Lab Aims to Equip Students with New Age Skills

It is an initiative to encourage students to explore the growing opportunities in future skills such as AI, ML and IoT. An Electronics & Computing...

Institutions Adopting AI Today May See 4 Times Increased Funding by 2021: Study

However, only 32 percent of education institutions in Asia Pacific have embarked on their AI journey Majority of education leaders believe that AI...

Facebook Selects 6 Projects From India For AI Ethics Research Awards

Facebook announced the Ethics in AI research awards in June with a regional focus of India.  To support thoughtful and groundbreaking academic research in Artificial...
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UP Govt to Employ AI Bots to Upgrade Secondary School Exam System

AI-bots will be installed in UP government schools to monitor and check malpractices during board examinations The CBSE has decided to include AI...

Indian Govt, IBM Join Hands For Nationwide Train-the-Trainer Program in AI

IBM aims at training 10,000 faculty members from ITIs across the country in one year The program will be executed with 14...

IITs in Delhi, Bombay Produce Highest Number Tech Entrepreneurs in India

In the last four years, IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay, IIT Kharagpur and BITS Pilani have produced 1,066 startups NCR emerges as biggest...

IIT-Kharagpur Rolls Out Home-Rechargeable Electric Three-Wheeler

Deshla can run at a speed of up to 50km per hour The IIT Kharagpur team now aims to raise funds for commercial...

A Driverless Car For Indian Roads Likely By March 2020: IISc, Wipro Working On...

The electric autonomous vehicle will be developed from the ground-up and will not be based on any existing model. Wipro will invest Rs...
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Analytics, AI and Automation Are Most In-Demand Tech Skills Today: Infosys

Soft skills have become just as important as technical ones. Lack of budget is the biggest tangible barrier to reskilling the workforce Learnability...
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