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Tech Mahindra and Cisco Collaborate to Pilot 5G Modernization with Routed Optical Network

Tech Mahindra and Cisco Collaborate to Pilot 5G Modernization with Routed Optical Network Tech Mahindra invests in both a routed optical networking lab in Bangalore, India, and specialized services such as SDN-enabled transport Collaboration to simplify complex transport networks using routed optical networks that enable a high degree of automation …

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In-person return from SXSW – WWD

After the pandemic froze the live event industry, it’s only fitting that SXSW’s return as an in-person festival began Friday amid an unusual cold front. Organizers did not release attendance figures, but the crowd appears to be significantly smaller this year than most. But at least the attendees who physically …

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Trade Matters – March 9, 2022 | Lowenstein Sandler LLP

1. The United States hits Russia with sanctions and extensive export controls In what remains a rapidly changing environment, in recent weeks the U.S. government has imposed significant additional sanctions on Russia, including the following: A new ban on the direct or indirect import or export of goods, services or …

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S’pore Economy 2030 plan aims to boost exports to $733 billion

Singapore will redouble its efforts to attract major global traders. THE TIME OF THE STRAIT Singapore’s Trade and Industry Minister, Gan Kim Yong, has unveiled a new plan to boost local businesses in various sectors, with the aim of dramatically increasing the city-state’s trade volumes by 2030. Speaking in parliament …

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TGen and Deepcell Collaborate to Use AI-Based Technology to Classify and Isolate Diseased Cells

The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), a subsidiary of City of Hope, is partnering with a Silicon Valley company to become one of the first research institutes in the world to use new imaging and sorting technology based on artificial intelligence to classify and isolate individual diseased cells. TGen’s Science …

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Research advances AI assistive technology for anesthesiologists | MIT News

A new study by researchers at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) suggests the day is approaching when advanced artificial intelligence systems could help anesthesiologists in the operating room. In a special edition of artificial intelligence in medicine, the team of neuroscientists, engineers and doctors demonstrated a machine learning algorithm …

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Is Singapore’s $110m investment in space technologies an opportunity for Indian companies?

Singapore: Last week, at the 14th World Space and Technology Convention 2022 held in Singapore, the Singapore government announced that it is committing 150 million Singapore dollars ($110 million) to the space technology industry through research and development (R&D) funding. The program will be overseen by the Office of Space …

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Move from legacy systems to cutting-edge healthcare technology

The pandemic has pushed the healthcare sector to accelerate digital transformation and has also revolutionized the way patients view digital services Before the lockdown, people rarely searched for e-services such as online prescriptions or consultations via video platforms. Now that patients have seen first-hand the benefits of digital healthcare, such …

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Why artificial intelligence is becoming the new norm in global aerospace and defense companies

The American company SAE International (formerly known as the Society of Automotive Engineers) will host an AeroTech event at the Pasadena Convention Center in California from March 15-17, 2022. The world’s top engineers, executives and professionals will gather there to discuss and address the fundamental issues and opportunities facing the …

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Mid South West gets £430,000 for new business innovation scheme

Paul Reavey, Brilliant Red, Cllr Paul McLean, Chair MSW Region Governance Steering and Cllr Barry McElduff, Vice Chair MSW Region Governance Steering Group Up to 250 local businesses in the Central South West region will have the opportunity to accelerate their growth and innovation journeys under a new pilot support …

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Quad to be operationalized in Canberra Ministerial. No possibility of expansion now. | Latest India News

The Quad’s foreign ministers are meeting on February 11 with an agenda to translate its discussions and objectives on the ground, whether it’s vaccine delivery, critical and emerging technologies. Of course, belligerent China will be the elephant in the room. Ahead of the Quad Summit in April-May this year, foreign …

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RK Singh launches Powerthon-2022 for technology solutions for quality power supply

Union Energy Minister RK Singh on Monday launched a hackathon, named Powerthon-2022, to find technological solutions for quality power supply. He also encouraged technologists to come up with not only solutions to existing problems, but also other problem statements and ideas for a reliable power supply. ” Union Minister …

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Pandemic year 2021: the year of adaptation

TWO years into the pandemic, the past year 2021 has definitely been the year of adaptation. Organizations and their employees have continuously adapted to practices that will forever change the workplace as we once knew it. Meanwhile, brands have refined their services to ensure a better customer experience. The customer …

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Top 10 Quantum Computing Jobs to Apply for in February 2022

by Adilin Beatrice February 5, 2022 If you are looking for quantum computing jobs, join online communities and dating groups to learn more One good thing about the growth of technology is that it opens the door to many new jobs. From artificial intelligence to business intelligence, all digital trends …

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Tata Consultancy Services and DeakinCo. Bridging the skills gap in Australia with new programs

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has entered into a strategic partnership with DeakinCo., a division of Deakin University, to co-design a series of corporate learning programs. These programs are designed to meet the growing demand for talent in emerging technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, data analytics, and robotics. The …

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ME/MTech courses are losing their luster as seat vacancy rate is 60-65% over the past three years | Bombay News

Mumbai: A trend reversal seems to be underway in postgraduate technical degrees. Once sought-after courses for engineering graduates, the number of vacancies in Masters of Engineering (ME/MTech) has remained at 60-65% over the past three years. Figures released by the state’s Common Entrance Test (CET) cell reveal that nearly 70% …

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Big Data Analytics: A Game Changer for E-Governance

by Analytics Insight January 28, 2022 One of the key emerging technologies influencing government and business is “Big Data Analytics” Most of the states and governments in India are focused on harnessing emerging technologies to deliver services to citizens, improve the efficiency of government operation, and ways to increase government …

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Havens becomes the new director of the Great Lakes Research Center | News, Sports, Jobs

Garrett Neese/Daily Mining Gazette Timothy Havens, the new director of the Great Lakes Research Center at Michigan Technological University, stands on an autonomous jetski at the GLRC January 14. The jetski, designed to operate on the high seas, was trained using cameras and GPS to record the jetski as an …

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LCWU Hosts Emerging Technology Conference

Lahore: Lahore College for Women University organized the 1st International Conference on Software Engineering and Emerging Technologies within the Department of Software Engineering. International speakers from Romania, Mexico, Ireland and the UK presented their recent work on emerging trends in the advanced discipline of software engineering. LCWU Vice-Chancellor Prof. Bushra …

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Silicon Valley School of Software Engineering opens in Joburg

Silicon Valley-based school of software engineering Holberton School is about to open a new campus in Johannesburg. Holberton School South Africa will welcome its first pupils on January 24. Based in Johannesburg, the school aims to produce highly qualified software engineers to meet the growing demand for IT skills in …

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Modern employee experiences require intelligent use of data

The pandemic has accelerated digital transformation efforts across all industries as the world evolves to meet the needs of hybrid living and working. Companies were forced to adapt overnight, with HR and people managers in the driver’s seat, as the human impact became apparent. Yet Covid-19 was a catalyst for …

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New York CTO John Paul Farmer announces release

Written by Ryan Johnston 23 dec. 2021 | STATESCOOP New York City Technical Director John Paul Farmer announced in an email Thursday that he plans to step down from city government after the New Year, when Eric Adams takes the oath of office as mayor. New York City Mayor Bill …

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Time Farmers Harvested the Power of Technology

Whether it’s education, healthcare, or the roadside vendor, the biggest takeaway for every sector – organized and unorganized – of the Covid-19 pandemic is adapting to the new normal. And this “new normal” is almost entirely tech-driven. Individual businesses and collective sectors will depend on how quickly they adopt new …

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Lenovo’s philanthropic arm launches grant to increase skills support

Lenovo Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Lenovo, has launched a US $ 1 million TransformME grant cycle to partner with organizations focused on training adult populations from disadvantaged or under-represented backgrounds with Essential Skills and the most sought after. The latest round of funding is in line with Lenovo’s philanthropy …

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South Africa is failing to ride the wave of the digital revolution. What to do

Workplaces are embracing new forms of advanced automation at a rate that suggests an ongoing digital revolution. Digital technologies such as sensorization, networked data analysis and artificial intelligence make it possible to collect data throughout the chain of production and consumption activities. They also allow the data to be used …

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Attract, engage and retain: a key challenge for new age startups

All over the world, people are leaving or changing jobs in large numbers, which has led economists to call this phase the “Great Resignation,” modeled on the Great Depression. Therefore, it has become essential for HR managers to design strategies that help them attract, hire and retain the best talent. …

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Defining what is ethical in artificial intelligence requires the contribution of Africans

Artificial intelligence (AI) was once part of science fiction. But it’s spreading. It is used in mobile phone technology and motor vehicles. It powers tools for agriculture and health. But concerns have emerged about the liability of AI and related technologies such as machine learning. In December 2020, a computer …

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US targets Chinese tech and defense sectors over security concerns

Washington will continue to target China’s high-tech and defense sectors and take steps that could lead to technology decoupling, observers say after the United States added more Chinese companies to its blacklist of ‘export. A dozen Chinese companies – including quantum computing and semiconductor companies and companies that have contributed …

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Role of quantum computing and AI in the healthcare industry

by Madhurjya Chowdhury November 24, 2021 One of the major achievements of our time in the field of health. Medical research has advanced rapidly, extending life expectancy around the world. However, as people live longer, health systems are faced with increased demand, rising costs, and staff who strive to meet …

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What motivates him and what to prepare for in the near future

Cars are moved through the assembly line by giant robot arms at Tesla Motors, the only one in California … [+] large-scale auto manufacturing plant, in Fremont, Calif. (Photo by Michael Macor / The San Francisco Chronicle via Getty Images) Chronicle of San Francisco via Getty Images American workers have …

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University of Washington joins international effort to support data science research and training in Africa

The University of Washington at St. Louis is joining a major international effort to advance data science, catalyze innovation and spur health discovery across Africa. Researchers at the School of Medicine are awarded one of 19 scholarships that will support data science research and training activities in Africa. Researchers will …

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AI Centers of Excellence and Innovation Centers that opened in India in 2021

Centers of Excellence (CoE) are places where companies can produce a significant competitive advantage over AI. Centers of Excellence facilitate the adoption of AI practices in an organization and help form a structure to evolve and maintain those processes. Even during the pandemic, India remained a favorable hub for establishing …

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New Imaging Technology Developed By UCLA Research Team May Reduce Need For Skin Biopsies

Instead of surgically taking a skin sample, sending it to a lab, and waiting several days for the results, your dermatologist takes photos of a suspicious-looking lesion and quickly produces a detailed microscopic image of the skin. This could become routine in clinics, the result of a new “virtual histology” …

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Why the Emerging Hybrid Work Model Needs a New Tech Stack

Over the past few years, businesses at all levels have embarked on a journey towards digital transformation. With increased productivity, better efficiency, customer loyalty and profit maximization as the drivers, companies have automated business processes in their quest. Still, the journey was not easy. While many benefits derive from automation, …

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Cramer examines tech stocks to own in AI, metaverse, EVs and fintech

CNBC’s Jim Cramer bought out “Mad Money” in San Francisco for the first time in two years and spoke about the four major innovations and companies that justify the technology as a leader in the stock market. 1. “Using artificial intelligence to replace humans” Cramer said the first innovation that …

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Welcome to La Scité | The Jewish standard

A high-tech hospital simulation space showcasing the future of digital health and home health care arrives in Jersey City from Israel. The state-of-the-art simulation space will occupy one floor of the planned eight-story business incubation center at SciTech Scity (pronounced “city”) at the Liberty Science Center. This campus, which will …

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Renowned public-listed intelligent speech and artificial intelligence company, iFLYTEK enters into a Memorandum of Understanding with Enterprise Singapore’s Global Alliance for Innovation (GIA) partner XNode to enter and operate develop in South-East Asia

SINGAPORE–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – With a market capitalization of $ 19 billion, publicly traded company iFLYTEK Co., Ltd. signed a memorandum of understanding with XNode on Tuesday October 26, 2021 at Pan Pacific Singapore during the iFLYTEK 1024 Global Developer Festival, organized by XNode Singapore and supported by the Singapore Deep-Tech …

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Effective SRM: communication, innovation and value

There is a natural knee-jerk reaction to underestimate the importance of soft skills in technical areas such as purchasing and supply chain management. This is an understandable position to take: why focus on communication or the ability to build relationships when in practice contracts often depend on costs, balance sheets …

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Can the civil engineering professor teach AI? Old hands pushed to teach new technology | Hyderabad News

Hyderabad: The skewed demand for basic engineering courses due to the introduction of courses in emerging technologies has hit faculty members in disciplines such as mechanics, electronics, and electricity. Professors are now forced to upgrade their expertise to teach courses related to Computer Engineering (CSE). This year, Jawaharlal Nehru University …

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Europeana judges the Heritage in Motion awards

Heritage in Motion is a multimedia competition for creators and users of films, games, applications and websites on themes related to European heritage, cultural and natural, tangible and intangible. This year’s winners were unveiled on September 22 on the Europa Nostra livestream, from the Doge’s Palace in the World Heritage …

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NIIT Expands Portfolio of Managed Training Services with Comprehensive Digital Technology Skills Offering

ATLANTA, October 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – NIIT Limited, a global skills and talent development company and leading provider of managed training services, announced that the company has acquired a controlling stake in RPS Consulting Private Limited (RPS Consulting), a leading provider of emerging digital technology learning solutions for …

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UoM to Offer Courses on Emerging Technologies | Mysore News

Shrinivasa.MMysuru: with the aim of making engineering courses more attractive and preparing students for industry in emerging sectors such as IoT, blockchain technology, robotics, agro-engineering, All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has authorized 68 colleges to start new emerging courses. These courses are permitted at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. …

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Sphoorthy Engineering College: the epicenter of excellence

A successful career is every aspiring student’s dream and in today’s competitive world, career and professional fulfillment is only possible through quality education that meets industry standards and requirements. Sphoorthy Engineering College was established in 2004 with the motto of nurturing young engineers with technical genius, human values ​​and ethics. …

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NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang to Unveil New AI Technologies and Products in GTC Keynote; Hundreds of industry and AI leaders to speak at the November event

Outlook September 30, 2021 11:09 am IST NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang to Unveil New AI Technologies and Products in GTC Keynote; Hundreds of industry and AI leaders to speak at the November event perspectivesinde.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 (Eds: Disclaimer: The following press release has been sent to you …

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Remember These Key Steps For Federal AI Adoption

Federal AI leaders share examples of grassroots work around data management, education, and culture. Leaders across the federal government are trying to understand and leverage artificial intelligence and emerging technologies to advance the future of work. But before we rush into a future with AI, experts in the field have …

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Johnson Controls partners with Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority to power Rochester Institute of Technology

Together, we can work to fight the decarbonisation of buildings, which account for around 40% of global emissions Tweet this “Around the world, Johnson Controls is helping businesses, governments and global institutions achieve ambitious sustainability goals. Digitization is a key tool for businesses and organizations to achieve net zero carbon …

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Blockchains are the new app stores

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. You are reading Entrepreneur United States, an international Entrepreneur Media franchise. It has become impossible not to attract the attention of the cryptocurrency and the technology that supports the industry. It has become commonplace and there does not appear to be a …

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Eight emerging technologies shaping the FinTech industry in 2021

by Analytics Insight September 18, 2021 In a decade, FinTech organizations have used innovation, inventive cultures, excess data and advanced analytics to change the financial ecosystem. From payments, infrastructure and access to financial services to distribution and sustainability components, FinTech companies’ solutions have impacted the entire banking industry. At first, …

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FIH Mobile and Stellantis create a joint venture to

FIH Mobile and Stellantis Establish a joint venture to provide intelligent and disruptive cockpit solutions for the automotive industry Mobile Drive to be 50/50 owned by Stellantis and Foxconn Technology Group Stellantis accelerates the execution of its technology roadmap thanks to an innovative partnership The shared technological expertise, market experience …

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These are the skills that young people will need for the green jobs of the future – The European Sting – Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Victoria Masterson, Senior Editor, Educational Content Agriculture, architecture, science and education are some of the sectors that will need new green skills, according to the United Nations Environment …

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Only 10% of engineering institutes opt for new-age courses like AI, data science | Bombay News

Undergraduate engineering courses have long faced low demand. However, courses recently introduced in undergraduate education might be the solution. The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) reveals that since 2019-2020, nearly 127 degree institutes and 663 undergraduate colleges across the country have opted for courses including artificial intelligence (AI), …

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Innovation summit set for high tech return in November

VERONA – The New York State Innovation Summit, an annual showcase and celebration of technology and discovery, will return November 8-9 at the Turning Stone Resort. “The annual summit brings together New York’s brightest minds, the most promising technology and manufacturing companies, and the most resourceful innovation support services. This …

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Put It All Together: Construction Shop AI Identifies Use-Inspired Applications That Will Benefit One of the World’s Most Important Industries | Computing

Over the past year and more, the continued development of a one-of-a-kind institute for artificial intelligence (AI) in construction has taught Mani Golparvar-Fard several things. The most important lesson, however, is that there has never been a better time to bring together industry leaders in an institute that develops fundamental …

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Dialog Axiata creates 5G innovation centers at leading universities

In collaboration with the University Grants Commission (UGC), Dialog Axiata PLC recently established “5G Innovation Centers” in engineering faculties of leading universities to create and incubate learning, innovation and entrepreneurship. interest-driven for future leaders. These innovation centers aim to empower students to be interdisciplinary, IT, and entrepreneurial by providing them …

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Clark Atlanta University Partners With The Consort Institute To Offer Careers In Emerging Technology Courses

Launch your high tech career at the Consort Institute at Clark University in Atlanta Tweet this The courses offered will include: Business intelligence Big Data and Data Analytics Machine learning Artificial intelligence Additionally, information sessions because the lessons will start Friday, July 16, 2021. These sessions will be an opportunity …

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Meet the world’s most influential female engineers

Barbara Liskov (left), 2008 ACM Turing Prize winner and professor of engineering at the … [+] Massachusetts Institute of Technology, leads a recently named list of the world’s most influential women engineers. Ryan Anson / AP Images for Association for Computing Machinery AP Images for the Association for Computer Machines …

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The 5G open innovation lab wins more partner companies

the 5G open innovation lab (5GOILab), a global applied innovation ecosystem for businesses, universities and government institutions that includes businesses and governments from Eastside, today announced that several other large companies have joined the lab. This expands the lab’s technical and development capabilities in support of its growing ecosystem of …

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Path Robotics Expands Headquarters and Production Operations in Columbus Area, Creating 140 New Jobs

summary Path Robotics, a Columbus-based artificial intelligence (AI) robotics company producing the world’s first truly autonomous robotic manufacturing system, has announced plans to expand its headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, creating 140 new jobs. Path Robotics Expands Headquarters and Production Operations in Columbus Area, Creating 140 New Jobs Path Robotics, a …

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Bryan Ware Joins Octo Board of Directors

Octo announced the addition of Bryan Ware to its board of directors. Ware is a highly regarded technology leader and innovator, having launched businesses, patented technologies, raised venture capital and private capital, and was most recently the country’s senior cybersecurity officer at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency ( CISA). …

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Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering at NMIMS invites applications for Mr. Tech. And the MCA programs on the Mumbai campus

Bombay, Maharashtra, India: SVKM’s NMIMS, one of India’s leading educational institutions with a 40-year legacy of academic excellence, invites applications for M. Tech. in Data Science (Business Analytics), M. Tech. in Artificial Intelligence and Master of Computer Applications (MCA) at Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering (MPSTME) in …

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[DesignUp 2021] New frontiers in design, interaction and education – ideas from environmental psychologist Adeola Enigbokan

Adeola Enigbokan is an environmental psychologist, combining a deep knowledge of human behavior and emotional intelligence, with a sense of how social and spatial systems work and how creative change occurs. She is a consultant on the design of urban housing, workspaces, public spaces and emerging technologies, and will speak …

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How the pandemic accelerated the Gulf edtech revolution

The Gulf education sector has witnessed a seismic transformation during the Covid-19 pandemic as schools quickly introduced technology to accommodate restrictions on classroom teaching. About one million student schedules have been disrupted in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) alone, according to government data. The Middle East has since emerged as …

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Industrial policy, same old policy

Competition with China will define the decades to come, and Congress wants to step in. Alas, it’s a bad start with the nearly 1,500-page Senate Innovation and Competition Act that won’t help. neither innovation nor competitiveness. The bill contains useful provisions that merit separate consideration, such as economic sanctions against …

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