Personal Data Protection Bill: India’s digital safety kit
PDPB will serve as a model for ensuring that Indian citizens have autonomy in the digital economy.
'Quantum supremacy' and the threat it poses to data storage, digital economy
Encryption has made the use of data safe. Will 'quantum supremac...
'Novel material may help develop future quantum computers'
Through a series of experiments, Yufan Li and colleagues found that thin films of ...
Microsoft and IIT Roorkee partner for quantum computing
The course, has been structured by IIT Roorkee and Microsoft and the former will conduct lectures on quantum computing for a full semester.
Atos and C-DAC to work together on quantum computing, AI and exascale computing
C-DAC, which is a part of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, GoI, is already working with Atos on the National Supercomputing Mission.
Indians lead the world as Facebook big bug hunters
Indian experts receive the biggest bounty in Facebook reward scheme for reporting breaches.
Australia concerned about offensive cyber warfare capabilities build up in Indo-Pacific
Australia's cyber ambassador Dr Feakin believes the application of machine learning and AI to the large datasets presently available will revolutionise the World Order. They will change the way we look at critical issues such as labor and employment.
Nine women scientists who are doing phenomenal work
These nine women scientists have aimed for the moon, dissected the brain and shattered glass ceilings.
Insourcing threat looms large over IT services providers
Global firms have been deploying their own talent to reduce dependence on outsourcing.
Asian investors bring new flavour to Indian startups
Deals involving Chinese investors jumped from 1 in 2013 to 27 in 2018, and Japanese investors from 3 to 54
How India is contributing in development of new-age computers
Whoever develops the new-age computer, which has the ability to do an extraordinary amount of calculations simultaneously, will have the edge to dominate our information age. We have been laggards for decades but with increased funding, India is fast playing catch-up.
A quantum computing startup tries to live up to the hype
Right now, Rigetti’s challenge for itself is this: Can it solve one, single problem with a quantum computer that a conventional machine cannot?
2018: When technology took a quantum leap to future
2018 saw technology take a quantum leap to touch virtually every aspect of our lives, and even beyond it maybe.
Meet the woman leading race to build world's first quantum computer
Sydney, May 11 (IANS) A team of Australian scientists has made great strides towards building the the world's first quantum computer, using mostly standard silicon technology. The team is led by 50-year-old Michelle Simmons, a mother of three.
Researchers unveil design of silicon quantum computer chip
Sydney, Dec 17 (IANS) In a first, a team of Australian and Dutch engineers has created a complete design for a quantum computer chip that can be manufactured using mostly standard silicon technology.
Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service