Today the world sits at the convergence of different technologies. But does this give us the much needed transparency and security to our digital lives?
Times are changing and people are making progress in terms of wellbeing.
Financial technology is continually growing and the expansion of smartphone markets will only help propel it's growth. The banking app arena just might witness revolutionary implications.
Six graphs depicting different economic indicators illustrate why no growth rather than low growth seems to have become the norm for developed nations.
Advancements in science and technology are often bolstered not by the Government, rather, by the philanthropy of tech giants.
Bots created with artificial intelligence can make teaching easier by carrying out the tedious tasks for teachers. But they are not evolved enough yet to replace the teacher altogether.
Will our cities adapt dynamic technologies to meet exploding demands as we continue to gallop forward as a race?
60% of the world does not have internet access. If we are to connect the entire world, The internet must be made a core part of infrastructural development.
How can blockchain technology enable direct collaboration within a distributed governance structure?
We are now technologically embedded beings, surrounded and influenced by the tools of modernity, seemingly without pause.
Road deaths in India are at an all-time high. How can technology tackle the impediment and lead to hurdle-free roads?
The evolution of Indian e-commerce is miraculous. But what is the way forward in today's time of instability and uncertainty?
With the advent of artificial intelligence, the phenomenon of 'capitology' might become the reason for the oust of humans from their own economy.
Energy equality is an important condition for achieving the goal of an equitable society. But, is energy equality sufficient alone?
How important are openness and right usage of technology in order to bring about concrete change? Or does a revolution end with innovation and invention?
Improvements in health, infrastructure, education have pushed up competitiveness index of India. However, significant progress can still be made on the financial market and technological readiness front.
Companies also go through an aging process, and how they deal with the limits that come with age determines their value to investors.
Land ownership - a house of cards in need for an innovative foundation?
It is high time that organisations recognize the invisible force of hackers. The writer throws light on the growing need to acknowledge this workforce.
The article discusses how the digital revolution has evolved the job market into creating a new type of workforce which might be the future.
Highlighting the vulnerable SIM card security system, the author opines that encryption of SIM cards can protect users against social engineering and hacks.
Deconstructing the authentication process followed by telecom providers, the author identifies loopholes and suggests measures to make the process more secure.
The author opines that payment banks can gain a significant market share in the competitive landscape of banking sector through technological innovation.
Throwing light on the dynamic market scenario, the author states that digital landscape has become the cornerstone of business decisions.
The article discusses technological advancement and its skewed benefits for the rich and the skilled.
The article focuses on mergers and acquisitions and how they're transforming the industry.
The article talks about surrogacy, the functioning of surrogacy markets, and the moral reservations people have about monetary exchanges in surrogacy.
The author examines the Indian Education system and highlights how it can get better.
The writer delves into the intricacies of a successful 'change management' structure, drawing references from Magma Fin Corp, an organization that has seen much success in this arena.