It has only been a few weeks since we entered the second half of what has been a momentous year for humanity already.
The socio-economic upheaval aside, the bizarre and unprecedented situation caused by the COVID-19 outbreak has forced a global transformation of how people live, work, and study.
In March last year, India's Ministry of Commerce & Industry and The Coffee Board of India announced the launch of a blockchain-based e-marketplace for coffee trade.
Technological innovation is rapidly changing the world. If one could go back in time enough to note every paradigm shift triggered by technology, the most common origin point would be the industrial revolution.
Driven by the opportunity to work with big names and promising salaries, many young law professionals have developed a heightened interest in a career as a corporate lawyer.
Businesses across different industries are facing a hard turn emerging from the current situation. As a result, a new normal has emerged.
The advent of technology and the new normals of the post-pandemic world has changed the way education works.
Machine Learning (ML) is emerging as one of sought after professional fields today. ML has become a part of various aspects of our everyday life.
The process that was already in place for many institutes have taken a speedy transition for many educational institutes, universities and colleges now.
The Indian Automotive industry is on the cusp of a massive transformation.
As technology continues to permeate every walk of our lives, Cyber Crime continues to grow as a threat.
In their October 2012 issue, Harvard Business Review named 'Data Scientist' as the sexiest job of the 21st century.