Tech-savvy Talent Drives Today’s Business Environment

environment is a constantly-evolving organism which, in the wake of its rapid progress, has started making new demands on its stakeholders. Technology has emerged as the biggest change architect driving not only the way working styles have evolved but also how the workforce needs to innovate.

In such a dynamic culture, it is imperative for any contemporary company to be able to attract the kind of talent that is extremely comfortable with technology. In fact, this comfort must go beyond just being able to use existing tech. The executive of today must have a driving curiosity for gaining new insights and adopting the latest technologies.


Facial Recognition Biased Towards Fair Skin, A New Study Claims

New Delhi:Recently, a new research out, is underscoring what other experts have reported or at least suspected before: facial recognition technology is subject to biasesand shows inaccuracies in gender identification based on the data sets provided and the conditions in which algorithms are created.

As per the results, gender was misidentified in less than 1% lighter-skinned males as compared to 35% dark-skinned females.

Facial recognition has the potential to revolutionise the security of our devices, and it's already available on some very popular gadgets.But what is it, how does it work, and is it racist? Let’s know everything here:


Vanta Black Magic: World’s Darkest Building Unveiled For Winter Olympics Pavilion

New Delhi: With winter Olympics here, Pyeongchangmay be dyed with snow, but with so much milky white city what stands differently is the darkest hole of the whole Universe.

A ground-breaking building designed for the Winter Olympics is so dark it looks like a slice of Space. The Hyundai Pavilion in PyeongChang is the blackest building ever, thanks to high-tech paint that plays tricks on the eyes.

Designed by architect Asif Khan, the structure has been spray-painted with the blackest black matt paint ever. ‘VantablackVBx 2’ is the spray-paint version of Vantablack, the blackest possible pigment. It absorbs an incredible 99 percent of light, making it look like no other black.


Over 150 delegates from India and abroad participates in 3rd Inter National Conf in IIT (ISM) Dhanbad

New Delhi : Over 150 techies from various renowned institutions of Indiaand abroad participated in a three-day long International conference on ‘Microwave and Photonics’ in the premises of IIT-ISM atDhanbaddistrict of Jharkhand on Friday.

It was organized by the Department of Electronics Engineering IIT – ISM, with the technical co-sponsorship of IEEE Photonics Society, IEEE Antenna and Propagation Society, IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society and Optical Society of America (OSA).

The financial sponsorship support was extended by Jharkhand CST, SERB DST, DRDO, ISRO, CSIR, BRNSand JV Micronics.


Panic Button Omen For Mobile users Fail Another Trial Deadline

New Delhi:The Central Government way back on 22nd April, 2016, had announced that all mobile phones manufactured in the country starting from January 1, 2017, must come equipped with a “Panic Button” for the safety of women.

The Ministry of Women and Child Development observed that in order to provide safety to women in distress situation, it is important to enable them to send out distress signal to a family member or the police authorities so that they can be rescued.

A woman in distress does not have more than a second or two to send out a distress message in the event of a physical/sexual assault. Hence after due deliberation, it was agreed to have a panic button installed in all the mobile phones being sold in the country.