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FactorDaily Apr 17
The tech under the hood of India's most valuable food tech company, Swiggy: a deadly mix of artificial intelligence, data and everyday tweaks. Reporting by and . Design and photos by .
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tg Shenoy Apr 17
Dear New Worlds Weekly readers & fellow SF/F fans, who've msged me asking about future of , am truly touched by your concern. As it stands, the column will continue as usual on . I thank you all, friends & readers, for your continued encouragement & support...
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FactorDaily Apr 16
We have an update: Three years and a pivot towards audio
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FactorDaily Apr 15
We release tons of 'data exhaust' that give Big Tech valuable information on us as well as our families, friends, neighbours and colleagues, helping create network monopolies. offers solutions to re-balance the situation
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FactorDaily Apr 14
This Bengaluru startup uses AI to decode sounds that machines make to help factories gain a sixth sense, writes .
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FactorDaily Apr 13
In this week's takes a quick look at the SF/F exploits of Spock’s ancestor, the greatest detective of all time
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FactorDaily Apr 10
AI at the core of Google’s new moves on enterprise business via
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FactorDaily Apr 10
Google Cloud pulls out its AI guns in its push to win enterprise customers challenging bigger rivals AWS and Azure, reports .
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FactorDaily Apr 8
A US senator's audacious proposal to break up big tech companies such as Facebook and Google has sparked a heated debate for and against. Here, our columnist of argues why big isn't always bad.
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FactorDaily Apr 7
What are the AI and data skunkworks projects on at ? About a year after the acquisition, Flipkart's chief data scientist and his deputies open up in this interview by , and .
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FactorDaily Apr 5
Beast by ticks all the boxes that make for a fast-paced thriller, and in true thriller fashion ties together all the various threads as Aditi and Prithvi race ‘against time’, and through Mumbai’s dark underbelly, writes
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FactorDaily Apr 4
Replying to @factordaily
Sharma was Squadron Leader when he went to space, not Wing Commander. Apologies for that error.
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FactorDaily Apr 4
Replying to @pankajontech
Thirty five years and three days after Sharma blasted into space, we ring in Outliers Season 3 with a podcast with him. Retired in Coonoor with his shock of hair gone, Sharma talks about the importance of keeping a low profile. By Enjoy:
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FactorDaily Apr 4
"Upar se Bharat kaisa dikhta hein app ko (how does India look to you from up there)," Indira Gandhi asks. "Ji, mein bageir koi jhichak se keh sakta hoon ki 'Saare jahan se achcha' (I can tell you without any doubt better than the whole world)," replies Wg Cdr Rakesh Sharma. 1/2
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FactorDaily Apr 3
Early experiments by at least a dozen healthcare startups hold some answers to push in India into the future and ease the burden on India’s healthcare system. & report:
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FactorDaily Apr 2
Designing payments for Indian users via
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FactorDaily Apr 1
Indian drone users will have to wait longer to fly legally compliant as the government is yet to iron out several operational issues. But drone companies are now seeking provisional clearances to operate, reports via
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FactorDaily Mar 31
Is Bhavish Aggarwal the enfant terrible that VCs make him out to be? Or, is he the last tall, brave man left standing on the Indian startup terra firma? Read this profile of the Ola Cabs co-founder and CEO. By and .
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FactorDaily Mar 30
Zombies in Chennai. A mysterious tetrahedron in Delhi. The Taj Mahal as an automaton in Agra. And more in this week's sci-fi column by
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FactorDaily Mar 27
Facebook, YouTube and Google clamped down on the spread of the hate-filled manifesto by the Christchurch shooter and the live video with some success. But, as this analysis by shows, such content has a life of its own.
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