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Automation: A boon or bane?

The fear that new technology could take away jobs and lead to a greater income inequality is not a new phenomenon. During the initial days of industrial revolution, people were worried that they wo

Moving into fourth gear

Sometimes, when the change is too rapid and dramatic, you might not know whether it is really happening. It is understandable, considering the fact that you simply don’t recognise it. Without

Here come the job killers!

At Raymond Limited’s modern textile facility in Vapi, whenever a supervisor has to check up on the looms, he doesn’t go walking around the factory floor asking the workers. He just look

Automation replacing workforce; fighting malnutrition; new mental health law

At Raymond Limited’s modern textile facility in Vapi, whenever a supervisor has to check up on the looms, he doesn’t go walking around the factory floor asking the workers. He just look

Why humans should lose and AI should win

The emerging sentience of Artificial Intelligence (AI) scares many. Those who are afraid of it are saying all of us should be. Behind that dire prognosis is something so fundamentally primeval that

Digital India – paperless & cashless Indian economy

With the launch of the Digital India programme in 2015, the government of India has set forth its vision to transform India into a digitally empowered society. The government aims to empower ever

Job market is currently experiencing structural change: Nathan

SV Nathan, partner and chief talent officer, Deloitte India spoke to Praggya Guptaa about the current job market situation and the upcoming opportunities in India. How would you a

Get treated by robot at govt hospital

A robot will treat cancer and other diseases at Delhi’s Safdarjung hospital. Union minister Ashwini Kumar Choubey informed parliament that for operationalisation of robotic sys



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