Why Conventional Research is Still Relevant in Times of AI

Why Conventional Research is Still Relevant in Times of AI

January 10, 2020 Sudip Saha 0

Spending on AI and cognitive systems is pegged to soar over US$ 55 billion by 2021, signaling the growing penetration of these technologies across various industries. You would be forgiven to think that the case would be no different with the market research industry, with quantitative market data giving way to deep customer insights. This, […]

Classpass Acquired Singapore-based Fitness Company GuavaPass Expanding the Company’s Reach in 11 Asian Markets

January 9, 2019 Editor 0

ClassPass, a subscription based fitness training startup has acquired Singapore-based GuavaPass for an undisclosed amount. With the acquisition US company will get access to 11 Asian countries which includes Bangkok, Kuala Lampur, Jakarta, Mumbai, Hong Kong, Dubai, Shanghai, Manila, Abu Dhabi, Beijing including Singapore. A statement by GuavaPass reiterates that ClassPass will absorb half of […]

Weight Measurement Norms Get Redefined, Focus on Impact Creation Gains Ground

December 26, 2018 Editor 0

The weight measurement landscape has always been a diversified one, with various units associated with various entities. One of a recent one was by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures, the standard organization for redefining measurement landscape, transformed the official definition of a kilogram associated with a physical object’s weight to a mathematical formula […]

John L. Hennessy

Mr. Hennessy & Mr. Patterson recognized by Turing Award for their Pioneering RISC Approach in Computing

March 22, 2018 Nikhil Kaitwade 0

Former president of Stanford University, John Hennessy, along with his long-time collaborator David Patterson, a computer science professor emeritus at University of California, Berkeley, has been awarded the Turing Award 2017. The award is attributed to Mr. Hennessy’s work that pioneered an approach toward computer architecture, coupled with its influence on the microprocessor advancements. RISC […]

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