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Making AI intelligent

8 Jun 2019 1:15 PM GMT
Author Kartik Hosanagar, a Wharton professor and tech entrepreneur, in his new book, A Human's Guide to Machine Intelligence, shows readers how algorithms and Artificial Intelligence have become irrevocable aspects of our life that must be exploited for enhanced performance. Excerpts:


1 Jun 2019 12:24 PM GMT
Radhakrishnan Pillai's Chanakya and the Art of War draws upon lessons from the great teacher, philosopher and strategist Chanakya's masterpiece, Arthashastra, which can help us become innovative and influential. Excerpts:

India @ World

25 May 2019 12:24 PM GMT
Raghav Bahl's Super Century offers a cogent and candid assessment of the need to address India's foreign and domestic agendas simultaneously if we desire to thrive as a nation – the world is moving too fast to allow us to deal with one set of problems before moving on to another. Excerpts:


18 May 2019 2:16 PM GMT
Luke Coutinho & Anushka Shetty's The Magic Weight Loss Pill shows us that nothing parallels the power and impact that simply sustained lifestyle changes can have on a person who's struggling to regain a healthy body or suffering from a chronic disease. Excerpts:

The Myth of ACHE DIN?

4 May 2019 4:03 PM GMT
Salman Anees Soz’s The Great Disappointment presents a critical assessment of India's tryst with Prime Minister Modi's brand of economics. For five years, India has survived several hiccups to craft many new stories, under this debatable 'Modinomics'. Excerpts:


30 March 2019 4:22 PM GMT
S Hussain Zaidi is back with another thriller – this time, in Dawood's Mentor, he delves into the friendship between Dawood and Khalid Khan Bachcha that eventually led to the formation of the dreaded D-Company; Excerpts:

Man v/s Machine

23 March 2019 3:37 PM GMT
Atul Jalan’s Where Will Man Take Us tackles nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence, quantum computing and genetics – seamlessly weaving the future of technology with the changing dynamics of human civilisation. Excerpts:

A Divine Offering

9 March 2019 6:15 PM GMT
Devang Singh & Varud Gupta’s Bhagwaan Ke Pakwaan gives readers a unique travelogue that couples as a cookbook – exploring the nexus of food and faith through the various indigenous communities of India. Excerpts:


23 Feb 2019 3:36 PM GMT
Shivam Shankar Singh’s How to Win an Indian Election takes readers into the forbidden world of election war rooms, giving a glimpse into how strategies are formulated, what works with voters on the ground and what really makes for a winning election campaign. Excerpts:

100 years of Dyer's fire

16 Feb 2019 3:52 PM GMT
Kim A Wagner’s Jallianwala Bagh argues how General Dyer's order to open fire at the heart of Amritsar was an act of crippling fear with telling consequences for the Indian freedom struggle. Excerpts:

The dialectic of Elections

19 Jan 2019 4:02 PM GMT
‘Elections are the site where the deeper dynamics of Indian society are played out’ – argues Bhikhu Parekh in The Great March of Democracy, Edited by S Y Quraishi, that delves into the subtle nuances governing electioneering in India today. Excerpts:

India's tryst with Economics

12 Jan 2019 2:31 PM GMT
In their new book, The Age of Awakening, authors Amit Kapoor & Chirag Yadav painstakingly discuss India’s economic vision – the titans, failures, moral shortcomings and ultimate recuperative measures. Excerpts:
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