EDITORIAL

Uncovering Computer Vision with
Samyak Datta

1st August, 2017

With Computer Vision, Machine Learning and Neural Nets becoming some of the most discussed and highly researched topics in the field of Computer Science, we were lucky to have a conversation with Samyak Datta who is the author of the…

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‘Elements’ of Hobbes

26th June, 2017

Aleppo has always been an unusual city because it is one of the few places on Earth that have been inhabited continuously since 6th millennium BC. Aleppo’s wealth of ancient buildings and its remarkable blend of people—Sunni Arabs, Christians, Greeks…

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The Reality of Noetics

18th April, 2017

There exist a multitude of ways through which one can ponder over the secrets that are hidden from the mankind. It can be through the avenue of sciences which focuses on objective evaluation through experimentation and measurement, hence reducing bias…

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Is More ‘Fundamentally’ Different ?

13th April, 2017

      Fitzgerald: The rich are different from us. Hemingway: Yes, they have more money. (A dialogue in Paris in 1920s)       The most beautiful thought that many of the human beings have ever had might probably…

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Memes are Coming

8th April, 2017

Reportedly, a count of more than 11000 votes in the US Presidential Elections, huge pop culture references from songs to screens, sparking debates on variety of topics from morality of zoo officials to proper parenting, websites and whole businesses being…

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A Dell and Adele

3rd April, 2017

In today’s world of digitalisation, the number of hours a person sits in front of a screen every day, is astounding. This saturation is not only overwhelming but can be dehumanising as well. With our increased dependence on technology, we…

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Future of the Telecom Sector

18th March, 2017

The Telecom Industry has certainly been a hot topic for the past few months. While the Indian subsidiary of Britain’s top telecom company, Vodafone, and Aditya Birla Group’s Idea Cellular are on the verge of joining hands to become India’s…

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In Science, We Trust!

28th February, 2017

There has been no other time in the history of mankind when information is as readily available for everybody as it is today. The difference in the levels of accessibility has also narrowed down. Same research papers, experimental outcomes, and…

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