By Vivek Wadhwa Spooky action at a distance is how Albert Einstein described one of the key principles of quantum mechanics: entanglement. Entanglement occurs when two particles become related such that they can coordinate their properties ... Qatar Peninsula, 6 days ago
Vivek Wadhwa: Quantum Computing Is About to Overturn Cybersecurity's Balance of Power - Huffington Post, 1 week ago
Quantum computing is about to make big trouble for cybersecurity - Venturebeat, 1 week ago
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Vivek Wadhwa at a TEDx Bay Area Global Women Entrepreneurs Event in 2012. (ttnk/Flickr) Indian-American tech entrepreneur Vivek Wadhwa has built a diverse résumé since immigrating to the United States from Delhi as a young man. In the 1990s, he ...AsiaSource, 2 weeks ago Vivek Wadhwa: Here's how we can reinvent the classroom for the digital age Local Tech Wire, 1 month ago Patents are like nuclear weapons: Vivek Wadhwa Economic Times, 2 months ago Innovation Hub: Wadhwa's Dystopian Future Xconomy, 2 months ago
Silicon Valley has lately come to the realization that it is not the meritocracy it has long pretended to be - at least not for women and most minorities. Now, after years of ignoring the issue, and some serious prodding by the likes of the Rev. Jesse L.NDTV, 2 months ago Farhad Manjoo: Vivek Wadhwa, voice for women in Silicon Valley, is foiled by his tone Business Standard, 2 months ago
Most people are skeptical that we're heading into a clean-energy future. They find it hard to believe that solar energy is fewer than 14 years away from meeting 100 percent of today's energy needs. They argue that today solar energy hardly provides ...Denver Post, 3 weeks ago The significance of Tesla's new batteries Washington Post, 3 weeks ago Innovations: Tesla's Powerwall is the latest step toward our clean-energy future Washington Post, 3 weeks ago Tesla's Powerwall is the latest step toward our clean-energy future Washington Post, 3 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: Brain gain — of the top-of-the-line Silicon Valley variety. Top Indian talent is moving from globally iconic American technology companies to India's star startups. And homes are being shifted from Bay Area to Bangalore. Examples: from ...Times of India, 2 days ago Indian Talents In Silicon Valley Return Home To Join Startups Silicon India, 1 hour ago Why top Indian talent in Silicon Valley is heading back home to join startups Economic Times, 3 days ago It's Ghar Wapsi for the Indian talents in Silicon Valley. Thanks to the startups Business Insider India, 2 days ago
Critics of President Barack Obama's plan to sign a Trans-Pacific agreement that would create the world's biggest free trade zone are missing the point: the biggest threat to U.S. jobs won't come from cheaper imports from Vietnam, Malaysia or Mexico, ...Miami Herald, 7 hours ago
Vivek Wadhwa Think of the starving children in India before you waste the food on your plate, my friends' mothers would say to them. This was in the '60s in New York, where I lived as a child. It was really hurtful and made me feel inferior. So ...Economic Times, 1 day ago 'Indian-Americans ashamed of India's govts, not India' Economic Times, 22 hours ago The adaptable indian Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago
Sudhir Gaur RT @ANI_news : T24 Tiger case: SC asks officials to maintain status quo. Tiger T24 will stay in the rescue centre in Jaipur. Next hearing on… 3 hours ago Ibrahim Khan RT @NewsMobileIndia : T24 Tiger case: SC asks officials to ...NewsR.in, 3 days ago
Provided by Firstpost Narendra Modi had a Twitter fumble. It's not a great fall. He's not Humpty Dumpty who cannot be put together again by all the king's ministers and all the king's bhakts. But yes, it was a rare moment of social (media) ...MSN News US, 4 days ago #NotIndiasPride: India is bigger than UPA, and Modi is not its Moses Firstpost.com, 4 days ago #NotIndiasPride: India is way bigger than the UPA and PM Modi is not its Moses Firstpost.com, 4 days ago #NotIndiasPride: India is much bigger than UPA, and PM Modi is not its Moses Firstpost.com, 4 days ago
There are very few professions in the world where Indians have not excelled in. From drivers, teachers, to scientists, astronauts and CEOs heading global companies, Indians have proved their mettle in every sphere. Another impressive achievement is ...TechGig, 4 days ago
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