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Robots could replace soldiers in warfare - Is that a good thing?
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Does Stephen Hawking have a solution for the "most dangerous t...

Updated Dec. 9, 2016 at 6:43 a.m. Published: 2016-12-09 06:42:33 Updated: 2016-12-09 06:43:45 Vivek Wadhwa By Vivek Wadhwa Stephen Hawking made a bold headline last week: This is the most dangerous time for our planet. In an essayin the ... Local Tech Wire, 4 hours ago

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Twitter's looking better than it did a few months ago

Just three months ago Carnegie Mellon University's Vivek Wadhwa told CNBC that "Twitter is toast." Twitter's world looks very different now. After all buying interest in the company dried up, Twitter reported earnings that beat estimates and ...
 CNBC1 month ago

Delhi chikungunya outbreak: Centre must declare state of emergency, says US academician Vivek Wadhwa

Even as Delhi continues to deal with the biggest-ever chikungunya outbreak and its aftermath, the health disaster has already been relegated to the back-burner of hot news items. Surgical strikes against terrorists, India-Pak relations, and ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

Samsung execs know they 'have a disaster on their hands,' technology expert says

Wadhwa: Samsung is in crisis mode Vivek Wadhwa, Carnegie Mellon professor of engineering, discusses Samsung's Note7 recall and the steps the company needs to take towards crisis management. Samsung may need to declare defeat with its Note 7 device, ...
 CNBC1 month ago

The Government Failed U.S. Workers on Global Trade. It Must Do Better on Technology.

loading... Authors: Vivek Wadhwa, Director of Research, Center for Entrepreneurship and Research Commercialization, Duke University, and Edward Alden, Bernard L. Schwartz Senior Fellow November 3, 2016 The Washington Post Global trade and ...
 Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago When the US government underestimated globalization, workers suffered. It must do better on technology.  Quartz1 month ago The government failed US workers on global trade — it must do better on tech  Venturebeat1 month ago
Denver Post

Wadhwa: Fake news is just the beginning

Rodrigo Buendia, Facebook CEO and chairman Mark Zuckerberg, responding to concerns about the spread of fake news on Facebook, said recently that The problems here are complex, both technically and philosophically. By Vivek Wadhwa, Special to The ...
 Denver Post2 weeks ago Fake news is just the beginning  Gulf News2 weeks ago Fake news is just the beginning, there is much more ahead  Venturebeat2 weeks ago
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Medicine will advance more in the next 10 years than it did in the past centuryVivek WadhwaInfluencer

 Pulse - LinkedIn1 month ago Tech & health: Future perfect  Financial Mail2 weeks ago How Software Is Fueling Another Medical Revolution  Inc.com1 month ago

What Stephen Hawking gets right and wrong about the most dangerous time for our planetVivek WadhwaInfluencer

 Pulse - LinkedIn19 hours ago

An Indian immigrant asks where Trump's bigotry will leave America

By Vivek Wadhwa Two examples of Muslim-bashing in Silicon Valley spook Vivek Wadhwa I still can't get over the surprise -- or should I say shock -- of hearing a Sikh woman implore other Sikhs to vote for Donald Trump. This was at Gurudwara, a ...
 TD Ameritrade1 month ago UPDATE: To the Indians supporting Trump: You may be demonized next  TD Ameritrade1 month ago An Indian Immigrant Asks Where Donald Trump's Bigotry Will Leave America  News18.com1 month ago Indian immigrant asks where Trump's bigotry will leave America  MSN News US1 month ago

Shivam shines in St Joseph's win

Shivam MB struck a patient century to propel St Joseph's Boys High School to a mammoth 192-run win over Vivekananda School in the under-14 Group I, Division I cricket tournament for the KSCA Cup here. St Joseph's High School batted first and posted a modest ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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