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84% Indian consumers feel AI drives better customer experience

According to software company Pegasystems, the study surveyed over 1,000 consumers in India on their views about AI as it relates to morality, ethical behaviour and empathy.

Nokia wins NASA contract to put 4G network on moon

"The system could support lunar surface communications at greater distances, increased speeds and provide more reliability than current standards,"

13.3-inch MacBook Pro to be 1st device with Apple silicon chip

Apple suppliers are reportedly getting ready to manufacture the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro laptops with mini-LED displays starting from 2021.

Samsung invests record $13.1 bn in R&D in first nine months

The ratio of R&D spending to sales reached 9 per cent as of September, up from 7.7 per cent at the end of last year.

Google releases final version of Android 10 for Pixel smartphones

"With this release, we focused on making everyday life easier with features powered by on-device machine learning as well as supporting new technologies like foldables and 5G."

Tamil Nadu CM leaves for 3-nation foreign tour to attract investors

Palaniswami, the first state chief minister to travel abroad in decades, insisted his voyage was only meant to attract investments, and meet potential investors as part of it.

STEM careers in India continue to experience gender gap

"Half of respondents said STEM careers in India continue to experience a gender gap, with women lagging behind."

Employees would rather lose job to robots than people

"Even when unemployment results from the introduction of new technologies, people still judge it in a social context."

Hyderabad based ‘Novel’ walls to help tackle labour shortage

Based on the contract, Novel does the form-work engineering only or build the walls with concrete.

ICRISAT to help Telangana tribal farmers learn new ways of farming

The visits will give 500 farmers a chance to learn about innovative farming techniques, develop marketing strategies for their produce, and enhance their knowledge.

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