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Emerging techs now part of curriculum: ICAI chief

ICAI is teaching students as part of the curriculum, aspects such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, cyber security and data analytics, said Biswarup Basu, president, ICAI.

GMR Group signs MoU with Airbus

To collaborate on aircraft maintenance, airport services, technologies and innovation.

GMR Group signs memorandum of understanding with Airbus

The MoU was signed at Aero India 2021, Bengaluru. GMR Group and Airbus will team up to explore potential synergies in several strategic areas of aviation services including maintenance, components, training, digital and airport services.

Musk to donate $100 mn for best carbon capture technology

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a combination of technologies designed to prevent the release of Carbon dioxide generated through conventional power generation and industrial production processes by injecting the Carbon dioxide in suitable underground storage reservoirs.

Hyundai’s philanthropic arm signs MoU with IIT Delhi to support research

Besides, the philanthropic arm - Hyundai Motor India Foundation - donated a KONA Electric for IIT Delhi students to study alternate energy powered vehicles and emerging technologies to innovate new age mobility solutions.

Technologies will create new opportunities for MSMEs: Jayesh Ranjan

IT and Industries Secretary urged the MSME’s to tap into global consumer value chain and increase export of Made in India goods and services

OneBasket to raise funds by early 2021

Full-stack supply chain platform uses AI and ML to trace and grade food grains for farmers

LG licenses ice-making tech for French-door refrigerators to Electrolux

Under the agreement, Electrolux will be able to produce and sell French-door refrigerators using patented technologies developed by LG. The value of the deal was not disclosed, reports Yonhap news agency.

TS EAMCET: 18,210 seats to be created in new courses

With addition of new courses and seats, there will be over 82,000 seats available in the engineering colleges under the JNTU-H

Only 33% Indian CEOs confident of growth in domestic economy

This figure was 78 per cent and 84 per cent at the beginning of the year, respectively. This weakened view on the growth prospects is in line with that of CEOs globally.

Realme eyes 25% overall market share in India this festive season

"This is the right time to launch feature-rich products with segment-leading technologies across price points, to offer consumers a wide range of options in the run-up to the festive season."

Will ‘strictly abide’ by new China export rules: ByteDance

China updated the list of technologies that are subject to export bans last week amid pressure on the app's parent company ByteDance by the White House to divest its business in the US quickly or face an effective ban.

China’s new export rules may put spanner in TikTok’s US deal

The new update in the export rules cover restrictions on technologies such as text analysis, content recommendation and voice-recognition, said the report.

Flipkart launches startup accelerator programme

Bengaluru: Flipkart on Monday announced the launch of 'Flipkart Leap' -- the company's first startup accelerator programme. With the call-for-entries beginning on Monday, 'Flipkart...

Decision in Oracle’s favour will limit consumers’ freedom: Google

Oracle appealed the decision and the jury ruled in favour of the Cloud major. Google last year filed a petition in the US Supreme Court to review the decision.

Toyota Kirloskar Motor to focus on localisation to derisk business

The company, which is a joint venture between Japanese auto major Toyota and the Kirloskar Group, is increasing local content in car manufacturing as well as planning to produce hybrid systems

Samsung to arm engineering students in new-age tech in India

Called ‘Samsung PRISM' (Preparing and Inspiring Student Minds), the projects under the programme will be taken up by a team of students and a professor, with a mentor from the Samsung R&D Institute Bangalore (SRI-B) training and guiding them, the company said in a statement.

Malicious spam targeting India’s manufacturing, export detected

The timely detection and blocking of such attack campaigns is essential for maintaining the integrity and trust in the businesses.

Software provider Amdocs to lay off 1,000 employees: Report

Amdocs employs 25,000 people globally, and over 10,000 employees are in India which is its biggest research and development hub. The company has development centres in Pune and Gurugram.

India needs ubiquitous IoT connectivity to be truly Atmanirbhar

The world is witnessing the fourth industrial revolution. Ever newer technologies are changing the way industries and businesses operate. In the midst of all...

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