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    Of Brides and Google’s attempts to culturally sensitise AI

    Can AI be culturally biased? Well, it already is. Due to reasons both historic and economic, many of the datasets available for object recognition mainly feature images from the West, which leads to machine learning that reflects the bias inherent in them. For example, current image recognition systems are likely to recognize a scene and […]

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    5 Greatest AI Villains In Cinema

    It’s easy to assume that every depiction of an AI villain in cinema is simply a tech-addled retelling of the Frankenstein story, however the discerning science fiction aficionado can most certainly tell villainous genius from the ordinary rogue. Here is our list of the top 5 AI villains in Hollywood cinema: (Warning: Spoilers ahead.) 5. WOPR […] More

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    5 AI Books Worth Reading In 2018

    The oncoming dawn of an AI dominated age has sparked an enormous amount of literature on the subject over the past few years. A number of fascinating books have come out in 2018 that deal with both the micro and the macro-level effects of Artificial Intelligence on society, politics and the economy. Here is a […] More

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    Measuring ideas based on customer benefit in Design Thinking

    Deepa Bachu, the CEO and Cofounder of Pensaar spoke at the ProductGeeks Conference 2018 on the design thinking process that has enabled her to work with the leading firms of the day. In this part of her talk, Deepa speaks about the ‘Dream’ stage of her design thinking process – part of 4 non-linear stages […] More

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    This virtual reality meditation kit runs on your brainwaves

    Calling itself a ‘well-being tool’ and a ‘neuro-meditation device’, Heal-ium is a mix of VR, brain sensors and multimedia that are combined to combat stress and anxiety. A low profile headband called the brain-computer interface detects electrical activity in your brain, and a virtual reality headset immerses you in an experience driven by your biometrics. According […] More

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    This smart wallet will allow you trace it when lost

    Ekster is a Netherlands based startup that offers smart wallets which come in the form of standard wallets or even phone cases and they all feature a mechanism to pop out your cards with a button, RFID blocking to prevent data theft (on RFID enabled credit cards), trackability via the TrackR Crowd GPS system and […] More

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    Delhi based Trazor wants to replace your entire shaving kit with one device

    Grooming products have seen something of a startup boom over the last few years. Startups like Harry’s and Dollar Shave Club, and more closer to home, Ustraa, have disrupted an industry dominated by legacy heavyweights for decades. Delhi-based Trazor is working on an all-in-one trimmer and shaver that goes beyond typical ones as it combines […] More

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    Connecting the dots for insights with Design Thinking

    Deepa Bachu, the CEO and Cofounder of Pensaar spoke at the ProductGeeks Conference 2018 on the design thinking process that has enabled her to work with the leading firms of the day. In this part of her talk, Deepa speaks about the ‘Insight’ stage of her design thinking process -part of 4 non-linear stages – […] More

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