A Deeper Alliance With Deepfake
While it has gained notoriety for its unethical use, deepfake technology has the ability to revolutionise businesses in areas like advertising, education and political campaigning. Regulatory support and greater inclusion in the formal IT sector can lend it the much-needed legitimacy
Nandini Keshari - February 01, 2024
Sanjeev Barnwal, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Meesho
Sanjeev Barnwal loves beaches. They offer the perfect backdrop for a serene vacation, he feels
December 29, 2023
Within months of becoming chief minister of Himachal Pradesh, a mountain state vulnerable to natural disasters, Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu proved his mettle by spearheading the evacuation of 75,000 tourists during floods in Kullu this year
Neeraj Thakur - December 01, 2023
IDFC First is Digitally Savvy, Knows Customers Well to Build Services Around Their Needs: Madhivanan Balakrishnan
The executive director and chief operating officer of IDFC First Bank talks about its commitment to its customers and how it has employed its digital savviness to improve its services
Suchetana Ray - October 01, 2023
Organisations That Can Quickly Adapt To Change Will Flourish: Debadatta Chand
Sayajirao Gaekwad III, the king of the erstwhile princely state of Baroda, set up several institutions to modernise the state. One of them was Bank of Baroda, which completed 115 years of operations last month. It is India’s second largest public-sector bank as per total business as of March 31, 2023. Debadatta Chand, the bank's MD and CEO, talks about its glorious past and the transformational changes that continue to keep it relevant
Rajat Mishra - July 28, 2023
When a Corporation Traverses 100 Years Sans a Formula
Centennial companies have weathered the storms of time, evolving their ownership structures to adapt to the changing dynamics at the macro, meso and micro levels and at socio-economic-political-institutional, business, society and family levels.
Nupur Pavan Bang - July 28, 2023
Mastering the Chip Shot
As developed nations around the world eye supremacy in global semiconductor supply, will India manage to make a space for itself? Or will geopolitics and historical challenges prevent the country from building the hitherto elusive chip ecosystem?
Abdul Haleem Sherif - June 30, 2023
The Rainbow Challenge
If the Supreme Court accepts the demand of same-sex couples for legalisation of their marriages, it will pave the way for them to get long-denied rights like inheritance, adoption, etc. But it will also open a Pandora’s box of compliance complications for government and corporate machineries
Naina Gautam - May 30, 2023
"Workers of the world, unite!” Thus proclaimed the Communist Manifesto in 1848, as Marx and Engels invoked a world order where workers would take over the machinery of capitalism. A dictatorship of the proletariat!
Suchetana Ray - May 30, 2023
Mahatma Gandhi believed modern technology is “machinery with only consideration of profit”. His belief is likely to have inspired Charlie Chaplin to make Modern Times, say trivia lovers.
Suchetana Ray - December 31, 2022