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BharOS: India intends to build its own indigenous operating system ...

Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Minister for Communications, Electronics and Information Technology, and Union Education Minister, tested ‘BharOS,’ an indigenous operating system developed by the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, on Tuesday (IIT).” “Congratulations to everyone involved in the system’s development. When our Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke about digital India for the first time eight years… Continue reading BharOS: India intends to build its own indigenous operating system for smartphones

Admin - January 30, 2023

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GPTZero App Spots Content written by Artificial Intelligence

While Chat GPT is hardly a reliable source of information, it has already gained an actual use case among students – essay cheating. The AI chatbot can write essays that would normally take a human hours to complete in seconds. Edward Tian, a computer science student at Princeton, was clearly dissatisfied with this and dedicated… Continue reading GPTZero App Spots Content written by Artificial Intelligence

Admin - January 16, 2023

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Open AI’s Chat GPT – A green horizon for Gen Z and Gen Alpha?

Throughout the years, the world has been focusing on the prospects of AI, machine learning, and many other technologies, but now the destined future stone has arrived, poised to change the face of literature and art. Open AI, known for its Dall-E-dominated social media feeds, is back with Chat GPT, a chatbot developed using GPT-3… Continue reading Open AI’s Chat GPT – A green horizon for Gen Z and Gen Alpha?

Admin - January 10, 2023

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Drive Sustainable Agriculture Practices with Agrolly’s OpenTempus a...

Climate change has affected crop production at the global level. It has become increasingly difficult for farmers to continue agriculture’s previous practices due to the significant change in climate and unpredictable weather conditions. Increases in temperatures, changes in precipitation patterns, extreme weather events, and reductions in water availability may impact agricultural productivity. Farmers need innovative… Continue reading Drive Sustainable Agriculture Practices with Agrolly’s OpenTempus and Fight Climate Change

Admin - January 3, 2023

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Red Hat announced Red Hat Device Edge to run Edge Computing Workloads

Red Hat Device Edge, recently announced by Red hat Inc., is an enterprise-ready and supported distribution of Kubernetes named MicroShift. It is an edge-optimized OS built from Red Hat Enterprise Linux. It broadens the space in which Red Hat platform users can run edge computing workloads, including field-deployed devices such as IoT gateways, point-of-sale terminals,… Continue reading Red Hat announced Red Hat Device Edge to run Edge Computing Workloads

Admin - December 30, 2022

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AgStack Project to Open-Source the Codebase to Build Global Dataset...

The Linux Foundation , a global non-profit organization has announced that its AgStack project will host a new open-source code base, alongside a fully automated, continuous computation engine, to create, maintain and host a global dataset of the registry of boundaries for agricultural fields. This initiative will enable food traceability, carbon tracking, crop production, and… Continue reading AgStack Project to Open-Source the Codebase to Build Global Dataset of Agricultural Field Boundaries

Admin - December 27, 2022

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