Deep Neural Networks: The Tale of a New Technology

By Harish Pai Whether your work requires you to classify cucumber types, screen diabetics for debilitating eye conditions or equip self-driving cars for the road—deep neural networks can help your organization in getting your work done in more intelligent and automated ways than has been possible so far. A relatively new and exciting branch [...]

Now, ‘Smart’ And Steady Wins The Race

By Sanjay Govil How much do you know about your favorite sportsperson? You will certainly know their jersey numbers, their preferred move, their technical strengths. Depending on the degree of your interest in the game, you might have memorized statistics of their best performances and milestones. Of course, today, it’s possible to know a lot [...]

Preserving the ‘care’ in healthcare

By Sanjay Govil Did you think that the future of healthcare was an automated facility where patients only spoke to machines? If you said “yes”, think again. It is easier to get help from a qualified mental help therapist today than it was, say, a decade ago, and this doesn’t mean an AI-powered therapist. Today, [...]

Boosting Business Outcomes by Mining Unstructured Data

By Harish Pai, SVP & CTO Animated discussions about the relevance of unstructured data to business goals have a broad consensus about one thing: that it is just a matter of time before industries across the board will embrace its unquestioned application and make it a central part of everyday functioning. Why? There is mounting [...]

Ransomware in Healthcare: What can healthcare organizations do to buffer themselves?

By Amit Srivastav Detractors of digitalization have always held that the openness and interconnectivity its services enable are an unabashed invitation for abuse. To them, the recent spate of attacks by an especially virulent kind of malicious software—ransomware—on healthcare systems is an unfortunate but wholly predictable outcome of transparency itself. Ransomware, which has the ignoble [...]

A Memo From Your Body: Can It Exist And How Far Can It Go?

By Harish Pai Imagine your body sent you a daily memo—telling you which muscles were worn out, how your stomach acids were behaving, and that an additional intake of vitamin C would do you good. I believe you’d think that this would be very helpful. We have come to expect ready information, convenience, and swiftness [...]

Digital Transformation In The Healthcare Industry—A Force For Good

By Amit Srivastav Imagine being cured of recurring migraines by personalized genome-based prescriptions. Or, being reminded by your connected watch to limit your portions at meal times to keep diabetes at bay. Imagine being able to stay calm during a medical emergency and simply arrive at the closest hospital, without frantically putting together your medical [...]

Next-Generation Commerce Has Arrived, And Technology Is Shaping It

By Upinder Zutshi It was the early 2000s when the iTunes Music Store sold a million songs in the first week of its launch. That simple act of sitting in front of a computer screen instead of walking into a record shop, and purchasing a song online—not a full album, not a physical record or [...]

5 ways that you can set your sales team up for Success!

By Anjana Arora - Senior VP, Market Strategy At the heart of any organization’s growth is its sales team. The people it consists of, the opportunities they are uniquely positioned to seize and the way they deliver results all play a crucial role in defining a company’s outlook and the path it adopts to evolve [...]

Employment Creation – The Ultimate Form of Social Responsibility

By Sanjay Govil - Chairman I was navigating regular weekday traffic on my way to office the other day, when I looked around at all the others, who like me were heading to work. Almost everyone I saw, across socio-economic categories, was at work—for some, work had already begun, while others were starting their day. [...]