Of late, there has been a lot of debate on how the Artificial Intelligence (AI) should be regulated. Governments around the world have stressed that AI should be governed by a strong set of regulations. Sundar Pichai, who leads both Google and Alphabet Inc, has extended his support to these growing calls for regulating AI. … [Read more...] about Sundar Pichai calls for regulating Artificial Intelligence but with a careful approach
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By R Venkataraman The opening lines of A Tale of Two Cities is most apt to summarize the state of the Indian stock market and the economy: The stock market that trades at highs is having the best of times whereas the faltering economic growth is facing the worst of times. It is the epoch of belief that Indian economy will hit the $5 trillion GDP mark and how it will get there is the epoch of incredulity. It is also the season of hope that worst is behind us and season of darkness, especially on various fronts like employment. And so on. During my recent travels and meetings with different types of investors and corporates of all sizes, the common question was: “Why is the market going up when the economy is struggling?” And in spite of Sensex ruling above the 40,000 mark and Nifty above 12,000, no one seems to be happy. In the past, such psychological levels have been celebrated by releasing balloons from top of stock exchanges and TV anchors coming out in their creative … [Read more...] about Rising markets, falling economy: Which indicator will reverse first?
If the US expects the Sino-US trade talks to yield unrealistic results in its favor, it will only be disappointed. And if the US continues to be hostile to the Chinese systems, the pace of China's reform and opening-up may slow, increasing the pressure on reform officials. In fact, the trade war triggered by the US has greatly hurt the interests of Chinese enterprises such as Huawei, which could prompt them to ask the government to set up trade barriers to protect national economic interests. This will not be good for any country. … [Read more...] about For a philosophical China-US coexistence
Living in diversity is tough. What one considers ‘fun’ or ‘normal’, may be objectionable to or discomfit another. So, the mental model has to shift from the self to how another may perceive an action. The law in India points to two forms of harassment: quid pro quo (this for that) or hostile work environment. It pretty much draws any ‘unwelcome’ physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of sexual nature under the radar of harassment. Casual touching, loose remarks or ‘men will be men’ actions by a male colleague are prone to sexually hostile interpretations. … [Read more...] about Making workplaces safer for women