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Now the number of internet users in India is set to cross the 450 million mark this year. ~By Shailaja Paramathma The surreal way in which the extraterrestrial beings in the movie Avatar can connect and talk to animals and trees around them and also establish contact with their ancestors will become a reality on earth soon. Through the Internet of Things (IoT), we too will be able to communicate with every physical thing around us and also be able to access memories (essentially data) from all over the world. IoT will allow physical things to sense, interact, collaborate and communicate with other physical things, without needing human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. Evolution of technology As smart chips become smaller and cheaper, they will be embedded in more and more objects that we purchase or use. Scope of the matter. US officials busy limiting damage from Trump’s Qatar tweets - APNLive. Qatar says ties with Islamists were known to US establishment By Abu Turab President Donald Trump’s recent spree of tweets alleging Qatar for supporting terrorism and funding “radical ideology” has generated lot of pressure on administration officials to mitigate its impact on a long time Washington ally, which hosts the main US military base for operations in the Middle East.
After Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain cut diplomatic ties and air, land and sea contacts with Qatar, President Trump, referring to his recent visit to Saudi Arabia tweeted saying “during my recent trip to Middle East I stated that there can no longer be funding of Radical Ideology. Leaders pointed to Qatar—Look” In another tweet, Trump said “(Saudi Arabia and its allies) said they would like a hard line on funding extremism, and all reference was pointing to Qatar. Latest Law News. Demonetisation hurts India, GDP rate slips - APNLive. The growth rate has slowed to 6.1 percent in the January-March 2017 quarter India’s economic growth has taken a hit due to demonetisation and it now shows, according to the government’s own data.
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate was 6.1 per in the January-March quarter, the immediate three months after demonetisation was announced to a shocked nation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the evening of November 9, 2016. Senior ministers, very senior bureaucrats and a zillion media practitioners had forecast nil or very marginal effects on the economy. That doesn’t seem to be the case. The overall GDP growth for 2016-17 was at 7.1 per cent compared to the previous year’s 8 percent. The data released by the Central Statistics Office said the Gross Value Added (GVA) slipped sharply to 6.6 per cent in the last financial year ended March 31, from 7.9 per cent growth in 2015-16.
Google reveals a new AI chip for sale via cloud - APNLive. The company is seeing its artificial intelligence capabilities as drivers for cloud success.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the arrival of the new Artificial Intelligence (AI) chip, a unique computer processor which is designed to perform for Machine Learning- a method responsible for Google’s success on voice recognition, text translations and search rankings. The announcement was made at its annual developer conference. Unlike the previous chip, which Google kept for its internal AI needs, it will now sell the chip through its new cloud service. Shifting its focus from mobile software, this year’s annual conference has stressed on Google’s efforts to develop the search giant into an AI-first company. In an effort to make money beyond digital advertising, Google sees its new AI chip as vital for success in the cloud. To gain in the public cloud market, Google is leaning on its AI prowess and has revealed its own new web portal housing all of the company’s efforts.
Latest Legal Issues. Deoband issues fatwa to curb triple talaq - APNLive. The edict from Deoband comes when the arguments in the Supreme Court are about to end.
By Abu Turab At a time when the Supreme Court is hearing petitions against triple talaq, the Darul Uloom Deoband, a seminary of Sunni Muslims, has issued a fatwa, which could pave the way for resolving the religio-political issue. The fatwa says misuse of triple talaq could be curbed if conditions against the use of undesired custom were included in the Nikahnama (marriage contract). According to Urdu daily Inquilab, former Madhya Pradesh High Court Justice Suhel Ejaz Siddiqui, who has been concerned at the ongoing dispute, said the fatwa issued on March 30, 2017, can be helpful in preparing a model Nikahnama, which may be accepted by the Supreme Court. He said Maulana Arshad Madani, president of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind has played an instrumental role in getting the fatwa issued. Justice Ejaz Siddiqui said the Nikahnama is a civil contract and cannot be without conditions. Current legal news in India. Legal news India.
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