by Sakshi Singh Ladies and gentlemen, Who’s the driver and who’s the rider? Whenever there’s an evolution in technology, two things happen: easier lives for some and tougher lives for others. Let’s elaborate this a bit. On April 30, 1993, when the World Wide Web was released into the public domain, the entire world witnessed …

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by Sakshi Singh Now that India has given its ambitious moon mission another shot after the 2019 failure, the spotlight is once again on the programme’s potential to propel the space sector and drive economic growth. Chandrayaan-3 is India’s third lunar mission and second attempt at achieving a soft landing on the moon’s surface. Launch …

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by Sarmad Shahbaz Artificial Intelligence (AI) and education came into sharp focus as youth ministers from Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Americas, Europe, and the Pacific convened for the first day of their historic summit. Meeting after a six-year hiatus, during which ministries were forced to grapple with deepening global financial crises, growing climate concerns …

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by Sameer Misra In a truly remarkable achievement that has captured the attention of the Commonwealth and the world, India has etched its name in history by becoming the first country to successfully land a spacecraft near the moon’s enigmatic south pole. The awe-inspiring event unfolded on August 23, 2023, as India’s Chandrayaan-3 mission achieved …

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by Chiara Hattotuwa Back in 2021, you may have been familiar with the sudden craze regarding AI generated art that flooded the feeds of almost every social media user. Images of brightly coloured amalgamations of oil pastel art were seemingly everywhere, and the incompetence of the AI programs at piecing together any form of comprehensible …

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by Adedoyin Ajayi Several years ago, AI would have been thought to be little more than robots walking in choreographed motions, grabbing you a glass of wine from your kitchen, thus saving you the agony of missing portions of your favourite TV show. However, AI is more, far more than that. Every time you make …

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