Prajakta Hebbar

Prajakta Hebbar

Prajakta is a Writer/Editor/Social Media diva. Lover of all that is 'quaint', her favourite things include dogs, Starbucks, butter popcorn, Jane Austen novels and neo-noir films. She has previously worked for HuffPost, CNN IBN, The Indian Express and Bose.

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Chai Point Goes The Tech Way, Uses Apps, IoT, To Serve Corporate Clients

Nobody needs to teach Amuleek Singh Bijral, founder of the wildly popular Chai Point, the…

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Artificial Intelligence Is Changing How Companies Hire; It’s No Longer Just About Killer Resumés And Vibrant Personality

Looking for the right candidate in any organisation has become more than just finding a…

Amazon Reportedly Working On A Pet Translator Device That’ll Help Them Talk To Their Humans

  If you envied Dr Doolittle’s abilities to chat with animals, sing songs with them…

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‘Balls have zero to me to me’: What happened when Facebook’s AI chatbots Bob & Alice created their own language

Barely had the debate over Artificial Intelligence being “too intelligent” had simmered down, and people…

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Nitin Gadkari’s comment about not allowing driverless cars may be primitive, but can the smart cars handle Indian roads?

Earlier this week when Nitin Gadkari, Minister for Road Transport and Shipping, said that driverless…

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Who Was Maryam Mirzakhani?

Geneius, humble, dedicated, etc, are only a handful of adjectives from the slew of obituaries…

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Microsoft’s new AI-based app will help visually impaired people ‘see’ what’s around them

In a move that could potentially expand the horizons of visually-impaired mobile phone users, tech…

Mu Sigma Chairman Dhiraj Rajaram buys back ex-wife’s shares in the company, becomes largest stake-holder

In a not-so-surprising move, noted big data unicorn Mu Sigma’s chairman Dhiraj Rajaram bought out…

Robots as journalists? Google funding new programme to automate writing and compiling local news

Graduating from menial chores on mobile phones and personal computers, artificial intelligence seems to be…