Artificial intelligence can benefit us in many ways. But does it have to be at the cost of privacy? Is there a middle ground?
As India inches closer towards enacting a law for data protection, an expert committee appointed by the government of India …
The draft legislation is expected to be ready in about a year.
FactorDaily caught up with Pramod Varma to understand the technology behind the GST regime, the power of data, and India’s data privacy law.
With no official tree census in place, Project Vruksha and Gubbi Labs are leveraging data and crowdsourcing to build tree maps of Bengaluru.
Digital nomad Osama Manzar shares his next battle — fighting greedy companies looking to assemble all of the world’s data to serve their corporate interests.
FactorDaily’s Date with Data Science event kickstarted a conversation between experts and data science aspirants about how to get started in this field.
Crypto is being used by everyone with a digital presence, whether or not they are aware of it. And it’s set to move beyond privacy and security issues.
The City Police Commissionerate’s Integrated Information Hub which plans to collect user data from various sources will leave citizen data open to abuse.
If Chandrababu Naidu succeeds in putting Andhra Pradesh back on the growth map, it can show India the to the future.
The Indian customs department from November 26, 2016, stopped publishing an important trade dataset and it’s affected a lot of traders and small businesses adversely.
Open App has bagged a $2 million contract to deploy 1,00,000 units of IOT-based smart locks on a leading ISP’s internet switch boxes.
Will Mu Sigma, India’s only profitable unicorn, be able to survive the storm? This story attempts to answer that question.
India’s e-commerce market is stagnating. The primary reason for this is that discounting has reduced. But, e-commerce players have also …
In the raging discussion about 4G and getting a billion unconnected Indians online, we have lost sight of the dismal state of wired broadband in the country.