TraCount, developed by IISc Bengaluru researchers, uses convolutional neural networks to accurately count the number of vehicles in high-congestion areas.
The tables have turned in Rohtak. City residents are reporting policemen breaking the law by sending in photographs and videos via WhatsApp.
3rdEyeDude, an Bangalore techie, uses a Pivothead camera to capture videos of road traffic violations, and reports them to the city police on Twitter.
Ultimately, it all boils down to one thing: the current model of display advertising that Indian publishers use is broken and unsustainable in the long term.
India’s leading news websites have been jamming hideous roll-over and banner ads on their pages for years, but if you …
Over the last three weeks, Indian news publishers lost about 100 million page views to their websites and apps — …