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Modi reviews infra projects, calls for new tech to ramp up roads, coal

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged his officials to explore new technologies for ramping up road-building and boosting coal output, as part of the broader objective of pushing
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The Future Of The CEO In The Age Of The Machine

This column looks at the role that CEOs who are not digital natives will play in transitioning their companies to age of the machine.
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How Unified Technology Platforms Can Improve Airline Operations

The notion that better technology can help airlines deliver on their respective brand promises and even deliver improved financials can help reframe the conversation about investing in integrated tech platforms.
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Heres what women in tech actually think about their employers

From: Mashable By Emma Hinchliffe Recommended by: Mashable We know the stats: women hold about 21 percent of technical jobs at Silicon Valley's top companies.Many of the women who make up that 21 percent have some feedback about
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Why You Should Let Machines Make Decisions For You

From:   By: Ayushman Baruah Via: Why You Should Let Machines Make
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The New Rules For Business Success In the Digital Age

Note: This is part one of a two part series on what’s required of successful leadership in the digital age. Part two posts tomorrow. Leadership of progressive organizations is becoming increasingly difficult as technology, powered by
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How to bring humanity and tech together Innovators and advocates on hope for the future

From: Mashable By Aaron Orendorff Recommended by: Mashable The headlines are everywhere.Social media makes us narcissists. Screen time atrophies the brain. Work is inescapable. We sleep less, weigh more, and report higher levels
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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella showcases better AI at Build 2017 but no new Surface devices

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times The US technology titan opened its annual Build Conference by highlighting programs with artificial intelligence that could tap into services in the internet “cloud” and even take