Fourth Industrial Revolution also Industry 4.0 is redefining the processes and ways to do things. IoT, AI, Big Data, Quantum Computing etc has reshaped and redefined the ways to conduct business and lead our lives. Understanding and acknowledging the change is the first step towards preparing for the change.
Heard about this geeky term, ‘Python’ a lot on the internet? And you already know that it is not a type of snake but a programming language used by programmers. But you know only that and are interested in knowing the reasons this programming language has created such a hype. Then you are in the right place. Welcome to the new unfolding era of information technology and the world full of data and artificial intelligence. Don’t get intimidated by words like, ‘Machine Learning’, ‘Big Data’, ‘Deep Learning’ etc. Read on and get into the comfort zone with technology.
Very soon you’ll be able to travel at an ultra high speed above 1000 km/h in a hyperloop technology train and still holding a steady coffee cup without even spilling a drop. This science fiction is now a possibility. Don’t wait for the future, live it. The idea of a vacuum train was proposed by Elon Musk in a Hyperloop Alpha white paper in 2013. A train travelling in a vacuum tube where people and cargos can be transported in pods. Now been tested, the concept has been demonstrated practically and can soon be your favourite travel platform, which is even faster than air travel. In this article, ‘Future of Ultra-High-Speed Train Travel: Hyperloop Technology’, we’ll be exploring this emerging technology and let our senses believe that we are in future.
National Super Computing Mission is a seven-year-old mission aims to establish supercomputers at academic and research institutions and to connect them with National Knowledge Network (NKN). Launched in 2015 by Govt of India, the National Super Computing Mission is implemented and steered jointly by the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) and Department of Science and Technology (DST). The second phase of NSM was launched by Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) by mid-October 2020.