Taming the Data Insecurity Bull

In 1950's Harry Harlow at the University Wisconsin conducted a series of ground breaking experiments. The subjects were infant monkeys separated at birth from their mothers. Devoid of parenthood, put in a cage, the researchers watched as the infants were frightened by strange, loud sounds and objects. In the experiments, the two surrogate mothers were... Continue Reading →

Behavioral Prism – The new art of making technology bets

How can we discern and assign value to emerging technologies ? Can a framework guide us with confidence to place smarter bets on technologies, trends and businesses?  The PROBLEMSince earliest of times, we had faced the challenge of selecting a winner. In the modern age of accelerated innovation, it is virtually a random bet to pick... Continue Reading →

AI is the new normal

How can one know a machine is intelligent ? By using the Turing test, the ability of a machine to communicate human like. Have you noticed lately, the human like fluidity of AI powered customer service bots ? The Start - 50's and 60's The word Artificial intelligence was not coined until 1955 by John McCarthy who then... Continue Reading →

In pursuit of nothingness

We have marched un-noticeably into the 21st century, the "Age of information". Unknowingly, we have slipped in our ways over decades, from waiting for the morning newspaper to afternoon tuning of radio stations and then to listening  24/7 news channels. With enthusiasm, we accepted the "always-connected" phones and now behold in front of our eyes... Continue Reading →

We are slaves of our brain

Are you born to be great ? or you learn on your way to achieve greatness ? In 1848, Phineas Gage, a 25 year old construction foreman in railway, suffered an intriguing injury during roadbed preparation in Vermont. A tamping iron 1.25" in diameter, 3'7" in length, weighing 13 pounds pierced through lower left side... Continue Reading →

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