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SP Jain In the Media"

Poems, Paintings, and Ragas with AI – Dr Debashis Guha Writes in IncubateIND

Dr. Debashis Guha ((Program Director – Machine Learning) recently authored an article titled “AI may one day write poems, paint pictures, or compose ragas” with IncubateIND.

The article highlights how current research in the field of “Computational Creativity” suggests human superiority in the field of artistic capabilities might also fall to AI in the future, how Machine Learning will be transformed to a more systematic & automated process, and deep learning will continue to be the most important machine learning technology in 2018.

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Keeping up with Artificial Intelligence - Dr Debashis Guha shares with Focus Malaysia

Dr DebashisGuha (Program Director – Machine Learning) recently shared his views in Focus Malaysia in an article titled “Keeping up with Artificial Intelligence”. In the article, Dr Guha shared how AI may drive Businesses to improve production when implemented well, how reducing human error and precision through technology is a possibility, and how staff can be upskilled to execute complex tasks.

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Will the Techragette Movement Be the Next World-Changer? Charulata Ravi Kumar Writes in Yourstory

Ms. Charulata Ravi Kumar (Director - Digital Marketing & Metrics Program) has authored an article titled “Will the Techragette movement be the next world-changer?”

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Is Bitcoin Censorship Resistant by Design? Vikram Pandya Features in KOMPAS

Vikram Pandya (Program Director – FinTech) published a by-line in Indonesia’s top daily newspaper – KOMPAS on 6th March, in the Economics section.

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Technology-Enhanced Learning in the UAE – Marko Selakovic Writes in Innovation Arabia 11

Marko Selakovic’s paper on Future of Technology-Enhanced Learning at the Universities in the United Arab Emirates: The Teachers` Perspective, has been accepted in the Innovation Arabia 11 Conference. The conference will take place from 11-13 March 2018 at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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What Do Customers Crave in Mobile 5g? – Survey by Dr Seetharaman, Dr Indu Niranjan, and Ms. Sindhuja Covered in Yourstory

A survey report on customer cravings from mobile 5g by Dr Seetharaman, Dr Indu Niranjan, and Ms. Sindhuja was recently covered by ‘Your Story’.

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How Blockchain Can Prevent PNB-Like Frauds – Vikram Pandya Shares with the Economic Times

Vikram Pandya (Program Director – Fintech) recently shared his comments and views on “How blockchain can prevent PNB-like frauds”. The article has been published by ‘The Economic Times’ and highlights how blockchain technology can be used to train various machine learning algorithms to identify fraudulent patterns.

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Dr Suneel Sharma Writes on Proximity Based Marketing Solutions in YourStory

Dr Suneel Sharma, along with Ms Himanshi Sharma & Mr Srikant Rajan (Strategy & Technology Consultant), recently authored an article on “Proximity Based Marketing Solutions – Integrating the Physical and the Digital”.

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Cloud Based Innovation Labs at SP Jain - Vikram Pandya Speaks with Hindustan Times

Vikram Pandya (Program Director – Fintech) recently shared his comments in Hindustan Times on the cloud based innovations labs that were recently launched at SP Jain School of Global Management.

The article titled “Farming, AI, language: college labs are going beyond the pure sciences” highlights how unique labs across the country are not just encouraging research, but are also helping students of management, language, and engineering to work on their core skills and prepare for jobs.

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Religion Based Investing and Illusion of Islamic Alpha and Beta - Dr. Nawazish Mirza Writes in Pacific Basin Finance

Dr Nawazish Mirza recently published an article titled "Religion based investing and illusion of Islamic Alpha and Beta". The article appears in Pacific Basin Finance Journal that has an impact factor (Clarivate Analytics) of 1.75, being indexed under A category of the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) journal ranking.

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