Data Responsibility

Surviving Natural Disasters : Technology to the rescue

According to the United Nations’ Global Humanitarian Overview 2019 report, in the period between 2014 and 2017, 870 million people from 160 countries, either lost their lives, their livelihoods or were displaced from their homes because of disasters caused by natural hazards. Asia-Pacific nations experience more natural disasters than any other region. Between 2014 and […]

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Building a Data Responsible Nation – India Data Summit 2018

Humanizing Government, Transforming Lives Through Focused Industry Solutions Build on AI, IoT, Security, Analytics and Blockchain Technologies. Building a Data Responsible Nation The India Data Summit, an initiative by India Today Group, Invest India and IBM, was organized on Tuesday, 11th September 2018 at the Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi. The India Data Summit brought […]

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GDPR – How it works and what steps to take!

According to the United Nations’ Global Humanitarian Overview 2019 report, in the period between 2014 and 2017, 870 million people from 160 countries, either lost their lives, their livelihoods or were displaced from their homes because of disasters caused by natural hazards. Asia-Pacific nations experience more natural disasters than any other region. Between 2014 and […]

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Less Data, More Privacy

On October 2, when the Nobel Prize for Physics was announced people around the world were scrambling for information on one of the three winners. A Canadian physicist who made a path-breaking research in laser science described by the Nobel Award Committee as “method of generating high-intensity, ultra-short optical pulses.” The work she has done […]

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Data is the New Oil. Right?

These days you keep hearing a new paradigm, ‘Data is the new Oil.’ Not only that, ‘Data is the new natural resource,’ ‘Data is Wealth,’ ‘Data is Money’ and so on. Let us understand how does Data work as Oil – beyond its implied meaning that it is a source of wealth for the people who […]

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Data, Privacy and the Future of Economic Growth in India

India, as with many other countries around the world, is engaged in a national debate about how to strike an appropriate balance between using data to drive the innovation economy and the imperative to protect the privacy of the country’s citizens. This is a topic that IBM’s Chairman, President and CEO, Ginni Rometty discussed with […]

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