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ESPNcricinfo, IIT Madras Collaborate on Data Science Tool that Analyzes the Game of Cricket
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ESPNcricinfo, IIT Madras Collaborate on Data Science Tool that Analyzes the Game of Cricket

Superstats provides a combination of statistical metrics that use data science to give a context to every event in a cricket match.

Software Reads Cardiac Data, Can Predict Risk of Heart Disease
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Software Reads Cardiac Data, Can Predict Risk of Heart Disease

New open source software can predict the risk of potentially deadly heart maladies.

India's Pratyush, Mihir among Top 100 Supercomputers Worldwide
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India's Pratyush, Mihir among Top 100 Supercomputers Worldwide

India's two fastest supercomputers, Pratyush and Mihir, both rank among the top 100 fastest supercomputers in the world, according to the most recent Top500 list...

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U.S. Cyber Defense Needs to Focus on Superior Technology, Official Says

With India and China poised to over take the United States in the training of proficient computer scientists, a top U.S. Defense official has said that America...

Talent Scarcity Crimps IT's Growth, Says Narayana Murthy
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Talent Scarcity Crimps IT's Growth, Says Narayana Murthy

The scarcity of computer science engineers in India has led to the booming information technology sector poaching talent from other engineering disciplines, according...

Wipro to Offer 100 Percent Recyclable, Toxin-Free Computers
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Wipro to Offer 100 Percent Recyclable, Toxin-Free Computers

Information technology services corporation Wipro Infotech has claimed to be the first Indian company to build a 100 percent recyclable and toxin-free computer,...

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Technology Sector Transforms Into a Giant R&d Machine

When the world thinks of the Indian technology sector, it imagines a nation of call center workers and low level computer programmers administering databases and...
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