• What is Design Thinking, and how does it work?

    Design Thinking is an iterative process in which we try to understand the user, question assumptions, and reframe challenges in order to find new tactics and answers that aren't immediately… Read More

    5 months ago

  • Computational Social Science in the Age of Big Data

    With the increasing accessibility of the internet and the growing abundance of behavioral choices available on social media, there is a need for a non-traditional viewpoint in the scientific analysis… Read More

    5 months ago

  • What is a Smart Contract?

    Smart contracts operate on a blockchain by executing basic “if..then..” clauses written in code. When specified criteria get fulfilled, respective activities are performed. Read More

    9 months ago

  • What is Decentralized Finance?

    Decentralized finance (abbreviated DeFi) is a blockchain-based form of finance that does not rely on central financial intermediaries such as brokerages, exchanges, or banks to provide traditional financial instruments, instead… Read More

    9 months ago

  • Ethereum’s London Hard Fork

    The London Hard Fork update is believed to be a preface to the main upgrade dubbed ‘Serenity' or ETH 2.0, which is expected to come by the end of 2021… Read More

    10 months ago

  • Let’s talk about NFTs

    Fungibility  Fungibility refers to the ability of an asset to be replaced or exchanged. A fungible asset may be replaced or exchanged for another indistinguishable portion.   Non-fungibility  It is the polar opposite of fungibility, something that is one-of-a-kind… Read More

    10 months ago

  • What is Hyperledger Fabric?

    Hyperledger Fabric provides a unique approach to a consensus that allows performance at scale while maintaining data privacy. Read More

    11 months ago

  • Why Blockchain?

    Blockchain generates an audit trail that records an asset's origins at each stage of its transit. This helps offer evidence in sectors where customers are worried about environmental or human… Read More

    12 months ago

  • Thoughts on Bitcoin economics:

    Gold miners employ (human) resources to add gold to circulation. In bitcoin's case, the resources include CPU time and electricity. Read More

    1 year ago

  • Growth-hack learnings from Clubhouse

    Scarcity is an effective motivator. Google did this for Inbox, sharing a small range of invitations for the initial download. Invites build a feeling of exclusivity as people have to… Read More

    1 year ago

  • A simulated reality with silicon consciousness

    The theoretical computation of brain activity may get us an exact copy of one's brain that may retain the memories, behavior patterns, and ultimately the consciousness—whether it is made up… Read More

    1 year ago

  • Societal implications of GPT-3

    The GPT-3 generated text can be racially biased. There have already been quite a few incidents when people have shared their results to illustrate this. Read More

    1 year ago

  • Machine learning operations

    ML is now becoming as mainstream as software applications, which calls for an efficient process to incorporate ML practices. Read More

    1 year ago

  • Tiny machine learning (tinyML) = ML on IoT devices

    TinyML is the ML applied on edge/local IoT devices (like on a fitness band), instead of processing in the cloud Read More

    2 years ago

  • India’s Social Media Profile

    As of 2020, India had the highest number of Facebook users across the globe. Read More

    2 years ago