The Age of the machines ( Artificial Intelligence  )

Governments and corporations are investing heavily on AI research to transform lives, the economy, medicine and the marketplace.  But will super computers control man one day?

 

shekhar yadav/Madhvi Subrahmanian (in specs), Sheetal Gattani (in orange), and Neha Lavingia

Intimacy of Art in a Changing World

Artists Madhvi Subrahmanian, Neha Lavingia and Sheetal Gattani talk to Medha Dutta about incubation, growth, artistic quest, and sobering emotions

First Six Zodiac Signs and their Working Aptitude

People of this sun sign are ambitious and goal-oriented, working best by themselves or by directing others— they lead or do it alone.

Solving the Maldives Dilemma Imaginatively

Recent developments in the Maldives, where President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom has declared a national emergency, arbitrarily arrested the country’s Chief Justice Abdulla Saeed and his half-brother

BJP can No Longer Remain Complacent

The Budget has been ‘presented’ by the Finance Minister but it hasn’t created any ripple, far less a favourable wave.

The Sari is Six Yards Ahead of Time

Unlike many friends, I don’t claim to be a fan of Sabyasachi, the designer. I enjoy the detailing that goes into the campaigns that herald his new collections; I admire his larger-than-life presentati

Unity in Hinduism was Achieved by Accepting and Assimilating Differences

There is a beautiful legend I had heard in my childhood. Melpathur Narayana Bhattathiri was an erudite Sanskrit scholar of medieval Kerala.

Moulders of a Green Message

Instead of sending junk to the landfill, a Tamil Nadu professor and his team transform it into creative art installations on their university campus

K A Babu with the bull and  bull tamer installation