New Delhi: This year, we saw some technologies mature while others became better understood. What was once a buzzword is now close to mainstream. And what was once a dream, is now closer to reality. We highlight 10 technologies, which we at Mint believe, will make a significant impact in 2019.
It’s that time of the year when our quarterly ‘Digital Dossier’ takes stock of technologies that are still maturing, and those that are likely to fall along the wayside under the weight of their own hype.
As our lead story underscores, artificial intelligence is uppermost on the minds of firms that are on the path to digital transformation.
New Delhi: Gadgets have become an integral part of our lives with most of us relying on some form of factor to communicate, commute, work, be informed or entertained.
India is currently among the top 10 big data analytics markets in the world and Nasscom, has set a target of making the country one among the top three
Digital Dossier has identified five startups that are using advanced technologies including (artificial intelligence) AI and machine learning to provide a gamut of solutions in diverse areas
As India’s digital consumer rises fast-and-furious in 2019, enterprises need to develop new technology-based offerings and adopt business approaches that stand the best chance of pulling ahead of rivals in the future.
What could your company achieve if every interaction with technology were intelligent?
Mint asked top company bosses how they see disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and 5G impacting Indian firms
Technology is embedded in everything we do, improving the ways we live, work, and experience the world. But there’s a larger transformation at play–a shift beyond digital into an era where tech is built into every single interaction.
Earlier this year, India crossed the 400 million mark in terms of internet users, making India the largest online market today, second only to China. The growing availability of and accessibility to the internet has given rise to low-cost smartphones and dirt-cheap internet data.