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The Weird Strategy Dr. Seuss Used to Create His Greatest Work

In 1960, two men made a bet.

There was only $50 on the line, but millions of people would feel the impact of this little wager.

The first man, Bennett Cerf, was the founder of the publishing firm, Random House. The second man was named Theo Geisel, but you probably know him as Dr. Seuss. Cerf proposed the bet and challenged that Dr. Seuss would not be able to write an entertaining children's book using only 50 different words.

Dr. Seuss took the bet and won. The result was a little book called Green Eggs and Ham. Since publication, Green Eggs and Ham has sold more than 200 million copies, making it the most popular of Seuss's works and one of the best-selling children's books in history.

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Use of Artificial Intelligence will transform judiciary but technology will not be allowed to decide case

India News: NEW DELHI: As the Judiciary has decided to use Artificial Intelligence with the adoption of specially designed software to assist judges, the Chief Ju.

Coinbase hires Pankaj Gupta from Google Pay to lead India centre

Pankaj Gupta, as vice president of engineering at Coinbase Global, will be the cryptocurrency exchanges site lead for India, responsible for building the team here from scratch.

Netflix focused on getting its content fit right in India: Co-founder Reed Hastings

India and Brazil are the only two markets where the production of content is currently shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings says during a post-earnings call.

Delhi Hight Court lays down guidelines for ensuring removal of offensive content from the internet

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday laid out directions to tackle the issue of removing offensive content from the internet and preventing errant parties from re-posting and re-directing such content. Observing that “the internet never sleeps; and the internet never forgets,” Justice Anup Jairam Bhambhani said that despite orders passed by the court, online platforms […]

Indian apps reach 97% of TikTok user levels

Homegrown short-video apps, including MX Takatak, Moj, Roposo and Josh, have hit almost 97% of once dominant TikTok’s user count, within a year after the Chinese app was banned in India

Microsoft-Discord acquisition deal said to be off the table

Discord wants to focus on building the chat platform and making money from its user base that has grown quickly during the pandemic. A public listing ..

HDFC Bank says it does not face server capacity issues, IT audit in final stages

HDFC Bank said that its information technology or digital infrastructure does not have server capacity issues and that each of the five technical outages the bank has faced in recent years are fundamentally different. During a recent earnings call for the banks’ fourth quarter results, the banks’ management also said that the Reserve Bank of […]

Trust but verify: A narrative analysis of “trusted” tech supply chains

The contours of global supply chains in the 2020s and beyond will be shaped by the evolving understandings of “trust.”

Tech law: Tech delayed is tech denied

Adoption of technology is imperative for advancement of the rule of law

Facial recognition technology is the future of safety and security in India

Facial recognition is becoming an important tool for many applications involving people and cameras. As we continue to exit out of this global pandemic, facial recognition and more broadly facial analytics will continue to build in importance, even as the associated technical challenges and required capabilities grow, says Abhijit Shanbhag- Founder and CEO of Graymatics

India's medical oxygen crisis: Who is responsible and how soon can it be resolved?

With Covid-19 cases rising rapidly, the nation is facing an acute shortage of medical oxygen supply at several hospitals. In the face of this crisis, India Today's Rajdeep Sardesai brings together doctors, politicians and an oxygen supplier to discuss the major questions surrounding this issue.

India is driving global transformation for DXC Technology

A lot of DXC Technologys innovation around modernisation, migration to cloud and connected cars is being done out of India, India MD Nachiket Sukhtankar says.

Serum's Covishield comprises over 90% of 12.76 cr COVID jabs administered in India so far

Experts said Covishield is being produced at a much higher scale than Covaxin due to which its availability is more

The Driving Force behind India’s EdTech Revolution

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Need a Role Model? Meet 3 inspiring Women Using Tech To Transform India

From battling gender disparity to enabling quality education in the country’s remotest corners, these women have efficiently used technology to do it all.

Oracle's GoldenGate now a cloud-native, fully-managed service

Cloud major Oracle on Wednesday announced that it's making GoldenGate, its popular real-time data fabric, available as a highly automated and fully-managed cloud service to help ensure that valuable customer data is always available.

Coinbase hires former Google Pay exec to lead India ops, is hiring aggressively and looking for startup acquis

The cryptocurrency firm has hired Pankaj Gupta, Google Pay’s engineering lead in India and Asia Pacific, as the VP of engineering and site lead for India.

Cryptocurrency: Could India become a tech powerhouse for innovation if it lands a pro-crypto policy?

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More organizations in India using third parties to manage their IT needs: report

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India records 22 IPOs worth over $2.5 billion in January-March period

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Explained: India’s New Vaccine Policy

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