Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to meet top government officials, including the Finance Secretary Hasmukh Adhia and members from his economic advisory council around 6:30 pm on Friday to review the current economic scenario.The Prime Minister later in the evening met Finance Ministry Arun Jaitley, Subhash Chandra Garg, Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Adhia and AN Jha, Expenditure Secretary.Along with a team of bureaucrats and economists, Modi may work out a strategy to bolster market’s confidence and improve the macroeconomic scenario.Close The meeting is expected to be extended to Saturday as well. related news Bank of Japan to consider offering bleaker view on output as trade war bites: Sources Rupee settles 9 paise up at 71.20 against US dollar Rupee near day's low, trades at 71.40 per dollar Despite robust GDP growth and falling inflation, India is facing the threat of a widening twin deficit—current account and fiscal deficit—led by … [Read more...] about PM Modi to take stock of rupee, fuel price concerns at economic review meet
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In clinics around the world, a type of artificial intelligence called deep learning is starting to supplement or replace humans in common tasks such as analyzing medical images. Already, at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, “every one of the 50,000 screening mammograms we do every year is processed through our deep learning model, and that information is provided to the radiologist,” says Constance Lehman, chief of the hospital’s breast imaging division. advertisement advertisement In deep learning, a subset of a type of artificial intelligence called machine learning, computer models essentially teach themselves to make predictions from large sets of data. The raw power of the technology has improved dramatically in recent years, and it’s now used in everything from medical diagnostics to online shopping to autonomous vehicles. But deep learning tools also raise worrying questions because they solve problems in ways that humans can’t … [Read more...] about Machine learning could transform medicine. Should we let it?
Invisible Children, the nonprofit behind the Kony 2012 film–often called the most viral video of all time–is slowly shutting down its operations. First, the U.S. office will close, leaving just a handful of remote workers behind to work on advocacy. Then, within 12 to 18 months, Invisible Children will hand off its work on the ground in East Africa to partner organizations. advertisement advertisement The shutdown isn’t just about cofounder Jason Russell’s much publicized 2012 naked meltdown in the wake of the film’s viral success, though that certainly didn’t help the nonprofit’s fundraising after the huge infusion of money that followed the video. Invisible Children–which was founded to end the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), an armed group of child soldiers in Uganda led by a mysterious, brutal leader, Joseph Kony–has spent most of the money it raised and is finding it hard to raise more, but that may not be the … [Read more...] about Invisible Children, The Group Behind Kony 2012, Is Shutting Down
Now that's the kind of consistency which would be any superstar's dream. However, Akshay Kumar is living it and that too for years in succession. While Mission Mangal is already a superhit with collections hitting the roof, his other 2019 release Kesari is going great guns as well. The Karan Johar production recently had an Independence Day premier on television and the TRP is a massive 3.86. This was made possible due to 15.6 million impressions that the film received and as per insiders, this is just a beginning.With this, Kumar has achieved another major record. The record TRP was generated by Total Dhamaal a few months back and the second best was 2.0 (Hindi) which featured Kumar as the antagonist opposite Rajinikanth. When the Hindi version of the film premiered on television, it did kick up a storm and as of today, the numbers are in the Top-3.For the actor this is indeed massive as now he has two films in the Top-3 charts, a feat which would be tough for many other … [Read more...] about Akshay Kumar leads TRP ratings as Kesari follows 2.0 in Top-3 charts of 2019
Neil Nitin Mukesh may have scored successes at the box office with some films or not quite covered the distance with a few others. However, not once have fingers been pointed at his intent to deliver, commitment or the performance in front of the camera. Walking a thin rope while being a hero, as well as villain, of the piece in Johnny Gaddaar (2007), Neil has been around for over a decade now and has comfortably placed himself well as a baddie. However, this, too, is with a difference as his charm has remained intact even in the face of menace.The same is expected in Saaho which is inarguably his biggest film till date and also the most awaited one for the audience this season. While the promo of the Prabhas-starrer has clearly established that the film would be a visual spectacle for sure, what is also much awaited is the battle between the good and the evil. With Neil leading the pack when it comes to the villains in the film, one waits to see how he shows his mean streak in … [Read more...] about With Saaho, Neil Nitin Mukesh promises to rock the show again as a baddie