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The Paradox of Freedom: Erich Fromm on Moral Aloneness and Our Mightiest Antidote to Terror: Brain Pickings
"Freedom is not something that anybody can be given," James Baldwin wrote in contemplating how we imprison ourselves, "freedom is something people take and people are as free as they want to be." It is hard not to instinctually bristle at this notion - we all like to see ourselves as autonomous agents of our own destiny who would never willfully relinquish our freedom. And yet we do - beyond the baseline laws of physics and their perennially disquieting corollary regarding free will, which presupposes that even the nature of the faculty doing the relinquishing is not the sovereign entity we wish it were, we are governed by myriad ideological, social, economic, political, and psychological forces that mitigate the parameters of our freedom. Neuroscientist Christoph Koch put it perfectly in his treatise on free will: "Freedom is always a question of degree rather than an absolute good that we do or do not possess." Read more

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How Indian CISOs are dealing with increased cybersecurity threats

As organisations adapt to permanent work from home model, securing data seems to be a bigger challenge.



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HP to launch special PCs in India for work-from-home purpose

The new Always Connected PCs are expected to be much cheaper from the current models selling in this line-up.The devices would support faster video downloads, smoother video calls and other network data intensive activities

Top 10 Data Science Salaries in India in June 2020

With reaping a lot of buzz in recent years, data science is buttressed within almost every sector now as companies are actively looking for data scientists to derive actionable insights. Here are the top 10 data science salaries in India in June 2020.

India wearable device market up 81% in March quarter

boAt Lifestyle was the market leader in the earwear category with 23.9% share.Samsung, with a combined market share of Samsung and its sub brands Infinity, and JBL accounted for 23.6% market share

IBM, the silent job cutter, stokes worker anxiety, speculation

Speculation about thousands of job cuts last month has heightened anxiety among employees.

Zoom India Head Talks About Security Issues All Things Zoom

In an interview with Mashable India, Zoom India Head Sameer Raje talks addresses concerns regarding the security issues that have been cropping up around the video conferencing service.

Aarogya Setu open source code: Experts, IT Ministry spar over suggestions on changes process

The government had on May 27 released the source code of its contact tracing app Aarogya Setu and announced cash prizes for those who find a bug or vulnerability in it.

Geo-mapping, CCTV cameras, AI — how Telangana Police is using tech to enforce Covid safety

Telangana claims to be first state in India to make use of AI for effective containment, but its decision to apply facial recognition technology has stoked privacy concerns.

Covid-19 to push 64% Indian firms adopt cloud computing: IDC

As a result of the spread of the pandemic, 64 per cent of the organisations in India are expected to increase demand for cloud computing while 56 per cent for cloud software to support the new normal.

FY20 saw remuneration growth for top IT chief executives, barring TCS

Tata Consultancy Services reported a drop in its CEO salary after company executives took a pay cut due to the covid-19 pandemic

TCS, Infosys, HCL Are India’s Biggest IT Brands; But Covid-19 Can Wipe Off 20% Brand Value

A report has revealed that among the top brands of India, Infosys and HCL have retained their spots among the top 10 of the best 100 Indian brands in 2020.

Infosys CEO Salil Parekh is the highest paid IT CEO in FY20 compared to Wipro, TCS

TCS' Rajesh Gopinathan earned $1.8 million (Rs 13.37 crore) and Wipro's CEO Abidali Neemuchwala $4.427 million

Large Indian IT firms earn more with lesser hiring

Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys, HCL Technologies, Wipro and Tech Mahindra are increasingly seeing double-digit growth in services delivered using artificial intelligence-based platforms, automation tools and other digital technologies.

Will Blockchain and AI revolutionize Patent Analysis in India?

Indian Patent office is working on using Blockchain, AI and IoT to make the patent process smoother. Will it be the right time to do so?

COVID-19 | Nandan Nilekani praises Infosys for managing continuity of business, cautions real test yet to come

The company’s non-executive chairman was particularly appreciative of how Infosys had enabled 93% of its 2,40,000+ employees, across 46 countries, to work from home

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