How things transform in the coming era of industry 4.0 and new age robots is difficult to predict. However, employers will have to invest in lifelong learning, and upskilling of employees. On the other hand, we will have to learn to coexist with the robots that we will interact with on nearly a daily basis.
We often observe and discuss the abnormally hot summers, the sudden heavier thundershowers, and the shorter colder winters. We need to understand that climate change, apart from making day to day living difficult, is also affecting the timing of life cycles in living things around us
Like any other technology, printed houses may become the norm in the future or remain merely as interesting landscapes in some areas.
If there is more than a century to go, before we finally ‘Break the Bias”, then every International Women’s Day we need to take stock of and find ways to address the challenges that emerge on the journey.
The next time you see the moon shining brightly in the night sky, imagine that soon it will be inhabited by humans living and working there. Humanity’s journey of moving towards other planets would then have actually begun.
Eiffel in its own way carries a majesty and promise that lingers long after one has left Paris.
Pandemics in history changed the way we lived. COVID is no different.
An unfinished story is like an incomplete dialogue that plays out in one’s head all the time. It is a self inflicted burden that only the writer can remove.
The future being talked about is not so far away, and we are all going to be affected and lured into it by choice or necessity. The world is moving towards a point where the digital will be equally if not more valuable than the physical.
Observing peacocks in cities is engrossing and enlightening.