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by: S. Fitrianie and L.J.M. Rothkrantz,
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in: 21 the future of Robotics

To reduce the ambiguity and the different semantic interpretations of human observersí reports, we propose a new paradigm in collaborating information using icons to represent concepts or ideas. Two prototypes of icon-based communication interfaces were developed with which users can create iconic messages to report situations where a crisis event occurs. The interfaces interpret and convert the messages to human natural language. A context-aware collaborative information system filters irrelevant and infidelity reports and shares the results for further decision making.more....

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in: 08 the future of Food & Biotech

A comprehensive review of the scientific literature supports the conclusion that overall the currently commercialized biotechnology-derived soybean, corn, and cotton crops yield environmental benefits. Furthermore, a critical analysis of the literature supports the idea that biotechnology-derived soybean, corn, and cotton pose no environmental concerns unique to or different from those historically associated with conventionally developed crop varieties. more....

by: Henry Jenkins, M.I.T.,
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in: 47 Children

According to a recent study from the Pew Internet & American Life project (Lenhardt & Madden, 2005), more than one-half of all teens have created media content, and roughly onethird of teens who use the Internet have shared content they produced. In many cases, these teens are actively involved in what we are calling participatory cultures.more....

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in: 43 Fashion

Recycling plastic bags in New Delhi into beautiful consumer goods brings jobs and dignity.more....

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in: 48 India

A recent study conducted by research and analytics firm, Evalueserve, has shown that Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) graduates are expanding their career choices beyond the traditional engineering and technology opportunities. There has been a noticeable shift towards consulting and financial services as well as continued interest in entrepreneurial aspirations. This shift is likely related to the buoyant Indian economy, a surging Indian stock market, and the increased earnings potential in these sectors.more....

by: Rob van Kranenburg,
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in: 35 Ambient Intelligence

This paper is about converging trends in current perspectives on art and the body, and society and the hybrid identities of digital and analogue connectivities. These trends have repercussions for the way biometrics can evidence security and security issues.more....

by: S. Chakraborty, P. Batheja, H. Pahlson-Moller,
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in: Corporate Governance

Over the years, the world of business has witnessed many such unexpected successes and failures. Enron, Worldcom and Parmalat are some of the examples of the latter in the US and Europe. These corporate failures, and many more, have each caused insurmountable losses - loss of wealth, loss of livelihood, and most importantly, irreparable loss of goodwill. Why did these organizations falter? What went wrong? Could the disasters have been prevented? Could the process of atrophy be arrested at the very onset?

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in: 45 Ecological Architecture

"cradle to cradle" design bridges the needs of ecology and economics.more....

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in: 23 Intellectual Property

Results from the EU-India Workshop/IP Conference, Sarai, Delhi January 2005. Notes from the EU-India Workshop/IP Conference, Sarai, Delhi January 2005. more....

by: Sooraj Mittal, Hedda Pahlson-Moller, Evalueserve,
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in: Leadership


Is leadership limited to the ability of a person to influence other people in getting things done, above their normal standard and quality, or does the society need a new breed of leaders who can evolve on a continuous basis, addressing new challenges?
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