You’re practicing social distancing. Great! You’ve become a model for good hand hygiene, and you’re keeping those hands away from your face. But you’re probably wondering if there are things you should be doing to boost your immunity and health as well.

Lifestyle factors may also determine if you’re going to get sick or remain healthy. One of those factors is physical activity (PA). A sedentary lifestyle is usually associated with an increased risk for chronic disease, loss of movement, and decreased immune health. For those reasons, physical activity and movement are extremely important during the coronavirus pandemic.

Here's how you can contribute to your democracy by paying up for the news.

“The news” is defined as “newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events.” In this piece, I’m mostly referring to your local news outlets — the little papers, lesser-known news media outlets, and the network affiliate stations, that mainly report on the mundane.

Public TV

Picture this, you're at an airport. Check-in, security checks, luggage scans are finally over, and you arrive at your gate. You sit down on the chair closest to the gate so you can board quickly. There's a 55" screen in…

We all know about cryptocurrency at this point. Bitcoin started the trend in 2009 and has increased in value from just 21 INR ($0.3) a decade ago to 40 Lakhs INR($55,000) as I write. This incredible growth has prompted other companies to follow suit, and now there are a whole host of altcoins to invest in.

Alt-coins are any other cryptocurrencies that are not bitcoins. Take a look at any crypto stock site, you’ll see plenty of them. At the time of writing, Monero is 30k INR ($400). Ethereum is a bit over 1.69L INR($2200). And Dogecoin is just $0.04…

The last thing you want to have to worry about when you fasten your seatbelt onboard an airplane is who’s actually flying the plane, but maybe that’s just one more thing that needs adding to the checklist of the nervous flyer.

Airbus completed a successful flight test of its Autonomous Taxi, Take-off, and Landing (ATTOL) project, in which each stage of the flight was all handled by the computers, while the pilots just sat back and watched the show.

Airbus installed cameras on the new Airbus A350–1000 XWB then trained the AI on over 500 flights, which gave the AI…

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A computer program anybody can talk to with normal language.

No matter what type of chatbot it is, they all have a similar purpose — to take regular human language input, understand what is being said and to provide a relevant, correct answer based on the knowledge it has. Chatbots excel at completing repetitive tasks and work around the clock. They can work alone or alongside humans, and are effective at completing 60–90% of an average human team’s workload, depending on the use case. They are also very effective at lead generation, as a conversational company wiki, for first-stage interviews…

Today's buzzwords are Augmented reality, Virtual reality, amongst the many others. But what are they exactly, and why do they matter? In this article, I plan to answer some of those questions, and also give you a little sneak-peek on mixed reality.

The terms “virtual reality” and “augmented reality” get thrown around a lot these days, thanks to the resurgence of VR headsets heralded by the Oculus Rift and the use of AR apps and games like Pokémon Go. They sound similar, and as the technologies develop, they bleed over into each other a bit. …

The advent of coronavirus has brought forth an unprecedented and multifaceted crisis, as the world witnessed global shares taking a hit, unemployment rate skyrocketing and oil prices come crashing down. As the threat of a global recession looms, it’s no exaggeration to say that the world economy in general is currently in dire straits.

With passengers cancelling their holiday and business trips due to airlines being grounded and borders being closed, the travel industry is among the hardest hit by the onslaught and is now facing seemingly insurmountable odds.

Tourism makes for a considerable percentage of any country’s yearly GDP…

Recently, there has been a lot of fuss about the word Learning. We always hear about machine learning, deep learning, neural networks, etc. But what does this really mean? Did scientists find a way to create a brain-like component and implement it inside machines? Is it just a marketing word used to sell software and services? Are machines going to take over the world? What on earth is this about?

Well… do not worry, we are still not there… yet! In this article I will introduce what learning really is, and how scientists teach computers to achieve human-like tasks, or…

The government’s recent reforms for the Space sector has been a giant leap in Indian Space Research. It will not only enable private companies to build rockets and satellites but also let them use the Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) facilities for research purposes.

Space Exploration is a vast industry and needs an inexplicable amount of money and technology to keep up. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration(NASA) went private long time back and is one of the biggest space agencies in the world with its budget running into billions. …

A decade ago, Airbus had introduced the A380, the largest passenger jet ever built. But within a few years airlines who heavily bought the A380s started cutting back on its orders. It's production is ending this 2021. With the pandemic at hand, many of them have been phased out too.

Read on to see what was anticipated, the circumstances at play, and finally what happened to the much hyped Airbus A380.

Airbus A380

29th June 2015. The sunny deserts of the Gulf had recorded peak temperatures of 45°C. Bahrain’s scorching desert sun was unbearable. Our school had announced summer vacations early on…

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