USES OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Success in making an Artificial Intelligence would be a huge event in history of the human civilization. However, it can be considered to be last event, unless Humans starts to understand how to prevent its risks.”
— Stephen Hawking, Famous Physicist and Author.
Now-a-days, majority of the anti-malware or antivirus relating programs (which is basically consisting of numerous applications of the algorithms) utilizes the traditional detection techniques to find the vulnerabilities and threats, which might be not fruitful for finding out the new threats. …
Digital Forensics is termed as the method of preservation, identification, extraction, and documentation of electronic evidence which can be effectively utilized at the time of presenting evidences before the competent Court. It is relating to finding or extracting evidence from Computer System or Computer resource or Computer network. There are numerous types of Digital Forensics such as Disk Forensics, Email Forensics, Computer Forensics, Network Forensics, Memory Forensics, Malware Forensics, etc.
Technologies improving digital forensics investigations have come in to the picture in the recent years such as continuously updating operating systems, mobile devices, large amount of data storage, peer-to-peer…
“Respect for the privacy of a User is programmed into WhatsApp’s DNA.” 
In a world where an act of copying or imitating a design is increasing in a spontaneous manner and piracy has become a glorified business model, the legislation which protects the rights of the proprietors/innovators is a necessary addition to IPR law which brings out fair and healthy competition in the market by implementing some ‘anti-counterfeiting measures’.
A piracy of a design means that the application of a design or its imitation/copying to any article which has been previously registered for the purpose of sale or importation without taking the written consent from the registered proprietor. …
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR LAW GRADUATES IN INDIAN JUDICIARY
In this blog, Prashant Sharma of Ideal Institute of Management Technology and School of Law, G.G.S.I.P. University, discusses career opportunities for law graduates in the Indian Judiciary.
As the field of Law embraces an ocean of career opportunities, it is imperative to hold on to the right path which can really nurture a person’s career in Law. It is crucial to pick a field in law rather over thinking about the other fields.
The often paradox that comes into the minds to most of the Law students are:
THE PNB SCAM
Another scam happened. Another loss crept on as a baggage on the deeply pocketed banking and financial systems of our country. And it is just a tip of the iceberg for other scams such as Rotomac Scam of around Rs. 3695 crores where Rotomac Global Pvt Ltd was given bank loans worth Rs 2,919 crore from 2008 onwards by a consortium of banks led by Bank of India. And many more to follow.
The questions that are lurking around is that is it really a case of immediate findings of a bad loan by our government authorities…