In Pics: All The Action From The NDTV Tech Conclave 2018 Updated: April 13, 2018 09:40 IST
The much awaited NDTV Tech Conclave 2018 gets underway. Top entrepreneurs, investors, enterprise leaders, academia and policy makers from all around the world, gathered under one roof to showcase and discuss the future trends in the world of technology
Gadget Gurus Vikram Chandra and Rajiv Makhni kick-start proceedings at the NDTV Tech Conclave 2018.
Prannoy Roy welcomes the audience at the NDTV Tech Conclave 2018
John Bayne, Vice President and General Manager, Corning® Gorilla® Glass talks about how modern technology companies are transcending boundaries, cultures and societies. And India has a significant role to play in the fast growing digital era, he says.
Did you know that the first iPhone featured Corning® Gorilla® Glass? John Bayne talks about various developments at Corning® Gorilla® Glass.
Larry Paulson of Qualcomm India says that after 4G, it's 5G that will drive technology to next levels
It was a packed house at the Talkatora Stadium for the first ever technology conclave
Session on Artificial intelligence featured panelists, Manish Singhal, Founder, Pi Ventures; Prasanto K Roy, Vice President, Nasscom, Abhinav Kumar Gupta, Founder, Silversparro Technologies, and Samar Singh Jodha, Photographer and TED Speaker.
Boon and bane of Artificial Intelligence: Prasanto K Roy of Nasscom notes that there must be controls to limit the scope of AI to benefit humans.
Abhinav Kumar Gupta of Silversparro Technologies explains that these are machine learning and deep learning that both are participating in the growth of AI.
Manish Singhal of Pi Ventures says a large number of engineers in the IT industry are moving to product thinking and designing following the arrival of developments such as AI.
Panelists discuss about the paradigm shift in fitness technology and the boom in wearables today
Scott Forester, Division Vice President, Marketing and Innovation Products, Corning® Gorilla® Glass talks about the evolution of glass screens and his company.
Cricketer Dinesh Karthik during the Tech Rapid Fire with Vikram Chandra revealed that his favorite video game as a kid, Mario and the one gadget that he cannot live without is, you guessed it right, his smartphone!
Alex Thurber, Senior Vice President, General Manager, Mobility Solutions, BlackBerry believes that privacy and data security is very important in today's world. And says that it is very important to have a secure password on your phones and to regularly keep them backed up. And one must review the privacy settings on social media platforms thoroughly.
Is your smartphone the biggest threat to security and privacy? From claiming that antiviruses are of no use on mobile phones and exploring ransomware's potential to disrupt systems to bursting myths about laws that protect our privacy and is Aadhaar a bigger threat than smartphones when it comes to users' privacy - all these issues get discussed in the session on smartphone privacy
Does government regulation take away the freedom from social media? Is consent over installation of an application only once, enough? Should apps inform users if their data is shared with a third party? Panelists discuss the possibilities during the Tech Big Fight session.