Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai has once again reiterated that India is an integral part of him and he was fortunate to grow up in a family in the country that cherished learning and knowledge.
San Francisco’s ruling Board of Supervisors has voted to allow the city’s police to use robots that could “potentially be equipped with explosive charges to breach fortified structures containing violent, armed, or dangerous subjects”.
Spike Narayan- Spike Narayan is a seasoned hi-tech executive managing exploratory research in science and technology at IBM. Electrifying transportation has been a topic of discussion for decades and has long been the holy grail for technophiles. India is likely to be playing a major role in the transition to electric cars. The first mode of […]
CAstartups.org, a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and mentoring startups, was launched at an online event on November 18. Envisaging to connect chartered accountant (CA) entrepreneurs with investors in Silicon Valley, the organization was flagged off by the Minister of Commerce and Industry, Piyush Goyal.
Indian American Assemblymember Ash Kalra, who comfortably retained his California state legislature seat in the recent mid-term elections, spoke to indica on his 14-year public service journey, the challenges he faced, and his advocating for the ongoing University of California workers’ strike, Twitter’s legal battles, the homeless situation in California and urging the community to give back.
In yet another mayhem-filled day at the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, hundreds of employees have resigned ahead of the deadline given to them by Elon Musk to either agree to his “extremely hardcore” way of work or quit the company.
Deepka Lalwani, executive director of Indian Business and Professional Women (IBPW), along with a group of professional women from IBPW, hosted a fundraiser for Maya Vishwakarma, the founder and chairperson of Sukarma Foundation at Lalwani’s new home in Fremont, CA on Sunday, November 6.