Prof. Balaji Parthasarathy was invited to present on “Institutional Roles and Challenges for International Development in the Digital Economy” at a workshop on theory and methods for a project titled “Development Implications of the Digital Economy”. This multiyear international project … Continued
Prof. Sridhar V. gave an invited talk on “Big Data and its implications” at the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) conference on Big Data Analysis and Cyber Security Bangalore on February 23, at Fern Citadel Hotel, Bengaluru.
Profs. V. Sridhar and T. K. Srikanth co-chaired, Mobile India 2018 as part of the Tenth Communications and Networking Conference (COMSNETS) held at Bengaluru on January 5. Mobile India 2018 was one of the first premier events and will be … Continued
Inclusive STEM (I-Stem), a group that aims to be the leading self-advocacy group focused on changing the mindset, resource availability and opportunities for persons with blindness and low vision to pursue STEM education and careers in India, in collaboration with … Continued
Co-chaired by Prof. V. Sridhar, IIIT Bangalore and Mr. Rahul Singh, CUTS International December 15, 2017 IIIT Bangalore and CUTS International partnered together to organize the IIIT-B CUTS Workshop on Broadband Labels, to generate awareness and sensitize multiple stakeholders such … Continued
Prof. Amit Prakash, IIIT Bangalore Ashish Kumar Srivastava, M.Sc. (Digital Society), 2nd year, IIIT Bangalore, Rajesh Hanbal, PhD candidate in the ITS area, IIIT Bangalore, Supriya Dey and Vidhya Y, Co-Founders, Vision Empower Trust (incubating at IIIT Bangalore Innovation Centre) … Continued
Prof. Bidisha Chaudhuri February 19, 2018 Abstract: Is Aadhaar a technology of surveillance? Are Information communication technologies inherently more democratic? Are data merely tools for better decision-making or our identities now reduced to the sum total of the data we … Continued
Prof. Janaki Srinivasan April 23, 2018 Abstract: Technology for development has a long history, from railroads to mobiles phones. And if there is one thing we can learn from this history, much depends on the framing of the problem. How … Continued