MIND UPLOADING – CAN CONSCIOUSNESS BE TRANSFERRED?

MIND UPLOADING – CAN CONSCIOUSNESS BE TRANSFERRED?
Can consciousness be transferred?
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Cyber Hygiene in the Hybrid World

Cyber Hygiene in the Hybrid World
The eighth edition of Newton Speaks witnessed Rahul Tyagi, a cybersecurity expert and the co-founder of Safe Security, take us through his real-world encounters in dealing with cyber security breaches.
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The Story of CSGO : The Game That Never Dies

The Story of CSGO : The Game That Never Dies
Into the Story Mode of the video game that made history
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WAITED TOO LONG TO FINALISE A TITLE

WAITED TOO LONG TO FINALISE A TITLE
Yet another article you’ll “read later”.
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Backstage at the Wikimedia Foundation

Backstage at the Wikimedia Foundation
The seventh edition of Newton Speaks saw Toby Negrin, Chief Product Officer for the Wikimedia Foundation, share his decades of experience in integrating data, research, and design to produce popular products that we all love and admire. His cheerfulness and passion for his work, well conveyed through his talk about what goes behind the curtains at the Wikimedia Foundation, gave the audience an insightful evening.
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The Incessant Widening of the Wealth Gap

The Incessant Widening of the Wealth Gap
Why do the rich stay rich and the poor remain poor?
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The Comeback of Retro-Tech

The Comeback of Retro-Tech
They say old is gold - here’s why.
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Unraveling Ribosomes and Breaking Barriers

Unraveling Ribosomes and Breaking Barriers
The sixth edition of Newton Speaks saw Dr. Ada E. Yonath - Israeli protein crystallographer who was awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry - take us through an engaging conversation about ribosomes and new generation antibiotics.
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How did NITC help in the change?

How did NITC help in the change?
Read all about NITC’s contributions to help fight the Covid-19 pandemic and the people who spearheaded these projects.
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Deja vu: Our brain’s fact-checker!

Deja vu: Our brain's fact-checker!
Next time you experience something you think you’ve experienced before, think again!
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