There has always been a need for better security of digital patient data in India. Especially given our population it can be very difficult to maintain a single unified digital data store for each person that is secure and updated. The Indian government in an attempt to resolve this long pending data security requirement has … Continue reading Insight on “DISHA -Digital Information Security in Healthcare Act”
Choosing Material for Medical Device Medical Device Industry with its life impacting influences remains one of the most strictly regulated sectors. With critical aspects associated with medical, choice of material in medical devices has always been a challenging task for the designer and Engineer. Product designers have to spend a considerably much longer time in … Continue reading Material selection for a medical device is more important than you think!
Computational pathology is a rather new term that has been gaining a lot of limelight due to the number of possibilities associated with it. Computational pathology in a very basic sense is the use of mathematical models to make faster and more accurate pathological decisions. The emergence of deep learning and more importantly the … Continue reading Computational Pathology- Opportunities and Challenges
Over the past few years , research and innovation in the field of computer vision has been very promising. Ideas like face recognition, autonomous self driving cars, object recognition,speech recognition etc which was an imagination in the past has become a reality. Machines have reached a stage where they can actually see like a human. … Continue reading Deep visualization to understand neural networks better
When a biological feature of a user like Fingerprint, Face, Iris, etc is used to identify a user, it is known as biometric verification of the user. One of the important programs from the Indian Government where biometric verification is mandatory, is the Skill India program, where the Indian. Government provides monetary reward to every young … Continue reading Skill Sector innovations that promises to be a game changer
Research in recent face recognition technologies seem to suggest that it is challenging to fake the identity of the person even after a facial surgery (though, we find that hard to believe) because they make use of something called as ‘nodes’ (around 600 nodes for every face) of the facial structure, which these techniques … Continue reading Year 2015 For Face Recognition: 10 -Best Innovations & Implementations
In India, young people who will soon be entering the labor and manufacturing market, would constitute the largest segment of the demographic structure. In recent years India has rapidly expanded the capacity of educational institutions and enrolments but educational attainment remains low. While India has a well-institutionalized system of vocational training, it has not sufficiently prepared its youth with the skills that today’s industries require.
Thus, to speed its economic growth and take advantage of its “demographic dividend,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched four initiatives as a part of which over 40 crore people will be trained in various skills by 2022. As much as it is important to drive such initiatives, we must accept that the on-going techniques and implementations could be treacherous to track outcome oriented initiatives.
Over all, here are some of the challenges pertaining in skill development initiatives:
- Lack of common certification systems
- Lack of awareness and mentoring process due to poor…
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