The U.S. African American Redress Network, a collaboration between Howard University;s Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center and Columbia University;s Institute for the Study of Human Rights, was created as an urgent response to the discourse on reparations and social justice in the U.S.As police violence and structural racism continue to pose a grave threat to American society as seen in both the death of George Floyd and the coronavirus pandemic, which has disproportionately affected people of color, the Redress Network aims to better understand how communities are addressing historic racial transgressions. It also expects to increase awareness of redress efforts across different regions and fields such as activism, academia and policy making.
The Cyber amp; Jihad Lab monitors, tracks, translates, researches, and analyzes cyber jihad originating from the Middle East, Iran, South Asia, and North and West Africa. It innovates and experiments with possible solutions for stopping cyber jihad, advancing legislation and initiatives federally including with Capitol Hill and attorneys general and on the state level, to draft and enforce measures that will serve as precedents for further action. It works with leaders in business, law enforcement, academia, and families of terror victims to craft and support efforts and solutions to combat cyber jihad, and recruits, and works with technology industry leaders to craft and support efforts and solutions.What the Arab and Muslim world is saying about the coronavirus crisis "Bridging the Language Gap" MEMRI
The Cyber amp; Jihad Lab monitors, tracks, translates, researches, and analyzes cyber jihad originating from the Middle East, Iran, South Asia, and North and West Africa. It innovates and experiments with possible solutions for stopping cyber jihad, advancing legislation and initiatives federally including with Capitol Hill and attorneys general and on the state level, to draft and enforce measures that will serve as precedents for further action. It works with leaders in business, law enforcement, academia, and families of terror victims to craft and support efforts and solutions to combat cyber jihad, and recruits, and works with technology industry leaders to craft and support efforts and solutions. copy; 1998 2020, The Middle East Media Research Institute All Rights Reserved. Materials may only be cited with proper attribution
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Facebook Share to TwitterTwitterTwitter Share to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn Share to WhatsAppWhatsAppWhatsApp Share to Pinterest Pinterest Pinterest By AuthorTelanganaToday Srikant Gopal Published: 9th Dec 2019 12:40 amUpdated: 8th Dec 2019 3:16 pmThe allure of a foreign education continues to be a key driver for Indian students to go abroad to pursue educational opportunities. The overall economic and corporate success of the Indian diaspora has only bolstered the narrative of the middle class Indian making it big on foreign shores. A great education in one of the premier global institutions is seen as a stepping stone toward that end.Canada s vast and effective research ecosystem, high employment rate and strong industry academia linkages, which allow for a steady pipeline of industry ready professionals, make the country an important study abroad destination for Indian students. More importantly, its diverse culture and high standard of living ensure that Indians continue to flock to this country in droves for study, work and leisure.
It forms part of the government s drive to maintain the UK as a world leader in the latest technologies and emerging markets, through its modern Industrial Strategy.The Faraday Battery Challenge brings together world leading academia and businesses to accelerate the research needed to develop the latest electric car battery technologies a crucial part of the UK s move towards a net zero emissions economy.
Hike, India 's homegrown tech amp; internet start up, today announced its research collaboration with Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi (IIIT D). This collaboration is in line with the company 's goal to facilitate research collaboration with Indian universities and research institutions. The goal of the research collaboration initiative is to work with stakeholders and academia to help enable more deep rooted research in AI amp; ML in the country. As part of this initiative, Hike is looking to collaborate with Indian institutions to help boost the AI amp; ML ecosystem in India.Research and innovation is at the core of what Hike does. The company believes that multiple collaborations across academic disciplines can best leverage the bright minds of the country. Building on each other 's work also solves many fundamental challenges of the country. This first of its kind initiative by Hike is also aimed at enabling an ecosystem of research within the country that will help advance technological competence and know how in the field of AI amp; ML. This will include new age research led innovation in the field of Natural Language Processing (NLP), Speech, Link Prediction, Deep Learning and Computer Vision.
Homegrown mobile messaging platform Hike on Monday announced a collaboration with Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi (IIIT D) for developing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in the country. #xA0;
In 2019, Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachussetts began to resile from previous statements she had made about her Native American ancestry, a source of criticism that had been used against her since she first ran for the U.S. Senate in 2012.During that 2012 campaign, the Boston Globe revealed that Warren had listed herself as a member of a racial or ethnic minority in a directory of law professors between 1985 and 1996, after it emerged that Harvard Law School, where she taught from 1995 to 2011, had publicly described her as a Native American during her tenure there. (In 2018, dozens of Warren s colleagues over her decades as a law professor told the Globe that perceptions of her Native American ancestry had played no role in her rise through the ranks of legal academia.)
The Quantum Flagship initiative will launch in the historical site of the Hofburg in Vienna, and will combine institutional sessions in which the initiative will be presented, with networking and technical sessions. This will help network the different parties, including researchers from academia and industry, educators and decision makers.The kick off for the Quantum Flagship initiative is being live streamed here and will take place in Vienna today with the most relevant quantum physicists and technologists in Europe.
Avtar BhatJAMMU, Oct 11: What can be called a milestone in the history of Jammu and Kashmir or Northern region of the country, Central University of Jammu signed two Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs), one with Indian Space and Research Organisation (ISRO) for establishment of Satish Dhawan Centre for Space Sciences in University Campus at Raya near here and another with Centre for Space Instrument Organisation (CSIO). For ISRO, the MoU was signed by Secretary Department of Space and ISRO Chairman, Dr K Sivan and Registrar of CU while the MoU for CSIO was signed by Dr H S Sarddana, Director CSIR CSIO with Registrar CU in presence of Union Minister of State in PMO with Independent Charge of North Eastern States and MoS Department of Atomic Energy, Dr Jitendra Singh, former Chairman ISRO, Dr K Radhakrishan , Vice Chancellor CU, Ashok Aima, Chairman amp; CEO, JK Bank, Parvez Ahmed and Dr S Sardhana , Director CSR. Click here to watch video The MoU was signed at CU Campus during the inauguration of national workshop on Imagining of Future of Space Sciences amp; its Strategic Importance and laying the foundation of Satish Dhawan Centre for Space Science, which is first of its kind in North India. Dr Jitendra Singh, who was the special guest on the occasion, in his address, termed it a great day for Jammu when for the first time in the history of the State of J amp;K brilliant brains of world gathered together under one roof here. "It is a great day for Jammu and Central University that such genius people have gathered under one roof here ", he added. He said by touching Northern and North Eastern regions of country "I can say that ISRO has fully become Pan Indian now ". Maintaining that India is of global world, he said "if we have to live up to that level and if we want to become #8216;Vishwa Murti ' (world leader) we have to revolutionize our educational institutions ". He expressed the hope that Jammu will be able to use this Centre for the advantage and betterment of mankind. Dr Jitendra Singh said by making its outreach to the remotest parts of the country, the ISRO has fulfilled the dream of great scientists of the nation like Dr Vikram Sarabhai and Satish Dhawan, a son of the soil who later settled in Bangalore. He said Dr Sarabhai died young and he was succeeded by Dhawan who belonged to J amp;K. He regretted that there is no memorial on the name of this national hero in J amp;K. He regretted that Dhawan died unsung by Jammuites. But it is a great occasion for all of us that today we celebrate his legacy in Jammu, he added. The Union Minster, while recalling Dr Dhawan 's contribution in establishing space research in the country said his connection with space was "Chanda Mama Door Key ". Terming India 's Mars Mission a great success of former ISRO chairman, Dr Radhakrishan, Union Minister said Mars Mission is turning Rs 7 per km per minute which is much lesser than Auto Riksha fare and this entire mission is indigenous. "Lauding the role of ISRO scientists, he said the Chanderyan First Mission is already set and second is on the move. Dr Jitendra Singh said Neel Armstrong, the US Spaceman who went on Moon first said his one small step was huge step for mankind. Neel Armstrong went on Moon but could not see water there and he left it to Indian spacemen to explore that there is water on Moon, Dr Singh added. He said this is for the first time in the Indian history that Indian space research from nut bolt to finish was indigenous. "Though we started the space research 20 years after USA, UK, France and USSR but India has advanced so fast in the space research that today we launch their satellites and generate money for nation ", he added. Giving a full credit to Prime Minister, Narendra Modi for huge push to scientific programme especially space, Dr Jitendra Singh said it has been only in last three years that space technology entered every house hold in the country and credit for this goes to Modi Government. He, while complimenting J amp;K Bank Chairman, Parvez Ahmed said the outreach of the Bank to forge industry academia partnership for the development of the State, is a big leap for progress of J amp;K. In his address, Chairman ISRO, Dr K Sivan said it is a great moment for him to sign the MOU and laying of foundation stone for Satish Dhawan Centre for Space Sciences in JU. He said ISRO is not merely an activity but a great mission of serving the nation. He said the Space technology has been chosen by Dr Sarabhai to help the country and the benefits of this advance technology should reach to remote areas. This was actual vision of Dr Sarabhai, he added. Former Chairman, ISRO and Man behind India 's Mangalyan Mission, Dr K Radhakrishan said he is satisfied with his three years association with Central University, Jammu. He, while paying great tributes to legendary scientist, Dr Satish Dhawan said his (Dhawan 's) teacher had once said that Dr Dhawan has surpassed him in every field except his age. Chairman JK Bank, Parvez Ahmed congratulated CUJ for its commitment to excellence and assuming a pivotal role in Research and Development by forging strategic collaborations with stalwart organizations like the ISRO and bringing the students opportunities to learn form world renowned experts in subjects of advanced learning. I am feeling proud to learn about the establishment of Prof Satish DhawanCentre for Space Science in the CUJ. the first of its kind in Northern Region and this is a mile stone moment for J amp;K, " he added. He said "I must say that over the past few years, access to leading institutions such as IIT, IIM, AIIMS have been made available to our otherwise inaccessible State for which the entire State hails the efforts of son the soil, Dr Jitendra Singh who is tirelessly working towards shaping the destiny of the State towards progress and advancement ". Prof Ashok Aima, VC CUJ, in his welcome address, said it is a pleasure for him to have the Satish Dhawan Institute in the University and termed it a landmark occasion for all of us. He said CUJ was started in 2011 and highlighted the role of Maj Gen (retd) Goverdhan Singh Jamwal in getting the land acquired for the University. He assured the gathering that the CUJ will emerge as an institute of excellence in the country. He said the CUJ is second best after Rajasthan University. He said the new focus of University is Atal Centre for Good Governance the proposal for which is submitted to GoI and hundred bedded Hospital the proposal for which has been submitted to Ayush.
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) and the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute (IBRI), in collaboration with Indiana University School of Medicine, have created the Lilly Diabetes Center of Excellence (LDCE), which aims to establish a nexus of strategically aligned basic diabetes research operations in Indianapolis.The LDCE will recruit high potential and established principal investigators (PIs) who aim to pursue cutting edge research in diabetes, diabetic complications, and related metabolic disorders. The PIs will receive five year sponsored appointments at the IBRI, subsidized by Lilly, and faculty appointments at IU School of Medicine. Each appointed PI will pursue their area of research with full academic freedom. Lilly will provide opportunities for close collaborations, including access to drug discovery tools and expertise, to allow faculty to rapidly explore the translational potential of their research. The LDCE will also serve as a bridge between academia and industry by providing opportunities for interaction, training, and mentoring across the IBRI, Lilly, and IU School of Medicine.
According to the official statement, Park Jin Hyok worked with a team of hackers, also known as the Lazarus Group, to conduct multiple destructive cyber attacks around the world, resulting in damage to massive amounts of computer hardware, loss of data, money, and other resources.Those malicious activities attacks include the creation of a malware used in the 2017 WannaCry 2.0 global ransomware attack, theft of $81 million from Bangladesh Bank in 2016, attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment in 2014, and numerous other intrusions on the entertainment, financial services, defense, technology, virtual currency industries, academia, and electric utilities.
Ericsson has established a Centre of Excellence (CoE) and Innovation Lab for 5G in the country at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi. This first of its kind 5G innovation Lab, which has been set up by Ericsson for Indian industry and academia to leverage, was dedicated to the nation by the Hon 'ble Minister of State for Communications (I C) and Minister of State for Railways, Shri Manoj Sinha together with B ouml;rje Ekholm, President and CEO, Ericsson at the IIT Delhi today.Speaking on the occasion, Shri Manoj Sinha, said: ”I would like to congratulate Ericsson for taking the lead in terms of setting up the first 5G Center of Excellence and Innovation Lab in the country. The 5G Center of Excellence supports the Government 's plans to foster a robust and vibrant 5G ecosystem in India. We want India to be an active participant in the design, development and manufacturing of 5G based technologies, products and apps.
Ericsson has announced the launch of a 5G innovation lab in India, with the Swedish networking giant saying it will encourage collaboration on 5G technologies and applications between telecommunications carriers, industry, startups, and academia.
With today;s Senate confirmation of Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R Oklahoma), NASA welcomes a leader who brings with him a well honed strategic vision and the backing of Vice President Pence and the National Space Council, giving him the ability and tools to effectively lead the agency. The space community is an expansive body of interested parties, one comprised of thousands of government employees in NASA centers around the country, a multitude of businesses with or hoping to have a commercial interest in a robust, expansive national space program, as well as academia, the nation;s classrooms and our international partners. All these groups feel pride and accomplishment in NASA;s journey, and they yearn for more. The Senate;s confirmation of NASA;s 12th Administrator, though it;s been controversial and long delayed, holds much promise and should be welcomed.
India, along with the world, has planned for a 5G rollout by the year 2020. Sundararajan called upon industry, academia and startups to do their bit to help India become a ;frontrunner; in the 5th generation wireless system which enables higher speed mobile broadband, mission critical services and massive Internet of Things (IoT) deployment. The 5G technology evolution is expected to enable new services, connecting new industries, various forms of devices, and empower new user experiences, to support expanded connectivity needs for the next decade and beyond. We will soon see a transformation in the way we live due to 5G and I am glad that India is at the forefront of this change, she said, while speaking at the #8216;Catalysing 5G in India ' event organised here by the Cellular Operators Association of India.