Author: Editorial Team

Elon Musk thinks ChatGPT is too focused on specific ideas, which could be problematic. He also mentioned Google Gemini as a concern. Musk worries that these advanced AI systems might have ideas that could harm society. He talked about it on X while replying to a user discussing a TED talk by NPR’s CEO, Katherine Maher.  Musk believes that if these ideas are programmed into powerful AI, it could be really bad for humanity. He mentioned this while responding to a post by a professor named Gaad Saad. Saad was talking about Maher’s speech, in which she said that truth…

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The Enforcement Directorate (ED) declared on Thursday that it has provisionally attached Raj Kundra’s immovable and movable assets, collectively valued at ₹97.79 crore, under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). These assets were linked to the Bitcoin investment fraud case. ED Seizes Raj Kundra’s Assets, including a residential flat in Mumbai’s prestigious Juhu area currently registered under Shilpa Shetty’s name. Additionally, a residential bungalow located in Pune and equity shares owned by Kundra are included in the attachment. ED Seizes Raj Kundra’s Assets in Bitcoin Investment Fraud Case The Enforcement Directorate (ED) initiated an investigation based on multiple First…

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Nestlé, the world’s largest consumer goods company, has faced criticism after an investigation by Public Eye. A Swiss investigative organization revealed that Nestle adds sugar to baby food and honey to baby milk and cereal products in several countries, including India. This practice goes against international guidelines aimed at preventing obesity and chronic diseases. However, the violations were reportedly found only in Asian, African, and Latin American countries. In particular, Nestlé India was found to have included sugar and honey in its Nestle baby formula and cereal products like Cerelac, as reported by The Guardian. In response to these concerns,…

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Former Unacademy COO Vivek Sinha has launched Beyond Odds Technologies with $11 million in seed funding. Matrix Partners India and Lightspeed led the seed funding. InnoVen Capital and Alteria Capital also joined the round. Notable angel investors include individuals like Ritesh Agarwal of OYO, Gaurav Munjal of Unacademy, Mayank Kumar of Upgrad, Ramakant Sharma of Livspace, Abhishek Goyal of Tracxn, Rohit MA of CloudNine Hospitals, Sumer Juneja of Softbank, and Puneet Kumar of Steadview Capital. Beyond Odds Technologies, based in Bengaluru, provides training, certification, and recruitment services for the grey-collar workforce. Essentially, it helps connect employers with suitable talent among students.…

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Dr. B.S. Ajaikumar, Doctorpreneur and the founder and executive chairman of HealthCare Global Enterprises Ltd (HCG), recently announced the launch of Inviga Healthcare Fund (IHF) in Bangalore, India. Ajay Garg, the Founder and Managing Director of Equirus Capital, co-founded this private equity fund. It is dedicated to improving healthcare accessibility, affordability, and quality across India. With an initial close of $20 million, IHF aims to support healthcare entrepreneurs and foster positive change throughout the Indian healthcare system. The fund strongly focuses on supporting healthcare startups in India. It encourages innovation, improves medical standards, and ensures good results. Overall, it intends…

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The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is rolling out new rules for companies that manage point-of-sale (POS) payments. These companies facilitate card swipes or phone payments at stores, making cashless transactions easy. RBI aims to ensure fairness and security in its operations. After issuing guidelines for online payment aggregators such as Razorpay and Cashfree, RBI has now released draft rules to regulate point-of-sale payment service providers (PA-P). This move brings companies like Innoviti Payments, Pine Labs, and MSwipe under regulatory scrutiny. In essence, these draft rules signify that companies facilitating point-of-sale payments will now operate under RBI’s oversight to maintain…

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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is visiting India on April 22 for the first time ever. He’s planning to meet with some of India’s space technology startups. These startups, like Skyroot Aerospace, Dhruva Space, Piersight, and Digantara, were invited by the government to have discussions with Musk in New Delhi. The government invited these startups after visiting SpaceX’s US facilities. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk to Meet Spacetech Startups While the exact details of the meeting haven’t been announced yet, Musk is expected to talk to the Spacetech Startups to learn about their projects. The startups will get to show Musk the…

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Today, Yoga guru Ramdev and his partner Balkrishna appeared in the Supreme Court because of a contempt case against their company, Patanjali Ayurved. The court was upset because of Patanjali’s Misleading ads, especially those claiming to cure COVID-19, which they discussed during the previous hearing. They also criticized the Uttarakhand government for not taking action against Patanjali. During the hearing, Justices Hima Kohli and A Amanullah acknowledged Ramdev and Balkrishna’s contributions to yoga but still insisted on a public apology. Ramdev clarified that he never intended to disrespect the court. The Supreme Court granted them a week to issue the public…

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Apple is in serious talks with two Indian companies, Murugappa Group and Titan Company, owned by Tata Group, to put together parts for iPhone cameras. This includes the possibility of Titan and murugappa group to make iphone camera making these parts right here in India. According to insiders, the camera module is a tough nut for Apple to crack in India at the moment.  Titan, known for its precision in making components for watches and jewelry, could play a crucial role in this venture. Meanwhile, Murugappa Group, based in Chennai, has been around for over a century and is involved…

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BharatPe, a fintech firm, announced on Tuesday that Nalin Negi, who was serving as interim CEO and chief financial officer, has been promoted to full-time CEO. Negi took over as interim CEO in January 2023 after the former CEO, Suhail Sameer steps down. Rajnish Kumar, Chairman of the board at BharatPe, expressed confidence in Negi, citing his extensive experience in the fintech industry and the company’s growth under his leadership. Negi’s appointment as CEO comes after 15 months of successfully leading the company in an interim capacity. The move signals stability and confidence in BharatPe’s leadership. Nalin Negi Becomes BharatPe’s…

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